New Online training for staff and students
The new course centers on good practice and is aimed at anyone who is undertaking fieldwork or involved in industry, agriculture, trade, site surveys, environmental concerns, or recreation. You will learn to identify risks of spreading of INNS and understand what biosecurity risks are, why they are important and how they can be reduced.
To see how you can reduce the spread/introduction of invasive species, visit the universities Open Education which is available to staff, students and the public.
28th September 2016
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