Testimonials

Comments from past attendees…

“For anyone working in the ecological consulting or assessment industry, this course should be mandatory.  This is the second time I have attended and I keep learning new and important information.”
Alex Fraser, Ecological Assessment Officer, Hornsby Shire Council

“The General Survey Wildlife School is a great introductory course for vertebrate study, in particular the hands-on field sections.”
Adriana Corona Mothe, Ecologist, Cumberland Ecology and EMM

“The General Survey course was excellent.  The staff had exceptional knowledge in their fields, which generated great discussions and sharing of information.”
Natalie Black, Environmental Planner, Black Earth Environmental

“Loved the course.  Great trainers, top location!”
Peter Clark, Forestry Technician, Forestry Corporation NSW

“As a NSW Environmental Officer, I was looking for training to increase my knowledge and skills in environmental assessment and guide me towards a fuller understanding of biodiversity and ecology. I found the Niche survey course thoroughly fulfilling of my up-skilling needs, and a motivating and inspiring experience that has guided me into a new career path. I would recommend this course to any industry professional or student with a desire to increase their ecological skill set.”
Andy McCormack, Environmental Officer, NSW Government – Soil Conservation Service

“Niche’s General Survey and ID course catered for the full spectrum of professionals, with the Niche team tailoring the course to individual needs and interests of those in attendance. It was a wonderful opportunity to meet other professionals, get hands on experience and learn from a range of ecological specialists who were always happy to answer questions and provide advice.”
Catherine Lockyer, Environmental Scientist, Mitchel Hanlon Consulting

To read a review of our course,  Advanced Frog, Bat & Reptile Survey, Identification & Management, which took place at Dorrigo in November 2013 – click here.

Wildlife Schools

Wildlife Schools

Wildlife Schools