Shark conservation and making a difference starts with a better understanding and increased knowledge of sharks and the vital role they play for all life on earth. Shark Guardian delivers this essential information not only for the next generation, but with everyone who is interested to learn about sharks. We believe everyone can, and will make a difference with a greater knowledge and understanding of sharks - one of earths most important species.
The Shark Guardian presentation is an exciting and educational multimedia slideshow. Not only does the presentation educate the audience about sharks, but also about their role in the food chain of the ocean, their importance, and why they are needed for our survival. The presentation provides information and facts regarding the modern day plight of shark populations throughout the world and is aimed towards shark conservation and action through education and awareness.
Presentations are given in person by the Shark Guardian team. In some instances where personal visits are not possible, online video conference sessions are also offered.
Shark Guardian have visited over 20 schools in the UK, inspiring thousands of students to get involved with shark conservation
In 2015 Liz and Brendon from Shark Guardian travelled to Australia to give several talks to schools in Perth
Hong Kong is one of the largest shark fin importing countries of the world. Over 2 years Shark Guardian visited over 20 schools giving talks and presentations to school students
Several thousand students in schools throughout Dubai have attended Shark Guardian presentations personally given by Directors Brendon & Liz
In 2016 Brendon from Shark Guardian traveled to South Korea. He visited 3 schools over 5 days to give presentations, workshops and book readings to shark enthusiastic students
Indonesia is the largest shark fishing nation in the world. For this reason it is vital that education and awareness is raised. Shark Guardian visits several schools in Indonesia every year
Every year Shark Guardian travels in Thailand giving presentations to thousands of students in multiple locations and provinces throughout the kingdom
International schools in Kota Kinabalu, Borneo, Malaysia received an awesome visit from Liz and Brendon from Shark Guardian
Shark Guardian has visited Brunei twice to visit schools and give presentations about sharks
Great facts - which appealed to the children. Good sense of humor. They were riveted. It as pitched just right for my age group. 9-10 year olds.
St. Andrews International School - Bangkok, Thailand
Shark Guardian Directors Liz and Brendon as guest speakers on BBC Radio in the UK
CITES (Convention of International Trade of Endangered Species) was held in Bangkok in 2013 where Shark Guardian attended
Shark Guardian Directors Brendon and Liz have given talks to several Rotary Clubs in various countries
TDEX (Thailand Dive Expo is one of several international dive shows where Shark Guardian attends and will give presentations
Shark Guardian volunteers host an event on Malapascua Island in the Philippines - famous for Thresher Shark diving tours
Shark Guardian takes part in many education and fundraising activities around the world including Swim 4 Sharks for the public and school students
Collaboration with volunteer groups and organizations is vital for Shark Guardian and regular presentations take place in these bases
Shark Guardian presentations for local dive communities worldwide is always very exciting and fun
Shark Guardian presentations in remote dive communities worldwide is always fun and inspires action