Please Note: This course will be delivered to booked delegates remotely via Zoom across two sessions running from 10am to 1pm on 8 & 9 July. The maximum delegate number for the course remains unchanged in order to ensure value and interactivity and as such if the button below says 'Add name to waiting list' then the course is fully booked.
This introduction to Appropriate Assessment for ecologists covers the background to the designations, the legislation and the steps in Appropriate Assessment.
This course will provide you with a basic template for assessments and show you how to carry out a basic assessment. We will look at multiple examples of Appropriate Assessment in action and discuss screening, Stage 2 assessments, cumulative impacts and mitigation.
The training includes discussions, presentations and case studies to develop understanding.
Who Should Attend?
Ecologists starting Appropriate Assessment.
The training is aimed at practitioners working in the Republic of Ireland.
No specific knowledge is required beyond a background in ecology.
- Describe Legal background of Birds and Habitats Directives and the 2010 Planning Act in relation to Natura 2000 sites including aspects such as retention, extension of time and exempt development.
- Recognise competent authorities and list their responsibilities.
- Detail the various stages in Appropriate Assessment.
- Bring a simple project through the AA process and decide what additional information (if any) is required and decide how to get this information (e.g. survey/data purchase).
- Propose mitigation for a range of projects based on the case studies covered.
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