Marine Careers Course for learners

  • 14 September 2012 | SAAMBR | Category: Education

Marine scientist

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a dolphin trainer or a marine scientist? Or perhaps you fancy yourself as an aquarist or even a marine biologist?

Seal trainer

Dolphin trainer

If you're serious about a career in one of these rewarding fields, then make sure you don't miss uShaka Sea World's upcoming Marine Careers Course.

The course takes place from Monday, 1 October to Tuesday, 2 October, from 8am to 4pm and is specially designed for learners in Grades 9 to 12 who are keen to learn more about marine career options.

The cost of the two-day programme is R150. During the course you will meet scientists, dolphin and seal trainers, aquarists (biologists who look after fish), and a veterinarian – all of whom will share information about their vital work.

For more information or to make a booking please contact Emma or Nokuthula on 031 328 8195/6. Bookings close on 30 September.

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