Adaptive Management for Conservation - 5 day course - Sept 23 - 27, 2019

The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute, in partnership with PALRC, offers a five-day intensive training program that aims to give participants a good understanding of adaptive management tools through the internationally recognised Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. 

Now in its 3rd year, the Adaptive Management course provides an immersive, week-long learning experience for participants to gain an understanding of the theory and practice of adaptive management, particularly of protected areas, with approaches that can be applied to a wide range of situations. 

Course participants discuss their adaptive management plans with a NSW National Parks & Wildlife service officer

Course participants discuss their adaptive management plans with a NSW National Parks & Wildlife service officer

This year, the course will run from Sept 23-27 in the Blue Mountains, near Sydney.  

This is the one adaptive management course you should make time to attend. It will provide you with a clear and logical planning pathway applicable to any management, project or program plan writing task. If like many of us you are operating within an existing planning framework, you will need to allow yourself time afterwards to integrate the best practice provided with your organisations requirements. But the beauty of this course is that the steps outlined are so credible and complete that it’s a straight forward task to identify where and how they should apply in your own world.”  Wil Allen, Team Leader, Planning, NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service, and participant in November 2018 course.

For further details please download this flyer.

Enquiries and expressions of interest: Dr Rosalie Chapple r.chapple@bmwhi.org.au