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25G01444 Part 1 Introduction to Wildlife Care

Course description

If you have a love for our native wildlife and would like to become involved in their care, or would like to know the right thing to do when you come across an injured animal needing help, then this course will provide the basic information you need.

The course explores what is involved in becoming a volunteer wildlife rehabilitator, from the regulations governing rescue and shelter operation to what it takes to care for injured wildlife. You will also learn about basic rescue and transport techniques for any injured animals you may come across in your day to day life

Students are required to complete part 1 25G01444 Introduction to Wildlife Care before they can enrol in part 2: SCNAW01829 Wildlife Rescue and First Aid Techniques.

If you are interested in learning more about how you can help injured wildlife that you might discover during your travels, or what you pet ‘finds’ for you in your backyard, then this continuation course offers the chance to develop your skills further.

This course will expand your existing rescue techniques, and includes basic assessment and first aid procedures that can be utilised in the field. 

A statement of participation is issued upon the completion of the course.

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Course sessions

Start Date End Date Start Time End Time Location Classes Seats Left Fees
Monday 17/06/2024 Monday 24/06/2024 6.00pm 9.00pm Zoom 2 Classes via Zoom 19 Cost (inc. GST):AUD$ 195.00 Book Now

Date published: 23/01/2024 10:06:59 AM