Identification training opportunities at the Natural History Museum

Identification training opportunities at the Natural History Museum - UK and Ireland : The Natural History Museum in London has vacancies for five internships (paid a bursary) aimed at individuals who would like to develop a career in the UK biodiversity sector. The project aims to address the critical and growing shortage of wildlife ident

The Natural History Museum in London has vacancies for five internships (paid a bursary) aimed at individuals who would like to develop a career in the UK biodiversity sector. The project aims to address the critical and growing shortage of wildlife identification and recording skills. An intensive 12-month training programme of workshops and on the job learning will develop early career professionals into skilled trainers, equipped to address the decline in species identification skills in the UK biodiversity sector.

The programme is led by the Natural History Museum in partnership with the Field Studies Council and National Biodiversity Network Trust. For full details, including how to apply for a 'taster day' session on 24 November, see:
http://www.nhm.ac.uk/nature-online/british-natural-history/uk-biodiversity-portal/identification-trainers/index.html?utm_source=idtrainers-short-url&utm_medium=idtrainers-short-url&utm_campaign=idtrainers-short-url

13 Nov 2014
Martin Harvey