Shortest full-time duration
The type of careers this qualification leads to may include conducting fauna and flora surveys, land restoration - re-vegetation and weed control, land management, monitoring biodiversity of natural areas and monitoring water quality.
To successfully complete the course students must undertake off campus fieldwork components (1 day to 5 days) per year.
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The completion of the Certificate III in Science or the Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation science stream may provide a pathway into this course (certain criteria must be met).
Graduates of this course with a minimum GPA of 2.0 out of 4.0, may be eligible for credit of up to one year (depending on the minor chosen) for the Bachelor of Environmental Science if successful in gaining a place.
AHC51116 - Diploma of Conservation and Land Management