Online course: Leadership in Environmental Education and Conservation
30 August 2023
Public Engagement - training
The University of Nottingham Malaysia offers this 8 week course that will help you get to grips with community engagement, effective education, and conservation tactics.
The University of Nottingham Malaysia has launched a new online course, "Leadership in Environmental Education and Conservation."
Tailored to researchers and professionals in the field, this program is designed to equip participants with the essential skills and knowledge to drive meaningful change in conservation and education.
Spanning eight weeks from late September to mid-November, the course offers a flexible learning structure, combining asynchronous sessions with live Saturday sessions (1500-1800 Malaysian time).
Through a balanced blend of theoretical exploration and practical application, participants will grasp effective community engagement, educational program creation, and successful conservation strategies.
Upon successful completion, participants will receive a certificate endorsed by the Vice Provost in Teaching and Learning at the University of Nottingham Malaysia.
Additionally, leaders looking to enrol a team can benefit from discounted packages, fostering collective growth and impact.
- 1-person (10% discount for early bird, 3816 MYR or 821 USD per person)
- 2-3 persons (13% discount; 3688 MYR or 794 USD per person)
- >4-persons (15% discount; 3600 MYR or 775 USD per person)
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