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 *** The application deadline for this course has now passed – sign up to be the first to hear when the next Project Design and Impact course from the Tropical Biology Association is open for registration: **

Course Dates: 19 April – 27 May 2022

Location: Online

Application Deadline: Monday 18 May 2022

Do you want to develop skills that stand you apart from others and help you take the next step to your career-defining role in conservation and the environmental sector?

Then the Tropical Biology Association’s course on Project Design and Impact is for you.

The need for robust conservation projects has never been more acute as we confront the global climate emergency and biodiversity crisis, yet these skills aren’t taught as part of degree programmes – so TBA’s expert tutors have put together this specialist 6-week course to support you on your journey.

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What makes the course special?

With small workshop numbers, dynamic learning, and interactive sessions, you will benefit from an online education environment that fosters in-depth discussion and valuable feedback.

Expert tutors, Dr Rosie Trevelyan and Anthony Kuria, will draw on the inspiration and challenges associated with many years of designing, delivering and monitoring successful and impactful projects and will leave no student’s question unanswered.

What will I learn?

During the course you will discover tools and approaches that you can apply to your own project, while gaining real-life examples of best practice and common pitfalls to avoid.

Split into three modules, the course will provide you with a complete toolkit for project success: from planning for impact, to measuring effectiveness, and onto logframes, monitoring and evaluation.

How do I sign up?

To secure your place on this 6-week online course, simply register here: The cost to attend is £360, with fees being reinvested back into the charity to boost training opportunities across Africa.

Applications are on a first-come, first-served basis and spaces are limited to 30 students – so you will want to hurry!

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