As part of our fight against wildlife crime in Uganda we have created the NRCN Academy which is aimed at providing training, mentorship, and resources to deal with the illegal wildlife trade, trafficking, and corruption in the country.
By sharing our wildlife expertise with other conservationists and agencies we can help share resources and help to stop wildlife crime and protect our natural flora and fauna.
The academy delivers training and mentorship to employees, interns, officials, enforcement agencies and other partners to build strong practices that help us achieve our goals.
Thanks to modern innovations, online training allows mentoring and training to be delivered to anyone regardless of their location. From students from around the world looking for a career in conservation to neighbouring countries and their stakeholders looking to join in the fight against wildlife crime, our online training is the perfect option.
For those looking to actively be involved in tackling conservation and wildlife crime in Uganda our face-to-face training programme offers a myriad of benefits. Working with our founder, Mr Vincent Opyene and our team you will learn all about the challenges of conservation and how our work to investigate and prosecute wildlife crime helps to protect Africa’s wildlife.