Zoo Keeping and Wildlife Courses

Wild animals have always fascinated us, with the earliest recorded zoological collections being found in Egypt, circa 3500B.C. Since then the purpose of zoos over time has changed considerably with a modern focus on conservation, along with greater understanding and consideration of the animals psychological welfare.

Becoming a zoo keeper is fairly competitive and most employers are looking for people with experience, accordingly we strongly recommend that anyone who is dreaming of becoming a zookeeper does find regular volunteer work and/or work experience where possible. Careerline Courses has teamed up with Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on the Gold Coast, Australia so that our Advanced Certificate in Zoo Keeping students can attend for one week’s practical work experience and get the real “hands-on” skills you’ll need.

What is the difference between Zoo Keeping and Wildlife Management and Conservation
What is the difference between studying Zoo Keeping and Wildlife Management and Conservation? Zoo Keeping focuses primarily on the welfare and husbandry of captive animals (non-domestic), while the Wildlife Management and Wildlife Conservation certificates focus on conservation and monitoring of non-captive populations of wild animals.

Follow your Dream and start your Zoo Keeping Certificate online today!
All of our studies are offered as online or correspondence. All come with unlimited tutor support by our tutors to make sure you get the best support to make your dreams come true! If you have any questions please email our friendly staff at info@careerlinecourses.com.au or phone us on 1300 172 882.

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