Romanian zookeepers, we have now also translated the framework for you! To download the Romanian version of the framework, go to the Resources section of this website.
More good news for zoos and zookeepers in Lithuania: the framework is now also available in the Lithuanian language! You can download the Lithuanian version of the framework in the Resources section of our website.
Good news for zoos and zookeepers in Poland: the framework is now also available in Polish! You can find the Polish translation of the framework in the Resources section of our website.
Do you also think that the European Professional Zookeeper Qualification Framework could use a bit more promotion, for example at your zoo or school? Or maybe even at your local government? We’ve made that very easy: just print out this poster and put it up in a nice spot. On the fridge in your keeper […]
Do you want to improve training for zookeepers? We’re looking for testers to give feedback on the online modules our team have been busy creating. All you need is a phone, tablet, or computer with internet access and some time to review the material (we’ll have a few different versions available for you to test […]
Andy Beer, Director of Zoo Management Studies at EPZQF partner Sparsholt College, discusses the development of the framework and the perceived benefits for Sparsholt College.
Davorka Maljković, vice director of EPZQF project partner Zagreb Zoo (Croatia), talks about the value of the European Professional Zookeeper Qualification Framework for her zoo and its keepers.
On Wednesday 25 April, Zagreb Zoo will welcome participants from many different countries to our exclusive Multiplier Event: Keep Up with Knowledge, Skills and Competencies. The aim of this event is to share the results of the EPZQF project with a wider audience, and to explore the various different ways in which the EPZQF can […]
Head of Marketing and Education at ZOO Wrocław, Marta Zając-Ossowska explains why conservation education is important for everyone.
Radosław Ratajszczak, CEO of EPZQF project partner ZOO Wrocław, shares his thoughts on why being involved in the project is so important for his zoo.