£699 per course
Our Marine Conservation Diploma Course consists of 6 theory modules and covers the ocean as a habitat, the evolution and marine life adaptation, fisheries and sustainable fishing, ocean pollution and the impact of global climate change, the impact of non-native species and government policy and legislation.
This Marine Conservation course has been designed for those interested in marine conservation and for those wanting to volunteer or follow a career in this field.
Marine Conservation is the study of conserving physical and biological marine resources and ecosystem functions.
Marine conservationists rely on a combination of scientific principles derived from marine biology, oceanography and fisheries science, as well as on human factors such as demand for marine resources and marine law, economics and policy in order to determine how to best protect and conserve marine species and ecosystems.
Anyone 18 or over and studying our Marine Conservation Diploma Course is eligible for ZSL (Zoological Society of London) Fellowship.
Continued Professional Development: The theory aspect of this course counts for 72 hours CPD.
This Marine Conservation course consists of 6 theory modules studied online from home with full tutor support.
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