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Acorn Ecology Courses 2019

Our training courses for this year are up and ready to book!

We’re back with our range of trusted courses to help you move forward with your career in Ecology.

Our first courses of the year are our Advanced Courses, suitable for those already working in ecology. We offer Bats and Development, Badgers and Development and Dormice and Development. These courses are run without field visits. Instead, they focus on case studies and licensing.

Bat sound analysis courses return in March, with workshops on using Analook. We run two days, an Introduction to Bat Sound Analysis using Analook, and Bat Survey Data: Analysis and Presentation. Sound Analysis is a great skill to acquire for a Trainee or Assistant Ecologist. You can find out more in our blog: Bat Sound Analysis.

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By the end of March, spring should be in the air and our field courses are ready to take off. We have a range of courses, covering phase 1 Habitat Surveys, Preliminary Ecological Appraisal, Bats, Dormice, Reptiles, Botany and more!

Have a look at our Introductory Courses page for details of all our courses.

Looking for something more comprehensive? 2019 is our 10th year of running our Certificate in Ecological Consultancy Course. This 9 month course will take you through numerous aspects of Ecological Consultancy and is a great way to get your career off to a flying start. Read more about the course HERE.

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If you have any questions about our courses, please get in touch on training@acornecology.co.uk or give Head Office a call on 01392 366512.

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Acorn Ecology Training

Acorn Ecology is one of the top providers of ecological consultancy courses in the UK. We provide ecology courses and field training for new graduates, career changers, experienced ecologists, developers, architects and conservationists wishing to work in consultancy.