Wild Animals Management Diploma
- Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
- Tutor is available to students
With population of human and animals increasing, there is improvement in the interactions of man and animals. The result of these interactions is the management of wild animals by qualified wildlife managers. Wildlife management is the manipulation of wild animal populations and their habitats for the benefit of both humans and wildlife.
Learn how to manage Wildlife animals in any global setting with Times Business School Diploma in Wild Animals Management. This diploma course specialises in teaching participants about the health and well-being of wildlife and their natural habitats. It is designed especially for individuals who has an interest in wildlife and ecology, while still developing skills to care for, handle and manage a variety of wild animals. The diploma course is designed for individuals who want to further their skills within areas of wild animal management, to work as a member of a team providing care and management of, wild animals, and to provide support for senior management or junior workers in a captive wildlife animal environment.
This Diploma will provide participants with a broad-based understanding to wildlife management that will be applied to all types of wildlife around the world. This Diploma aims to offer learners the necessary skills to determine and consider ways in which wildlife and its environment will be protected. This course also covers a wide range of wildlife topics with a focus on wildlife management, wild animal behavior, wildlife health, wildlife ecology and conservation, and so many more.
At the end of this diploma course, you will be awarded with a Wild Animals Management Diploma, and will also be able to:
- Develop effective management plans for wild animals and Control nuisance animals.
- Provide guidance regarding the creation of laws related to wild animals.
- Preserve the habitat and food supply of wild animals who are threatened by human development activities.
- Ensure that hunting is conducted in the healthiest way for the hunted animal's population.
- Manage and deal with sick, hurt or aggressive wild animals.
- Provide assistance and information to the public concerning wildlife and its interaction with human populations and development.
- Enforce the necessary rules and regulations in any area to make sure that people do not endanger local wildlife.
- Monitor, identify, perform, supervise the enclosure and construction of wildlife facilities and maintenance needs, and assist in planning and developing of future wildlife operation programs.
Students need to be 18+ to enrol on this course.
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