CLM8124 - Collaborative Conservation: Partnerships in Practice

Course CodeCLM8124
Course TitleCollaborative Conservation: Partnerships in Practice
DescriptionThis advanced-level course builds on the foundational skills taught in the Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy: Managing by Network course. This course is designed for those actively involved in community-based partnerships who want to develop their skills more fully and move their partnerships forward. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with partners who are currently involved in successful community-based conservation partnership initiatives. Through case studies and discussions, conservation leaders will share lessons learned as well as the strategies, tools, and techniques that have made their partnerships successful. Participants will cultivate their professional competencies for partnership and community collaboration by learning from others’ experiences of real-world implementation and then transferring and applying that knowledge to their partnerships. After the course, one webinar will be held where participants will report how they applied the training and the progress they made as a result.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
• Demonstrate the competencies needed for developing successful collaborative partnerships.
• Identify the skills and expertise found in successful partnerships and transfer that knowledge to their partnerships.
• Apply knowledge gained in working across program lines to develop creative, visionary conservation actions that lead to “on-the-ground” partnership accomplishments.
• Employ sound techniques to leverage conservation resources effectively, including people and materials.

Target Audience:
FWS employees who are actively involved in community-based conservation partnerships and possess foundational partnership and collaboration skills. The course specifically targets participants from the Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy: Managing by Network course alumni, LCCs, Refuge System, Ecological Services, Fisheries and Partners Program.

It is recommended but not mandatory that you complete CLM8123 'Partnerships and Community Collaboration: Managing by Network' before attending this class.
Delivery MethodInstructor Led
Non-FWS Fee$597.00
Instructional Hours24
Course Content ContactNancy Zapotocki;; ;
Curriculum CategoryHuman Dimensions
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College Credit NameSemester Hours
College Credit Value1
Extracted from DOI LEARN on1/22/2019 3:30:20 AM

Schedule:  CLM8124 - Collaborative Conservation: Partnerships in Practice

StartEndLocationSession Contact
2/26/2019 2/28/2019 National Conservation Training Center (NCTC) Nancy Zapotocki;