Certificate I in Conservation and Land Management
About this course
This qualification is an entry-level qualification aimed at individuals entering conservation and land management industry. It allows individuals to develop basic skills and knowledge to prepare for work.
Conservation and land management is anything that involves taking care of the land and natural flora and fauna.
With environmental awareness becoming more and more prevalent with the community, conservation and land management is becoming crucial. The land management industry is growing rapidly.
Is this course right for you?
Are you interested in areas like revegetation, restoration of natural areas, ensuring that companies are doing their part by choosing to store chemicals safely, and protection of national parks?
Making sure that land is managed properly and native plants are kept in prime condition are an important part of conservation and land management.
If you want a course that will best assist you in furthering your career, with flexible study options and supportive training, this qualification may be for you!
Our highly-experienced trainers provide guidance and support every step of the way, to ensure you have the knowledge and practical skills you need to work in this field.
We allow a maximum of 6 months to complete your studies.
This qualification is delivered via face-to-face learning.
In circumstances where face-to-face learning is not available, structured online tutorials and virtual classrooms will be utilised. Students require a laptop and to download the free Microsoft Teams App.
Please contact us for further information regarding the current course schedule.
There are no entry requirements for this qualification. However, before enrolling your proficiency in language, literacy and numeracy will be assessed to determine what level of support you may need to assist you through your study program.
You will need to have access to a computer with an internet connection.
Total number of units = 6. 2 core unit plus 4 elective units.
*Electives subject to change.
Maintain the workplace
Follow basic chemical safety rules
Support natural area conservation
Support nursery work
Assessment methods include tests, projects, assignments, practical observations and group discussions.
Entry-level positions in the conservation and land management industry such as Conservation Earthworks Trainee, Landcare Assistant, Lands, Parks and Wildlife Officer or Indigenous Land Management Assistant.
A pathway into further study such as AHC20416 Certificate II In Horticulture.