Free e-learning course for Riverfly monitors - 'Good fieldwork practice for invasive non-native species'
University of Leeds and Cefas have produced an e-learning course aimed at increasing understanding of the importance of effective biosecurity as part of fieldwork practice. This course is now freely available to ARMI participants, please click title (above) for more details.
With kind permission from University of Leeds, ARMI monitors can now freely enroll on this course online by clicking HERE. After enrolling, please complete the short questionnaire before completing the learning modules. At the end of the course a short multiple choice test can be taken, where after a Universtiy of Leeds certificate will be produced for those achieving 100% correct. The Riverfly Partnership would like to extend special thanks to both Caitriona Shannon, Researcher in Biosecurity for Invasive Non-Native Species, University of Leeds, and, Dr Paul Stebbing who leads the programme of work on the management of aquatic non-native species at Cefas Weymouth.