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Nkosinathi has completed the Environmental Practices NQF Level 2 and Environmental Educators Course NQF Level 5 at WESSA. Being part of these environmental skills training programmes has enabled him to run environmental training without supervision, transferring the knowledge and skills he acquired from attending WESSA environmental skills training.
 

 

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IMpendle Municipality Environmental Practices Training: 14 -16 July 2015

Environmental Practices Skills Programme NQF Level 2.  Unit Standard 116064:  Recognise and identify the basic functions of the ecological environment (4 Credits).  Understanding natural patterns for wise use of resources

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Kruger to Canyons Biosphere Region working with WESSA

Please see below publication from Kruger to Canyons Biosphere Region featuring the WESSA Enviro Eds training and material development. 

http://r.ca.d.mailin.fr/6dwyfwi9c7f.html

DEVELOP AN ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING PROGRAMME NQF LEVEL 5: CAPE TOWN

10 City of Cape Town  staff, mostly from various reserves and projects, and one WESSA Groen

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LEARNING IN THE ENVIRONMENT, THROUGH THE ENVIRONMENT AND FOR THE ENVIRONMENT.

On 22 to 26 June 2015 WESSA presented an Environmental Educators Course to a group of 20 

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LGSETA Environmental Skills Programme NQF L2 Verification visit, Thursday 25th June 2015

The verification visit by Ntokozo Lwandle (ETQA Practitioner) from the Local Government SETA (LGSETA) which took place on Thursday, 26th June was most successful.  The 8 DUCT River Care workers who attended the first, second and the first

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Khetha attended an Environmental Ethics Course at Umgeni Valley on 25-29 May 2015

There were interesting discussions and involvement of participants throughout the course. In attending this course my expectations were about understanding human and environment ethics and to know how an environmental educator can work both professionally and ethically.

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The EETDP NQF L5 (121 credits) kicked off last week with module 1: People-Environment Relations (26 Credits) and the Professional Development Module (28 Credits).

The five day contact sessions were mainly facilitated by Claire Herbst and co-facilitated by Londi Msomi and Sabine Clinckemaillie.  Candidates explored a history of human-environmental relationships from ancient to current times. 

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WESSA Environmental Educator’s Course NQF Level 5 (12 Credits) Venue: Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens, Johannesburg. 02 to 06 March 2015

Training by WESSA (Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa) in partnership with the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI).

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Accredited and Non-Accredited Training Statistics 2013/2014

As part of the The Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa's initiative towards human capacity development in caring for the earth, a total of 1127 candidates were trained throughout South Africa during the period 2013/2014.  The number of candidates per course is depicted in the pie chart.  

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Environmental Educators NQF L5 (12 Credits) Course at Umgeni Valley Nature Reserve: 10 to 14 November 2014

WESSA SustainEd was again most honoured to roll out another Environmental Educators NQF L5 course from the 10 to 14 November 2014 at Umgeni Valley.  For the very first time in the history of WESSA SustainEd all the 16 participants paid for 

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