After the success of the bats training courses last year the LTOA has set up another basic training course about bats and woodland run by Sue Morgan of Anglian Ecology and the David Mitchell of the Woodgate Partnership in North London on Friday 31 March 2017.  We have a few places left on this training course.

The CPD training will take place in a local pub near Cherry Tree Wood, East Finchley from 9am to 4pm for £135 excluding VAT per person on 31 March 2017 including lunch and refreshments. The nearest tube station is East Finchley on the Northern Line and the pub is right near the station.

You will receive a certificate of attendance signed by the trainers describing the level of knowledge attained on the course.

About the trainers

David Mitchell Dip. Arb. RFS, F. Arbor. A. (rtd) of Woodgate Partnership has 25 years experience in local authority arboriculture and practical woodland management. He also holds a Natural England Licence for bats.
Woodgate Partnership offers educational courses, at its own eight ha County Wildlife Site woodland and beyond, integrating care and understanding of protected species with tree and woodland management.

Sue Morgan CEcol, MCIEEM is a Chartered ecologist with over 18 years experience in the field.
She holds Natural England Licences for surveying several protected species, including bats and newts.
Sue runs Anglian Ecology, her own ecological consultancy based in East Anglia. Clients include The National Trust, Natural England and the Church of England as well as many private organisations and individuals.
Sue is a full member of the Chartered Institute for Ecology and Environmental Management and a past Convenor for its East of England section.

A copy of the schedule of the day is here

If you would like to attend this course please contact Becky Porter on 07771 976238 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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