For those willing to hone their skill in imparting education on wildlife and environment related issues , Aaranyak -- a scientific and industrial research organization -- has come up with a novel orientation course for them during this summer under the name and style “Educators for Wildlife and Environment”. The summer course will be organized during July 6 to 9, 2010.
Aaranyak promises that it will be an exciting as well as stimulating experience for those coming to take part in the brief training course that will throw up new opportunities and expose participants to new experience.
This is an innovative course focused on use of education as an effective and practical conservation tool. The course will demonstrate how different techniques of teaching can be integrated with overall education and communication strategies to generate sustained campaigns for solving environmental problems. The course will illustrate through demonstration educational concepts and processes that can be used to meet conservation needs of protected areas (PAs) located in Greater Guwahati and its neighbourhood.
The course focuses on protected areas in and around Guwahati for the basis reason that the city is a unique urban area in country possibly having highest numbers of reserve forests, wildlife sanctuary, water bodies and hills that are home to a large number of wildlife species . A field trip to the Amchang Wildlife Sanctuary in the vicinity of Guwahati is being planned for the participants in the summer course.
For details, please get in touch Aaranyak [email protected] or phone 0361-2230250. . The contact person is Ms Madhumita Barthakur, Office Coordinator.