Do you currently manage a rabbit control program in your community or workplace? Are you keen to learn new skills, be inspired and collaborate with others for better rabbit control?
Boost your rabbit management expertise at the Leadership in Rabbit Control course.
27-29 November 2018, Boho South (near Euroa), Victoria
The Victorian Rabbit Action Network’s (VRAN) Leadership in Rabbit Control Course is open to all Victorians currently involved in the management of rabbits on private or public land.
The free course is delivered over 2.5 days, with a mix of classroom and practical field-based training to boost technical skills and best practice knowledge.
Eligible participants can also apply for a $1,000 Community Action Grant to assist in raising awareness and building capacity in their local community.
Twenty positions are available and applications are invited from all community members, volunteers and professionals interested in leading rabbit management, whether it be through a community or farming group, Landcare, government agency, Catchment Management Authority or another organisation with responsibilities in land management.
Find out more at rabbitaction.com/leadership-course/
Applications close 26 September 2018.
The Leadership in Rabbit Control course is funded by the Commonwealth Government, as part of the Weeds and Rabbits Project. VRAN is a partner of the Weeds and Rabbits Project.