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Invasive species training - Doonholm Nursery

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INVASIVE SPECIES TRAINING - Last training sessions of the year...

A two-day training event will be be held in Midrand at Doonholm Nursery on Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 November, 2016.

Module 1 (Day 1): Train to become an invasive species consultant

Subjects covered include: NEMBA legislation and Invasive Species Regulations; Landowners, estate agents & lawyers ‘duty of care’; Control plan guidelines for organs of state & protected areas; Permitting, compliance & directives; Invasive species


Module 2 (Day 2): Introduction to herbicides and control methods

Subjects covered include: Invasive species clearing using herbicides; Herbicides and the law; Selecting control methods for invasive species clearing; Professional herbicide training

Time: Registration and coffee - From 08h00
Training times: 09h00am to 16h00
Refreshments: Tea and a light lunch will be provided.

Booking: Booking is essential.
Email your fillable PDF booking form to Hazel at
We will then send you an invoice for payment prior to training.
Entry to training: No one will be admitted to the training without payment or prior arrangement.
Cost per module: R800 (Ex VAT) or R912 (including VAT)

SAGIC invasive species and herbicide training is an entirely self-funding project.

For further information: Contact Hazel at or Tel: 011-723-9000.
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To download a booking form individuals: 

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The training dates for 2017 will be released in December 2016.

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