Conservation and Sustainability Education PGCert

The new course – designed and delivered by experts at the zoo and The University of Chester – offers a first opportunity, anywhere in the world for education professionals to gain a recognised qualification in the field of conservation and sustainability education.

Launching in 2023, the Conservation and Sustainability Education PGCert aims to provide educators with the highly sought-after knowledge and skills needed to help learners maximise the impact they can have in carving a better future for the planet.

It follows world leaders gathering in Egypt for the UN’s global COP27 where the importance of education in solving the planet’s climate and ecological emergencies  was one of the key areas of discussion.

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