Introduction to HUNTER WILDLIFE RESCUE
Course dates to be advised.
At this stage induction training has been suspended because of restrictions due to Covid 19
An informative one day course outlining: The National Parks & Wildlife Services (NPWS) wildlife rehabilitation licence conditions required to be an active rescuer or rehabilitator.
From 9.00 am – 3.00 pm
Registration from 8.45 am. Please arrive early to complete registration.
BYO lunch. Morning tea provided.
Hunter Wildlife Rescue Centre, Shortland Wetlands, 1 Wetlands Place, Shortland.
Hunter Wildlife Centre
No cost to new members of Hunter Wildlife Rescue (NATF), otherwise $35.00 per person for non-members wishing to find out more about volunteering for the Hunter Wildlife Rescue (NATF).
Please send training form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enrolment in any training course, requires payment of course fees prior to attendance as acceptance of payments on the training day is not permitted. There will be a maximum of 24 participants for each course (unless specified) after which registered members will be placed on a waiting list pending cancellation.
Please complete the registration as soon as possible to assist with management and planning of courses.
Click on this link to download the registration form Training-Course-Registration-Form
Once you have made your payment, please send your registration form to:
- By Mail: Training Officer, Hunter Wildlife Rescue, PO Box 17, SHORTLAND NSW 2307.
- Email: You can complete the form then scan or save & attach the registration form and email to email@example.com
Induction courses are free to new members
For non-members who want to find out about volunteering payment can be done either on-line or by submitting your payment by mail of a cheque or money order. See Registration Form for the postal address.
BSB 032-524; Account No 142209; Account name: Native Animal Trust Fund.
Please use your surname and course name as a reference ie JONES/Introduction to HWR