AHC40916 Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management

Award Course
This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding

Overview

The Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management course will equip you with the technical skills and knowledge of the latest technologies required to pursue a career in the Conservation and Land Management industry. Participants will gain knowledge and skills in monitoring terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity, producing maps, planning and managing seed collection and revegetation projects, developing community programs, identification and management of weeds and pest animals, developing relationships with local indigenous groups, planning fieldwork, and managing projects.

Careers

This qualification may lead to career opportunities with a range of organisations in roles such Landcare Facilitator, Project Firefighter, Catchment Officer (Water, Biodiversity, Community, Indigenous), Project Officer (Biodiversity, Revegetation, Waterways & wetlands), Bushcare Officer, Land Services Officer (Native Vegetation, Grazing, Wetlands), Bushland Management Officer, Cultural Heritage Officer, National Parks Ranger.

Pathways

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management.

Course Delivery

This course is best suited to learners who have completed a lower level Conservation and Land Management course, or have relevant industry experience. It is also for those currently in fulltime employment who wish to attain the necessary knowledge to make a career change.

Entry Requirements

This course is best suited to learners who have completed a lower level Conservation and Land Management course, or have relevant industry experience. It is also for those currently in fulltime employment who wish to attain the necessary knowledge to make a career change.

Expected Time to Complete

1 Years

Units & Assessment
Core Units
Code Unit Name Hours Material
AHCWHS401 Maintain work health and safety processes 70 $30.00
Elective Units
Code Unit Name Hours Material
AHCBUS402 Cost a project 50 $30.00
AHCCCF402 Report on project 60 $20.00
AHCLPW306 Undertake sampling and testing of water 70 $30.00
AHCLPW405 Monitor biodiversity 100 $35.00
AHCNAR402 Plan the implementation of revegetation works 80 $40.00
AHCPMG413 Define the pest problem 100 $30.00
BSBLDR403 Lead team effectiveness 50 $30.00
CHCCDE002 Develop and implement community programs 125 $40.00
MSL913002A Plan and conduct laboratory/field work 40 $15.00
PSPPM402B Manage simple projects 65 $70.40
SITTGDE007 Research and share general information on Australian Indigenous cultures 80 $20.00

Course Assessment

  • Observation and oral questioning
  • Project
  • Practical task
  • Written task
Your particular units of study will be determined from the core and elective units required for this qualification.

RPL is a formal assessment process that recognises relevant skills and knowledge you have already gained through previous training, work and life experiences. Contact the Institute today to discuss your options for RPL.

Indicative Fees

2020
Government Subsidised $3,499 $3,499
Concession $1,011 $1,011
RPL Government Subsidised $1,880 $1,880
RPL Concession $376 $376
RPL Self-funded $2,819 $2,819
Self-Funded $4,438 $4,438

Average total fees include designated materials and will vary according to your specific unit choices and other factors.

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

For information on refunds in relation to withdrawals, transfers and cancellations refer to the following policies and procedures.
Refund of Course Fees Policy
Student Withdrawal and Refund of Course Fees Procedure

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Intake Campus Course Details
2021 Ongoing Enrolment Mildura Campus Part Time, Flexible/Online, Full Year