Introducing the newly revised FCF Wildcat Conservation Educator's Course!
The area that FCF can make the largest impact is in the area of conservation education. Your hometown may only have YOU to teach them about conservation efforts concerning native felines, feline species of special interest, and endangered felines.
Species diversity, current habitat status, conservation efforts for the future are all points of interest that local schools, libraries, and other conservation minded organizations are looking for qualified teachers to learn form. If you are a member of the feline holding community, that person should be YOU.
The purpose of a wildlife ambassador is to represent our wild relatives in a positive, safe manner that is educational and creates an appreciation for wildlife conservation. The Wildcat Conservation Educatorís Course gives you the tools necessary to become qualified as a professional wildlife educator specializing in feline species. In this newly revised course you will learn:
∑ What permits you need to become an exhibitor and the laws you need to abide by
∑ What it means to be a professional wildlife educator and how you will impact your community and the animal industry
∑ How to form a wildlife education business, establish a professional image and maintain credibility
∑ How to choose wildlife ambassadors and basic animal husbandry
∑ Animal training, enrichment and safety techniques
∑ How to develop popular themed educational shows that flow smoothly, capture your audienceís attention and raise conservation awareness
∑ How to market your business and shows
∑ Valuable tips to improve your show and set yourself apart from your competition
∑ How to speak with a variety of people in a professional manner, from the media to your audience
∑ How to maintain and grow a healthy business
This course will not only give you the tools to start your own wildlife education business, it will help you position yourself in the animal industry to stand out and be an asset to any employer.
In addition to all the great information you will learn, students receive the wildlife education textbook to keep as a reference to help further your wildlife educational profession.
From bengal cats to bengal tigers, you will learn how to create and present a wildlife conservation program that will keep your target audience interested, entertained and inspired.
If you own a feline of any species, your time has come to be recognized as a source of information that is credible. As your reputation grows, your community and state will recognize the public education service you provide and include you on legislative issues to help you, as a professional wildlife educator, continue to impact the lives of students and adults of all ages.
Register for the Wednesday, June 5th course at the Radisson Hotel Nashville Airport, Nashville, TN
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