Countryside Management & Gamekeeping

Countryside Management & Gamekeeping

Course list

  • Countryside Management (Game Management)
  • Countryside Management (Habitat Conservation or Game Management)
  • Ecology and Conservation Management
  • Local Environmental Services
  • Rural Resource Management (Top-up)
  • Rural Resource Management (Top-up) Part-time

Course Levels

Entry 1 2 3 4 5 6

Countryside Studies at Myerscough website

Countryside Studies at Myerscough

The management of land for the conservation of flora and fauna, general recreation, environmental education and urban regeneration requires a blend of skills. These include an understanding of ecological principles, a sound knowledge of management and the practical ability to carry out conservation techniques – from river catchment systems to rural and coastal habitats.

Many job opportunities exist within the conservation, gamekeeping and commercial sectors, and as part of your progamme you will have the opportunity to develop countryside craft skills such as hedgelaying and drystone walling, useful for a range of future careers.

Myerscough College Main Campus

Agriculture, Crops and Livestock Animal Care and Management Aquaculture and Fisheries Management Countryside Management and Gamekeeping Equine Care and Management Floristry Horticulture, Landscaping and Sports Turf Land Based Engineering


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01995 642 222




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