About this course
If you are a farmer, a member of a landcare group managing a community project, a weeds officer, or are employed or have experience in a land management or community facilitator role, you will find this course meets many of your training needs.
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Who is this Course for?
- This course is for people who wish to gain skils and knowlege needed to work in a management position in conservation and land management
- 12 - 18 months
Requirements & Prerequisites
- Access to internet and email
- Expert trainer
- Dedicated Training Coordinator support through phone and email
- VET FEE-HELP available
AHCILM503A Manage restoration of cultural places
AHCLPW501A Develop a management plan for a designated area
AHCLPW503A Assess applications for legislative compliance
AHCLPW505A Implement natural and cultural resource management plans
AHCLPW601A Coordinate the preparation of a regional resource management plan
CPPWMT5043A Develop and implement an environmental management strategy
NWP512B Develop and review catchment management plan
NWP517B Develop and review surface water management plan
AHCNAR502A Conduct biological surveys
AHCNAR503A Design a natural area restoration project
AHCNAR504A Manage natural area restoration programs
AHCPMG503A Develop a strategy for the management of target pests
BSBWOR404A Develop work priorities
BSBPMG522A Undertake project work
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