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Access Conservation Skills

Access is a programme run by Cheshire Wildlife Trust to help young people aged between 16 and 25 years learn conservation skills, improve their chances of gaining employment and further their volunteering opportunities.

The six week programme runs on two days a week and rotates around different sites within the region. The group are taken by minibus to nature reserves where they carry out tasks such as scrub removal, invasive species control and improving the access for the public by building paths and steps.

Alongside the practical work participants will improve their employability skills by gaining in confidence, learning how to work as a team and how to make presentations. They will also learn about health and safety, and completing risk assessments. All important aspects to add to a CV or talk about at a job interview.’ 

To find out more contact Katie Greenwood, Volunteering and Training Manager on kgreenwood@cheshirewt.org.uk or 01948 820728.

Next programme start dates:

Monday 25th September - Chester

Monday 13th November - Congleton