The Certificate In Primatology consists of 9 units and is aimed at those that work with or have a particular interest in primates.
The course provides a detailed introduction to health, diet, behaviour, breeding and conservation.
If you have a special interest in primatology or if you don't want to commit to the full zoology course, then this is a great starting place to embark on a new career or passion.
Units of Study
Unit 1 - Introduction To Primates - This unit covers the nature and scope of primates.
Unit 2 - The Strepsirhines - This unit covers a variety of different species from the suborder Strepsirhini
Unit 3 - The Haplorhines - This unit covers a variety of different species from the suborder Haplorhini
Unit 4 - Diet and Nutrition - This unit covers the dietary requirements for different primates.
Unit 5 - Health and Physical Condition - This unit covers the management of the physical wellbeing of primates.
Unit 6 - Primate Behaviour (Wild) - This unit covers the psychology of primates and their natural behaviour.
Unit 7 - Managing Primates In Captivity - This unit covers the management of primates in captivity.
Unit 8 - Primate Breeding - This unit covers breeding programmes for managing the conservation of primates
Unit 9 - Primate Conservation - This unit covers breeding programmes for managing the conservation of primates
Once course is complete and fees are paid in full
9 x Statement Of Attainment Certificates
1 x Certificate In Primatology
1 x Course Transcript
Certificate In Primatology
Internationally Recognised and Accredited
Assessments (14) Exams (9)
$30 deposit followed by $10 p/w
16yrs or older with access to a computer
Available with mentoring only