Learn about Wildlife Management with this course.
During this course you will:
- Research a given pest species of wildlife and on endangered or threatened species of native wildlife and find out what happened to make these animals pests or endangered.
- Visit a natural area in your locality and observe the organisms in the area and their interactions with each other and the environment.
- Explain what trophic levels are and how energy flows between them.
- Define habitat, biome, vegetation formation and feeding radius.
- Identify a predator-prey relationship between two species in a local ecosystem and make predictions about changes to this relationship.
- Draw up a table that lists the advantages and disadvantages of allowing hunting to proceed in game parks where the animals being hunted are native to the area.
- Prepare a report on a population of animals surveyed during the course.
There are 9 lessons and assessments to complete in this course:
Lesson 1- Introduction to Wildlife Management
Lesson 2- Wildlife Ecology
Lesson 3- Wildlife Habitats
Lesson 4- Population Dynamics
Lesson 5- Carrying Capacity
Lesson 6- Wildlife Censuses
Lesson 7- Wildlife Management Techniques
Lesson 8- Wildlife Management Law and Administration
Lesson 9- Wildlife Management Case Study Research Project
There are no general entry requirements for this course, just your drive, motivation, and passion for the industry. You may enrol into this course at any time and begin studying shortly after enrolment.
Duration study load
We allow up to 12 months to complete this course, although your actual completion time may be less depending on prior experience and the time you commit to your study. Approx 100 hours.
GROW Training Group offers a range of payment plans to suit any budget.
Course fees include course delivery and assessment, study materials and dedicated student support services.
On completion of this course, a Statement of Attainment in Wildlife Management will be issued.