Key Study Areas
Key study areas include:
* Community Engagement
* Environmental law
* Fiscal management
* GIS/mapping for environmental management
* Implementing an environmental management plan
* Monitoring biodiversity
* Pest animal/plant management
* River/water management
Where • Bendigo (Charleston Road Campus)
Study options available for the Diploma in Conservation and Land Management, include:
- Class based
- Industry based (on-the-job)
The full time Class based program is conducted over 12 months. A part time program can be negotiated to be undertaken within 24 months.
Industry based training program will be defined by the negotiated training plan, however you are encouraged to complete this qualification within 24 months.
Selection Process • Individual Interview
Up Coming Courses
Campus Start Date End Date Attendance Mode
Charleston Road Campus 11.02.2009 01.12.2009 Full Time
Charleston Road Campus 15.10.2008 14.10.2009 Flexi-Mode
On successfully completing this course you will be eligible for employment across a wide range of conservation and land management
roles. Previous graduates from this program are currently working with a range of conservation and land management
stakeholders in most states of Australia. Contact the course coordinator for further details.
Further Study Options
Successful completion of this diploma can lead to the Degree in Conservation and Land Management
has formal transition arrangements with La Trobe and Charles Sturt Universities for BRIT
graduates to gain exemptions for some degree subjects. Contact the course coordinator for further details.
You will be assessed as part of this course.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT
has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.