Sub-categories
Land and the Environment Units
  • This course is facilitated out of Trenayr campus. Participants will need an enrolment key to access this course. Please contact the course Co-ordinator. 

    Course Co-ordinator: 
    Heather Mitchell
    p: 02 66 444 726
    e: heather.mitchell3@det.nsw.edu.

    This course will give you skills to work in management positions in land management such as senior rangers or lands, parks and wildlife managers.

    In this course you will build technical skills in selected skills areas such as: indigenous land management; lands, parks and wildlife; natural area restoration; soil and water conservation; pest management; natural resource management; business processes; and the management of machinery operations and maintenance.

    Self enrolment: AHC51110 Diploma in Conservation Land Management (TY)
  • This course is facilitated out of Trenayr campus. Participants will need an enrolment key to access this course. Please contact the course Co-ordinator. 

    Course Co-ordinator: 
    Heather Mitchell
    p: 02 66 444 726
    e: heather.mitchell3@det.nsw.edu.

    This qualification enables a selection of units from indigenous land management,natural area restoration, conservation earthworks or lands, parks and wildlife to create a general qualification as a job focus and allows individuals to develop post-trade skills and knowledge to become specialists within the conservation and land management industry.

    Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include senior conservation worker.

    Self enrolment: AHC40910 Certificate IV Conservation and Land Management_TY
  • Participants will need an enrolment key to access this course. Please contact the course Co-ordinator. 

    Course Co-ordinator: 
    Tien Pham
    p: 02 6659 3644
    e: my.pham@tafensw.edu.au

    To achieve the best outcome for nature conservation and the protection of biodiversity it is essential that a positive proactive approach is adopted by emphasising opportunities for improvement in the environment and natural area management. This course enables students to integrate natural resource management within the overall framework of sustainable land use and to do this in a way that does not add to social or economic burdens. Selected subjects will equip students to find employment in the new emerging industries based on natural resource management and ‘green jobs’
    Self enrolment: AHC31410 Certificate III Conservation and Land Management_TY