Program Capacity: 24 Programme Focuses will get involved in a variety of activities such as:
Dive qualified volunteers will be trained in invertebrate, benthic or fish target species and life forms.
Once fully trained in species ID, volunteers will be taught several survey techniques allowing them to become a member of the GVI data collection survey team building an inventory of marine species in Moturiki waters.
Marine expedition volunteers will also have the chance to assist in delivering lessons focussed on environmental awareness in two schools on Moturiki Island and will participate in community based work giving workshops and helping to improve water security (rain water harvesting infra structure, compost toilets).
Non divers can join the Expeditions for 8 weeks or more and gain their Open Water, Advanced Open water and Coral Reef Research Diver certifications. 4 week vols will gain their Advanced Open Water certification and Coral Reef Research Diver certifications.
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