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Friday, April 21 • 13:45 - 15:15
Introducing an innovative new approach to define, track, and report on conservation results FULL

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We, WildTeam, a UK charity, want to give conservationists the skills to design and deliver amazing conservation projects that help to save more wildlife.

We have developed a methodology for planning and monitoring conservation projects called Project Management for Wildlife Conservation (PMWC). This framework combines human behaviour change approaches with project management best practice from both private and public sectors. PMWC aims to increase impact of conservation organisations by building their capacity to design, implement, monitor, and report on their projects. We believe that PMWC has many benefits, including: 
  • Increased likelihood of funding
  • Increased likelihood of improving biodiversity
  • Improved team morale
  • Increase learning between projects and between organisations
In our session, we would like to give you an opportunity to think about challenges you might face when managing a project and explore the positive and practical things you can do to improve your project management skills, regardless of your profession. To introduce you to PMWC to you, we have designed a game which we hope you will enjoy.

We look forward to meeting you.

Beth and Ali

Projector, Whiteboard

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Beth Robinson

WildLearning Specialist, WildTeam
I am a WildLearning Specialist for WildTeam UK. A bit of an odd job title, I agree, but let me explain... WildTeam UK, a UK charity, works to give conservationists the skills to design and deliver amazing conservation projects that help to save more wildlife. One of our biggest... Read More →

Friday April 21, 2017 13:45 - 15:15 BST
Informatics Suite 5 The Laboratory, First Floor