Our Human–Wildlife Conflicts Course examines problem animals in the wildlife management context. An animal or bird becomes a Problem Animal when it competes at an unacceptable level for human resources or becomes a danger to human life. This course explores these Conflicts and Resolutions.
Module # 1 – Introduction to Human – Wildlife Conflicts
- Component # 1 – Human – Wildlife Conflict Resolution
Module # 2 – Non – Lethal Methodology
- Component # 1 – Physical & Chemical Deterrents
Module # 3 – Capture & Translocation
- Component # 1 – Physical Capture
- Component # 2 – Hippo Traps
- Component # 3 – Crocodile Traps
- Component # 4 – Chemical Capture
- Component # 5 – Mass Capture of Redbilled Quelea
Module # 4 – Lethal Methodology
- Component # 1 – Attractants & Conventional Hunting
- Component # 2 – Leg Traps, Set Guns and Poisoning
Module # 5 – Non-Mass Capture Techniques
- Component # 1 – Behaviour of Problem Herbivores
- Component # 2 – Behaviour of Problem Carnivores
- Component # 3 – Behaviour of Problem Primates
Course Cost: ZAR 700 or £35*
*Cost based on current exchange rates to the South African Rand (ZAR)
How to Register and Sign Up
- To register click on the ‘Book Course’ button at the top of this page. Registration is FREE and you then have access to your ‘Wildlife Campus Courses Dashboard’
- After registration you can then decide on and purchase a course.
- Once registered you also gain access to FREE COURSES, including The Big 5, Elephants Facts and Fables, Birding by Habitat, Astronomy and more.
CONTACT US for more information on the Human Wildlife Conflict course. We frequently run special offers on combination certificate packed. Please ask about our current specials.
All Course content is available online but may also be downloaded in PDF format (and easily printed) so you don’t have to be online to study. No physical product except certificates earned, are posted to students.
All assessment is delivered entirely online and is automated. The assessment which we’ve called “take the test” (top right in each component) consists of between 10 and 30 true/false and multiple-choice questions. There is one test for each of the components of a course. Students may attempt these tests as many times as required until they have achieved the passing mark. Once a test is passed, it cannot be taken again.
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