Course for Nature Guides focused on the Western Ghats
This basic-level Online Course is meant for those interested in nature and in exploring a career as a Nature Guide. The role of a Nature Guide is to conduct informative, ethical, and enjoyable nature excursions for interested people and groups. This Online Course is spread over 31 days (in 10 Learning Sets) and covers topics on Natural History with a special focus on the Western Ghats region and Basic Guiding skills. The course assignments are geared to encourage the participants to explore and learn about the plants and animals in their neighborhoods and develop specific guiding skills. There will be a maximum of 12 participants. Those who attend all live sessions and complete the course requirements will be given a certificate of course completion by NCF.
Course schedule and application
Video introduction to Online Nature Guide Training Course
Course fee and registration
The course is free. However, selected candidates will have to pay Rs. 500 towards study material that will be provided during the course.
For any questions you can reach us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course is developed as part of the nature education, awareness building, and outreach efforts of the Anamalai Rainforest Restoration Project in the Western Ghats program of the Nature Conservation Foundation.
Rohit Varma and Anirudh Umapathy, Nature inFocus, Bengaluru
Advice, Ideas, Content
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