Impact Assessment day
Location: Peil Wyke, Bassenthwaite Lake, Cockermouth, Cumbria CA13 9YG
Deer Impact Surveys can be used to measure the levels of impact that deer have on woodland and monitor how this changes over time. On this course you will learn the theory of how we can apply the survey then your will go into the woods and undertake a practical survey.
Persons eligible to receive RDPE funded training are adults (18 years and over) or, if 16 and 17 years old, not in full time education, who are working in forestry management, including sole traders, partners, owners, deer stalkers, supervisors and staff. In the Forestry Sector trainees must be engaged in a business organisation or social enterprise which is dependent on woodland or utilises woodland or forestry products.
Apprentices are eligible to benefit from RDPE funded training that is additional to their apprenticeship training courses. Secondary processing, wholesaling and retailing of woodland and forestry products are ineligible.
Beneficiaries must self-declare that they meet the above criteria, and are therefore eligible to receive RDPE funded training, by signing the RDPE Skills Framework Trainee Enrolment and Declaration Form having ticked the appropriate box against this statement included on the form.
Please contact Jamie on 01539 822439 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
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