Date and time
Saturday 24 September, 1 October and 8 October 2022
10.30am - 12.30pm
£36 per person
Are you interested in studying about the hormones and genetics that can help us to save species?!
Join us every Saturday for three weeks for an exciting introduction to the science we do here at Chester Zoo, and how we apply it to solve real-world problems. Our experts will explain the fundamentals of these topics, how we collect data, and how this knowledge allows us to prevent extinction. You’ll even get the chance to try your hand at some lab work!
You will also learn about the incredible conservation projects that Chester Zoo supports around the globe, and how public engagement is a vital part of our work to prevent extinction.
Who is it for? Junior Conservationist Skills Courses are for young people who are in secondary school years 7-9. Children should be booked into the school year group they are currently in. The school year runs 1 September – 31 August.
What’s included? 3 morning sessions: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Our Junior Conservationist Skills Courses do not include any hands-on contact with any of the animals in the zoo, or behind-the-scenes access to any keeper areas.
Dates: Saturday 24 September, 1 October and 8 October 2022
If you have any queries, please check out our FAQs or email us at email@example.com.
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OUR TEAM OF EXPERTS WORK IN SIX REGIONS AROUND THE GLOBE – REPRESENTING SOME OF THE PLANET’S MOST BIODIVERSE HABITATS. Discover more about our SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION work.