Great Crested Newts, Licensing and Mitigation

This course has been designed for those ecologists with knowledge and experience of great crested newt survey techniques and limited experience of licensing and mitigation projects. It will include case-study, syndicate exercises, site visits and demonstration techniques to help participants understand license application and mitigation projects.

Jim Fairclough is Principal Ecologist with BSG Ecology, specialising in applied ecology with a particular interest in freshwater habitats. Over the past fifteen years, Jim has been directly involved in great crested newt mitigation projects at a diverse range of sites across England and Wales. His main responsibility has been for licence applications and subsequent management of great crested newt mitigation projects in the field.  Jim has provided training on great crested newt survey and mitigation for over 15 years. David Orchard is the County Recorder for amphibians and reptiles in Lancashire and coordinates the Lancashire Amphibian and Reptile Atlas project. He has carried out great crested newt surveys across England on a consultancy basis and has been involved with great crested newt survey training since 2006. David has also played a leading role in the establishment of an online recording system for amphibians and reptiles in the UK.

How to Apply

Please book online via www.field-studies-council.org or contact the Centre by phone on 020 85028500 or email enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org

Please mention ConservationJobs.co.uk when enrolling in this Course!

Key Information

Start date:

3rd December 2019 at 2:00am

Cost:

From £380

Organisation:

Field Studies Council and ARC

Type:

Short

Sectors:

Ecology

Location:

Preston Montford, Shropshire, United Kingdom

Course Location Map

Course Location Map View a larger map