£300 + VAT (£360) full CIRIA member/SMEs/Local Authority member
£350 + VAT (£420) Non members
The fees above cover both trainer led live online sessions delivered via Zoom.
Notice for new bookings from EU/EEA customers only.
CIRIA is currently unable to directly process your transaction if you are purchasing from the EU/EEA region. If you wish to book this training course please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.
7-8 October 2021 - 9.15 - 12.45 daily.
Delegates must complete both sessions to gain 6 hours of CPD in total.
Delegates are advised to login 15 mins before each session. Joining instructions and delegate packs (pdfs) will be issued in advance of the course.
Most proposed developments will have some wildlife interest, whether they are situated in rural or urban areas. The most important wildlife sites are usually designated in some way and other sites may still have wildlife interest but are not designated or otherwise protected. In general, wherever there is some wildlife on a site, this should at least be acknowledged and the potential adverse impacts on it avoided if possible, or reduced to a minimum if not.
Who should attend?
Site managers, environmental managers and anyone concerned with managing wildlife on site.
Why should you attend?
- To understand reasons for conserving wildlife, the legislative requirements, and what surveys may be necessary.
- To increase your understanding of wildlife and the interface with development and construction projects.
- To understand some of the wider commercial benefits of adopting a proactive approach to dealing with wildlife and biodiversity.
- Obtain CPD accreditation.
This course has a value of 6 hours towards your CPD. Certificates will be sent to delegates following completion.
- background to ecology and construction
- wildlife and development
- legal aspects
- ecological surveys
- sustainable development
- taking the proactive approach
If you are unable to book online, please complete a booking form and return by email to Sarah Macpherson.
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Tel: 020 7549 3300
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