Carbon Trainees

Throughout the Carbon Landscape

Carbon Trainees project offers unemployed people the opportunity to learn traditional heritage and conservation management skills whilst undertaking a traineeship in Environment Conservation.

Together with volunteers, they will work alongside, and gain knowledge from, a variety of experts from across the Partnership.

They will carry out landscape conservation work in the scheme area by delivering the practical outcomes for all natural heritage and access projects throughout the programme.


  • 9 trainees employed, 3 per year for 3 years  
  • 100% success rate of trainees gaining employment 
  • 75 Ha of land improved 
  • 250 people benefiting from the project that have been supported by the Trainees 
  • 170 trained through knowledge sharing workshops 
  • 1 analysis and reporting on the ecosystem services delivered by the Trainees 
How you can get involved: 

For more details, contact the Greater Manchester Ecology Unit on how you can be trained as a volunteer.

Find out more on the Facebook page and blogs.

We offer free training through our events and volunteering programmes.  To find out more click on the events or volunteering tabs.

Telephone: 01942 726214