We're committed to investing in you. Many passionate and talented people want to pursue a career in conservation, but lack the necessary skills and experience to secure their first paid role. Our career development opportunities provide essential skills and experience through training and work-based learning. We offer training courses, work experience, work placements and a voluntary trainee scheme.
Please note our opportunities are only suitable to those over the age of 18. We do not always have the capacity to support learning opportunities however get in touch to find out more.
My confidence and skills grew, I got my dream role as a result.Natural Wellbeing Project Manager
We work closely with universities and colleges to offer work placements to students. These placements can last anywhere from a few weeks to a full academic year.
In the past students have completed placements in areas such as marketing & communications, conservation, planning and event management. Our work placement opportunities are advertised on this page however please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have a query.
Please note: Access to your own transport is necessary to complete a placement with us and we are unable to offer any support with accommodation.
Work experience is an excellent way to learn about working life, get hands-on experience in your potential career path and identify your skills and passions. We offer challenging and enjoyable work experience opportunities in our office as well as on nature reserves.
Please note: We are only able to offer work experience in specific circumstances. Access to your own transport is necessary to complete work experience with us and we are unable to offer any support with accommodation.
Volunteering at Cheshire Wildlife Trust is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund through our project Natural Futures.