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Field Studies Council – Marine Science Camp – Wales – April 2023

This camp is a fantastic opportunity for young people, who are interested in marine biology, marine science and great for Gold DofE participants.

It is run in partnership with the Marine Biological Association (MBA), for young people between 16 and 25 years old who are interested in marine biology and marine science.

From seabirds to shore crabs, this course provides an ideal way to gain skills and experience in Marine conservation, ecosystem surveys and species identification. Special talks and lectures will be given by working conservationists on their research, job roles and the marine environment.

If you are considering furthering your education in marine biology or marine science, this could be the perfect course for you to enrich your field experience and explore some of the possible career pathways.

Our residentials also give you the chance to develop a range of transferable skills. These types of skills help across many areas of life and are particularly good for including in job or education applications.

Here are some of the transferable skills that are likely to be covered in this residential:

– Communicating with others
– Working as a team
– Managing your time
– Reliability
– Keeping focused

The course is suitable for Duke of Edinburgh Award Gold Residential. Always check with your leader before booking.

This course is open to young people aged 16-25. When you book, it is essential that you enter the age and attendees name in the Order Notes at the checkout. If the attendee is under 18, the booking must be made by a parent/guardian.

If this course date does not suit you, we run similar courses at many of our other centres. Find out more here: https://www.field-studies-council.org/courses-and-experiences/experiences-for-young-people/opportunities-for-16-25-year-olds-courses/

Course date:
01/04/2023
Course location:
Dale Fort Field Centre, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3RD
Course fee:
£568.00

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