Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) are becoming increasingly widespread in the UK, threatening ecosystems and in some cases public health. It is important to be able to recognise INNS and act to help prevent their spread, such as through employing biosecurity techniques. This one-day course has been designed to build invasive species awareness of candidates working across different sectors and industries and to give them an understanding of the appropriate practices should they be encountered.
Next course: 7th September 2022
Price: £120 + VAT per person
Duration: 6 hours
Type: Face to face
Location: Dorney, Windsor
If you have a project in mind, or want to speak with a member of our team - please get in touch.Contact our team 0800 157 7707
This course is aimed at anyone employed, considering employment or with an interest in working outdoors.
By the end of the course delegates will:
All delegates will be issued with a workbook, and certificate of attendance upon completion of this Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) Awareness Course.
The course is delivered by Lottie Miles or John Salisbury who are both PCA Certificated Surveyors of Japanese knotweed and have a number of years’ experience in managing invasive species. Maydencroft won the PCAs Contractor of the Year for Invasive Weeds award in 2022.
Courses are held at our offices outside Windsor and Hitchin.
Both locations are in rural locations but within 5 miles of train stations and have plenty of parking.
Tea and coffee will be available during the day. There will be a break for you to eat your own lunch.
If you have more than 6 people to train, we can come to your own venue.
To find out more about our invasive non-native species (inns) awareness services, contact a member of our team today0800 157 7707 Get a quote