Quality Seal Emagister EMAGISTER CUM LAUDE

Wildlife Management

ADL - Academy for Distance Learning
Distancia
  • ADL - Academy for Distance Learning

£ 340 - (Rs 28,533)
+ VAT

Despite the fact that I had a reasonable information of Bushcraft some time recently, the course has broadened my insight furthermore made me take a gander at things from an expert view in Bushcraft. I delighted in doing the assignments in particular ...

Jade M.
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Important information

  • Vocational qualification
  • Distance learning
  • When:
    Flexible
Description

Join our many graduates who enrolled in this most popular course and gone onto to being Wildlife Managers!

This course establishes sound Wildlife Management skills, practices, and knowledge. More importantly, the course will help you develop problem-solving skills that are respected by employers but, not often found by other graduates on competency based courses.

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Important information
What are the course objectives?

Develop a concept of how man manages wildlife populations in different situations around the world.
Understand and discuss the principles of wildlife ecology.
Understand wildlife habitats and their importance to managing wildlife.
Explain how populations of any one species change and adapt to variations in their environment.
Understand carrying capacity and its importance in managing wildlife populations.
Explain a range of different methods used to determine the number of individuals in a wildlife population.
Discuss a range of different wildlife management techniques.
To understand the potentials and limitations of legal and administrative initiatives, in the pursuance of more effective wildlife management.
Examine a specific wildlife management case of interest to the student.

Is this course for me?

There are many opportunities for Wildlife Managers in the public or the private sector industries. Governments usually provide the largest employment opportunities in this field of work. In recent years however, there has been an increase in private agencies. Employers may include the following but not necessary limited to this list:

• Sanctuaries or reserves where animals are of prime concern
• Organisations whose specialise in Conservation
• Companies who undertake land reclamation
• Government agencies such as municipals, local councils and national governments
• Consulting firms either private or government

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Where and when

Starts Location
Flexible
Distance Learning

Opinions

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Jade M.
04/08/2015
What I would highlight Despite the fact that I had a reasonable information of Bushcraft some time recently, the course has broadened my insight furthermore made me take a gander at things from an expert view in Bushcraft. I delighted in doing the assignments in particular and learnt a great deal from them. My coach was Katie Freeth. I am extremely satisfied with my evaluations and input I got. At whatever point I messaged info@adl they generally messaged back cordially and quickly particularly when passing on my video and picture messages to my guide. I adored doing my course and particularly need to bring another course with ADL.

What could be improved Nothing bad.

Course taken: August 2015 | Would you recommend this centre?
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Cyndi M.
10/05/2016
What I would highlight I have delighted in this course and it has helped me immensely and I would surely prescribe this school to anybody.

What could be improved N/A.

Course taken: May 2016 | Would you recommend this centre?
A
Andrew
14/09/2016
What I would highlight I got great input, and had a productive turnaround of assignments, helpful remarks and grades to peruse.

What could be improved Everything OK.

Course taken: September 2016 | Would you recommend this centre?

What you'll learn on the course

Decision Making
Biology
Ecology
Biodiversity
Landscape Architecture
Animal Biology
Wildlife Photography
Web
Food safety
Wildlife Safari
Wildlife and protected area management
Wildlife
Ecosystem
Wildlife Management
Habitat Diversity

Course programme

Lesson Structure: Wildlife Management BEN205

There are 9 lessons:
  • Introduction to Wildlife Management
  • What is Wildlife Management
  • Approaches to Wildlife Management (Preservation, Conservation, Management)
  • Purpose of Wildlife Management
  • Goals
  • Decision Making (Who makes decisions, Making good decisions)
  • Needs of Wildlife
  • What’s a Good Habitat
  • Limiting factor
  • Carrying capacity
  • Landscape Fragmentation
  • Habitat Diversity
  • Arrangement
  • Biological Control
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Wildlife Ecology
  • Ecology (Mutualism, Commensalisms, Competition, Predation, parasitism, herbivoury)
  • Behavioural Ecology
  • Population Ecology
  • Community Ecology
  • Ecosystem Ecology
  • Interactions within a Community
  • Competition
  • Predation
  • Parasitism
  • Commensalism
  • Mutualism
  • The Food Web (Derital Web,
  • Grazing Web, Trophic Levels)
  • Energy Flow
  • Imbalances
  • Wildlife Habitats
  • Introduction
  • Classification of Habitats
  • Biomes, Ecosystems, Microclimates
  • Timbered Biomes (Boreal Forest/ Taiga, Temperate Forest, Tropical Forest, Woodland)
  • Scrubland
  • Tropical Savannah
  • Temperate Grassland
  • Artic Tundra
  • Alpine
  • Grasshoppers
  • Case Studies of different animals in different countries
  • Carrying Capacity
  • Introduction
  • Exponential Population Growth
  • What is Carrying Capacity
  • Fisheries stock management (stock Identification, assessment, biomass)
  • Stock Management Methods
  • Wildlife Censuses
  • Introduction and census types
  • Total Counts
  • Sampling (Simple Random, Stratified Random, Systemic, Two Stage, Double sampling)
  • Sources of Legislation
  • Environmental Ethics
  • Enforcement
  • Wildlife Management Case Study Research Project
  • Problem Based Learning Project with following aims:







Additional information

Ecology, Environment Sustainability, Conservation
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