Delivering Net Gains for the Environment through Built Development
Two new CPD-level training opportunities
As mandatory biodiversity net gain is becoming law in England and also increasingly applied in the rest of the UK, attention is turning to how built development can secure net gains for the natural environment as a whole.
In partnership with net gain experts at WSP, the Ecosystems Knowledge Network is now offering cutting-edge training designed to equip professionals involved in shaping the built environment with all they need to know to secure net gains for the environment.
Participation in these courses will give participants the confidence to champion net gains for the environment in their organisation, as well as the ability to undertake their own robust technical assessments with minimal need for dependence on external support.
Two 90 minute sessions.
Next dates 17th & 19th January 2022 | 2pm – 3:30pm
For those who need to know how net gains for the environment can be implemented for projects to deliver added value for clients and customers.
It is delivered by experts from WSP, the developers of the NATURE Tool (Nature Assessment Tool for Urban and Rural Environments); a user-friendly and easy to use Excel tool designed to assess the impact of land-use and management change with the aim of achieving net gains for the environment.
Cost per trainee (two sessions) £150
Early bird price £120 for bookings by 9 December.
NATURE Tool user technical training
First course taking place 8th December 2022 | 10am – 4pm
For those using the NATURE Tool in assessments of the net gains for the environment through individual built development projects such as housing, infrastructure, commercial property and conservation projects.
This practical course takes staff tasked with using the NATURE Tool through the process of collating data for use in the Excel tool, through to generation and interpretation of outputs including Quality Assurance.
Cost per trainee £290
Contact us for additional dates in 2023. Discounts available for group bookings.
It is not necessary to do one course in order to enrol for the other.