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Career Ecologists Online Conference

FREE ONLINE WILDLIFE CAREER WORKSHOP 

In this online workshop, the Wildlifetek Team are here to help you move forwards in your wildlife career. We will be sharing our knowledge and experience from our wildlife careers across a range of sectors and species.

Monday 11th - Sunday 17th January 2021.

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Is this for you?

  • Are you a student, early career wildlife professional or career switcher?
  • Are you struggling to get to where you really want to be in your wildlife career?
  • Would like help to move forwards?

If you answered YES to these, the Wildlife Career Workshop is for you!

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What's included:

  • Daily Video Training Sessions
  • Live Q&A Session on Sunday 17th January 2021

P.S. Don't worry if you can't make the live session, you'll be able to catch up later (for a limited time).

Who are we?

Wildlifetek help wildlife students and professionals to gain the knowledge and skills they need for their wildlife careers. We are on a mission to help you to better understand and conserve wildlife.

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Adam Yaney-Keller

Adam has worked over the past decade on wildlife conservation projects in the U.S., Latin America, the Mediterranean and Africa. 

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Dr Kayleigh Fawcett Williams

Kayleigh is the Founder of Wildlifetek. Kayleigh has spent the past 17 years working with wildlife around the world.  Kayleigh now helps wildlife students & professionals to gain the knowledge & skills they need to better understand and protect wildlife.

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Dr Priscillia Miard

Priscillia is a Primate Conservation specialist and is founder and lead researcher of Night Spotting Project, an outreach platform from the Malaysian Primatological Society.

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Aimee Darias-O'Hara

Aimee is a marine mammal scientist interested in the behavioural implications of anthropogenic disturbances and social bonding in young animals. 

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Line Faber Johannesen

Line is a Marine Biologist working on the population genetics of sharks at the University of Copenhagen. Line is working on some exciting wildlife conservation projects.

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Virginia Pelayo

Virginia is a passionate biologist and ethologist (animal behaviourist) focused on wild cats. Originally from Spain, she moved to Costa Rica in 2017, where she is currently working.

FAQs

These are a few of the questions we've been asked about this workshop. If you have further questions, please get in touch with us here.

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How much time do I need to set aside?

Allow 1-2 hours per day (at a time to suit you).

Like all of our online events, courses & workshops, we've designed this workshop to be flexible, no matter where in the world you are or what your schedule.

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What time are the sessions?

Video sessions are released daily at 09:00 GMT and can be watched at a time to suit you. We are also running daily live Q&A sessions for a range of time zones & these will be announced to those who have registered shortly.

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What are the sessions about?

Each day, a member of the Wildlifetek Team will teach a session based on their experiences to help you in your wildlife career.
We come from a range of wildlife career backgrounds including research, conservation, rehabilitation & consulting.

Sign up!

This is a free online workshop, but places are strictly limited. Apply for your place today.

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