All the old favourites and some exciting new opportunities!
If you missed the recent course update and details on the new course platform, you can read it here.
Dedicated new platform
With the move over to our new platform, we are looking to improve and consolidate:
Improve our current courses plus add some new ones, and improve your course experience.
Consolidate our current courses and focus areas
The below list of course categories aim to make it easier to participate and manage your learning.
At this stage our only accredited course will be Wildlife Vet Online Level 3. This means it is award winning, affiliated and structured to provide a full professional learning experience and development.
Our primary focus is of course conservation and wildlife. Some of the species we will be working with are Elephants, Leopards, Lions, Rhinos, Cheetahs, Pangolins, Sharks, Whales, Penguins, Turtles, and hopefully more to come.
A course which we are immensely proud of is Biomimicry Online. This is our most underrated course and one that needs more shouting about! If you know then you know. If you don’t then you need to!
Change-makers is our new space for community development, conservation support and social cause training. Within this category will be our new Social Cause Academy – our online course for aspiring change-makers!
Our conservation category will host two main areas – African Wildlife Conservation and Southern African Marine Conservation.
e-Books currently includes Dr Peter Rogers Cheetah Management and Pangolin Protection Wildlife Vet Online modules into convenient e-Books.
Conservation Kids continues with a more immediate focus on our new range from the Two Oceans Aquarium Education Foundation and The Expedition Project. This will include a subscription based course for children aged 3-14 years.
Finally, our subscriptions category will host our Social Cause Academy, our Conservation Kids and three levels of Wildlife Vet Online, namely Level 1, 2 and 3. Level 3 being the all-inclusive all encompassing course for those serious aspiring wildlife vets.