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PostSubject: Work based environmental conservation traineeship   Sun May 03, 2015 10:16 pm

From Helen Wallis, London Wildlife Trust:
Dear Community Partner,

London Wildlife Trust is now recruiting for Wild Talent, our work based, full time, environmental conservation traineeship.

We are looking for practical people who have a passion for wildlife but lack higher qualifications and would like to find employment in the conservation sector.  They must be reasonably literate, numerate and able to use computers as the course requires a written portfolio.  If you have any keen volunteers who fit this criteria, please encourage them to apply for the role. We are recruiting 7 conservation trainees this year - three based in south and west London respectively and one based in Hackney.  

Trainees will gain a Level 2 work-based Diploma in Environmental Conservation.  They must commit to full time training for a year, for which they will receive £13,200, paid in instalments.  The course would suit hard working people who have the potential to undertake practical habitat management such as felling trees or mowing meadows, habitat surveying and community engagement e.g. leading conservation volunteers or environmental educations sessions for schools.  

For more information, please see the following link: http://www.wildlondon.org.uk/wildtalent
Role specification and application here: http://www.wildlondon.org.uk/wild-talent-15-16

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