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Advance notice: 3 November a Facebook live session with Simon Roper from Ambios talking about changing careers.

Simon says: "The nature conservation sector encompasses many different areas of work, all of which require slightly different skills sets.  This means that, in reality, whatever your background there is a position for you somewhere in our sector.  All previous learning experiences are valuable - whatever it was, it adds to the story you can tell when applying for that dream job in the nature conservation sector."Simon has been working in nature conservation for over 30 years, his passion for wildlife and communication led to him to set up the not-for-profit Ambios Ltd with a group of like minded friends in 2001.  Ambios is focused on nature conservation training and helping people achieve their goals for nature, science, education and employment. Follow us on social mediaand look for more details nearer the day.

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