“If you are interested in the preservation of the environment and historical buildings, this could be the career for you.”
Conservations officers look to advise and promote ways of conserving and preserving historic buildings and environments.
Working with land and property owners, conservation officers can work with some very unique buildings including churches, lighthouses and windmills.
New building projects also seek advice to help make sure the buildings fit in with the local surrounding and have the right character.
- practicalities of managing different environments and habitats
- communication and presenting skills
- the ability to work as part of a team and unsupervised
- an awareness of health and safety
- improved maths, English and IT
- over 65% of skilled agricultural and related roles will require qualifications at level 2 or above by 2020
- over 40% of skilled agricultural and related roles will require qualifications at level 3 or above by 2020
- 419,000 people are expected to be employed in agriculture sector by 2020
- 98% of Animal Management students moved forward into a positive destination, including employment, apprenticeships and further study
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