This course is designed to provide participants with a wide-range of skills and knowledge in the conservation and natural resource management industries. Areas covered include general land management, natural area restoration and management, community co-ordination and facilitation, vertebrate pest management and weed management. Certificate IV requires completion of 12 units.
Applicants are required to complete an Application for Entry form and a Conservation and Land Management questionnaire. The following criteria will be used to select applicants: - Previous studies in other fields. - Relevant previous work experience and an interest in conservation and/or land management. - Appropriate levels of literacy and numeracy for the Certificate level. - VCE graduates with biology, chemistry and/or environmental science.
Conservation and Land Management Certificate IV
Employment opportunities exist in the following areas;
- summer ranger,
- summer fire crew,
- community facilitator,
- catchment officer,
- catchment crew,
- Green Corps and
- wildlife officer.
At Certificate IV level, students can progress into supervisory roles in the work environment.
Eligible for recognition of prior learning or skills:
Please speak with the tutor to find out if you are eligible for credits and/or skills recognition.
Other courses are listed under the following career(s):
Conservation & Land Management
The course comprises of the following units of study:
Cert 4 Units
RTC4905A Cost a project
RTD3034A Implement Revegetation Works
RTD3507A Undertake Sampling And Testing Of Water
RTD4020A Plan The Implementation Of Revegetation Works
RTD4402A Define the pest problem in a local area
RTD4504A Monitor biodiversity
RTD4507A Produce maps for land management purposes
RTD4509A Report on place of potential cultural significance
RTD4804A Develop community networks
RTD4808A Promote community programs
RTD4910A Report on project
THTPPD05B Plan And Develop Interpretive Activities