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Vision

A community of career conservationists to lead the world into restoring wildlife.

Highlights of Ram Hattikudur ATC (Batch 2023-24)

Selected RHATC Fellows 2023-24 Batch

Unveiling the Ram Hattikudur Advanced Trainingin Conservation Fellows 2023-2024!.

Gist

  • A four-month integrated course.

  • Three and half months residential in-house training.

  • 15 days practical field-based challenges.

  • Residential course based in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.

  • Fully or partially funded fellows.

  • Bridging academics and conservation realities.

Course

  • Principles of conservation biology.

  • Conservation ethics.

  • Tools and techniques in conservation.

  • National and international conservation policies.

  • Dynamics of conservation GOs & NGOs.

  • Systematic education & outreach techniques.

  • Prioritising conservation actions.

  • Scientific and popular communication skills.

  • Fund-raising and associated skills.

  • Skill sets for a startup.

Outcome

 

  • Resolve a conservation challenge.

  • Develop skill sets in assessments and planning.

  • Exposure to real-time conservation needs.

  • A window into conservation NGOs.

  • Potential opportunities for internship.

  • Potential job opportunities with
    conservation organizations.

  • Pursuing conservation careers

  • Potential to start your own organization.

  • Exposure to experts in the field.

  • Develop leadership skills.

Training New Conservators For Our Threatened World
03:13
RHATC Jingles
00:30
Sanjay Molur's Journey
04:59
RHATC 2021-22 memories
00:27
RHATC Director Hope for Fellows
00:54
RHATC Fellow 2021-22 Ashrita Anoop
01:58
RHATC Fellow 2021-22 Nilesh Murmu