Conservation Education evaluation course

Tutors: Andrew Moss, Lead Conservation Scientist, Chester Zoo; Greg Counsell, Conservation Scientist, Chester Zoo; Liz Webb, Conservation Training Academy Manager, Chester Zoo; Lucy Settle, Chester Zoo

Aimed at: Zoo professionals interested in developing social research skills

Language taught in: English

Taught hours: 12 hours

Extra hours for study etc: 2 hours

Cost: EAZA/BIAZA members: €175     Non-members: €220

Minimum group size: 6

Dates: 7 May 2021 & 28 May 2021

Delivery Method: Live virtual course

Course Aim(s):

This two day course aims to equip people with knowledge and skills to evaluate conservation education in line with the EAZA Conservation Education Standards (particularly standards 17-19) and the WAZA Conservation Education Strategy. This is an introductory course introducing the key concepts and importance of evaluation in conservation education, how to design evaluation projects and interpret and apply the results.

Additional information:

The course will be hosted via Zoom, so participants will need a device with a reliable internet connection and preferably a camera. Participants should also have access to Microsoft Excel or related data analysis software.

Participants are expected to attend both days of this two day course. The interim period is intended to allow participants time to engage in self-reflection and consider how to integrate their learning into their daily practice.

Come prepared with examples of either previous projects or future plans for conservation education programmes.

You will receive a confirmation message with invoicing information after you successfully submit your application.

If you have any questions, or problems submitting an application, please contact laura.myers@eaza.net.

 

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