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Training, education, advocacy

Ca juv04 - CopyWe have an enviable record for training and education delivery in the public, private and third sectors; as well as pedagogical experience in higher education. Our clients have included ecological consultancies, national NGOs, and volunteer groups. Our staff have designed and led national and county-based training schemes.

Our staff have devised and delivered a diverse range of training courses, including NARRS amphibian and reptile courses for survey volunteers, molluscan identification for undergraduates, and bespoke courses for professional ecologists.

We are able to tailor and deliver courses for clients anywhere. We aim to provide participants with skills that they will retain, and that will contribute towards professional goals such as attaining EPS survey licences.

Our Director & Principal Ecologist Chris Gleed-Owen represents professional body CIEEM in a working group, is Chair of the British Herpetological Society, and is a nationally-recognised expert in herpetofauna ecology and conservation.

 

"We applied to build a barn to be sited on an arable field.  The council asked for a biodiversity appraisal, and placed a short deadline for receipt. We engaged Dr Chris Gleed-Owen who made a site visit within days, and delivered a fully researched report with plans, species list and recommendation a few days later, within the required timescale.  We have therefore avoided the need for extensions and delays.  Thank you Chris.

Susan Ross, Frankham Farm, Ryme Intrinseca

 



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CGO Ecology Limited is a private company limited by shares, registered in England and Wales (company number 06532052). 

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