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Aiuká develops and organizes events, courses, training, workshops and lectures of training in the following areas: dispersion and capture of wildlife, wildlife clinic and handling, marine wildlife rehabilitation, good practice with pet and wild animals in the industry, handling and prevention of accidents involving wildlife , among others.

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Aiuká offers courses for professionals and students of Biology, Veterinary Medicine and Oceanography, in addition to those interested in wildlife conservation. Besides themes programmed by the institution itself, Aiuká has been demanded by other entities to share its technical knowledge since its operations center was opened, in November of 2014. New facilities provide an ideal infrastructure for courses, trainings and ventures of a kind, with a room with capacity for 25 people.


Different types of training are given by Aiuká and, among them, Responsible On-Board Technician, aimed at the training of professionals that work in maritime platforms so that they respond and communicate any occurrence involving birds, is highlighted. Aiuká is a precursor in that kind of training and the only wildlife management company that gives courses aboard of maritime units.

Other kind of training is the Continued Training Program for Response to Wildlife in Oil Spill, aimed for technicians in the area of environment, energy industry and petroleum. They are trained in fundamental procedures for a first response to wildlife affected by oil, among them, an appropriate handling and the monitoring of animals.

Company’s professionals still participate or give training in other countries, mostly for their participation as team members of the International Bird Rescue (IBR) and International Fund of Animal Welfare (IFAW).

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Practical Exercises

The practical exercise allows the practical training of professionals that will respond to, and control possible emergencies involving oil spill, and evaluate the efficiency of emergency plans, test available resources, analyze related procedures, as well as prepare a response team to face true critical situations.