BEST: Fully subsidised Integrated Catchment Management Training
Eligible professionals working in the built environment in Wales have the opportunity to attend free training in managing natural resources using Integrated Catchment Management (ICM).
13th March 2015
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The course will equip participants with a comprehensive understanding of the design, planning and engagement activities required for effective implementation of ICM approaches. Participants will leave with a toolkit of techniques to enable them to work in line with the emerging Welsh Government water strategy as well as deliver ICM solutions in their day to day role.
The courses will deliver 20 learning hours over a 5 week period in March/April with a mixture of webinars, ﬂexible e-learning and a workshop (venues in north, south-east and south-west Wales). There are three courses in the first phase. Webinar 1 will be available from 2nd March and Webinar 2 from the 9th March. The associated workshops are on 16th March (south east Wales) 17th March (south west Wales) and 19th March (north Wales). There is then a further webinar and then the course assessment. Successful completion of the course will lead to CQFW Level 4 accreditation.
To be eligible you must:
- Live or work in Wales’ Convergence Area
- Be employed, self-employed or in full time education
- Work in the built environment or allied services
- NOT work for a public sector organisation
If you are interested but ineligible you can register your interest here.