Comments about Diploma of Conservation and Land Management (Rosebud) - On Campus - Rosebud - Victoria
This program is designed to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to gain employment in the conservation/land management field. It is aimed at technical and supervisory skills for bushland, park management and weed and vertebrate pest control. It builds on skills of the Certificate II. Applicants who have successfully completed the Certificate II may be accepted into the Diploma if they have shown the ability to work at a higher level.
Industry Certificate III Mature age
Diploma of Conservation and Land Management (Rosebud)
This course provides the skills and knowledge for participants wishing to become middle
managers in the resource management field.
Full Time: 2 Years
Biological Survey Techniques
Cultural Site Management
Fire Management Environmental Interpretation
Full-time - Part-time - direct to Chisholm
The first year of this course comprises the Certificate IV in Conservation and Land
Management. A compulsory questionnaire must be completed by all full time applicants.
Applicants should have either attained the Certificate II or III, or have relevant industry
experience such as practical placement or volunteer work.
Year 12 (VCE) or equivalent, with relevant industry experience or Mature Age Entry
Resource Management; Park Ranger
Further Study Options
University degree courses in Conservation and Land Management