ETI Course Catalogue
Diploma of Conservation and Land Management
About this Qualification
National Code: AHC51110
CRICOS Code: 076415D
TAFE ID: D523
Duration: 2 years
Challenger Institute of Technology, Murdoch
Durack Institute of Technology, Geraldton
Great Southern Institute of Technology, Albany
Polytechnic West, Midland
South West Institute of Technology,Bunbury
West Coast Institute of Training, Joondalup
See additional information below.
A career in conservation and land management is about the future as much as it is about the present.
This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge you need to manage conservation and land management activities. You will learn about the various areas of the industry such as land management, natural resource management, mine site rehabilitation, forestry and national parks.
You will also develop skills in managing projects, programs and staff.
To gain admission to this qualification you need to meet the minimum entry requirement equivalent to Australian Year 10.
Certificate II in Conservation & Land Management
AHC21010 (6 months)
Certificate III in Conservation & Land Management
AHC31410 (6 months)
Certificate IV in Conservation & Land Management
AHC40910 (6 months)
Diploma of Conservation & Land Management
AHC51110 (6 months)
Major Study Areas
- Managing fauna populations
- Implementing plans of management
- Facilitating development of group goals and projects
- Collecting and classifying plants
- Developing a management plan for a designated area
- Conducting biological surveys
- Preparing estimates, quotes and tenders
How is this Qualification Taught?
- Practical industry focus
- Field work
- Project work
- Classroom delivery
- Environmental Officer
- Land Care Coordinator
- Park Ranger
- Environmental Education Officer
- Environmental Planning Officer
On completion of the qualification you can continue on to a university undergraduate degree. Advanced standing will be offered but will vary from university to university.
Click the following link for further information on Advanced Standing and Credit Transfer.
Campus & Intakes
Challenger Institute of Technology, Murdoch – February & July
Durack Institute of Technology, Geraldton – February (Certificate III & IV only)
Great Southern Institute of Technology, Albany – February
Polytechnic West: Midland - February and July
South West Institute of Technology, Bunbury – February & July
West Coast Institute of Technology, Joondalup – February & July
Tuition: $10,500 per year
Resource Fees: may be up to $500 per semester
Equipment: $250 – Safety Boots & Uniform.
N.B. Information on any additional costs will be provided at orientation.
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