Introduction to HUNTER WILDLIFE RESCUE
Dates for 2020
There are 3 courses scheduled for February & March.
Course 1 Saturday 15th, Course 2 22nd February & Course 3 Saturday 7 March 2020
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