Certificate I in Conservation and Land Management

Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education

This qualification is part of the Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management Training Package. It is an entry-level qualification aimed at individuals entering conservation and land management industry. It allows individuals to develop basic skills and knowledge to prepare for work. They may undertake a range of simple tasks under close supervision. The range of technical skills and knowledge is limited.

Entry Requirements:

No minimum education

Structure:

6 units: 2 core, 4 elective

Subjects you can Study:

Core: Work safely; Maintain the workplace. Electives: Follow basic chemical safety rules; Assist with routine maintenance of machinery and equipment; Support natural area conservation; Support nursery work; plus more.

Study Pathways:

Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management or Certificate II in Rural Operations

Related Careers:

Landcare Worker,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Batchelor No info Yes
Batchelor No info Yes Part time
Central Australia No info Yes
Central Australia No info Yes Part time
Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education offers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people the chance to study a wide range of courses designed to help them gain the skills and qualifications to find work and to help with the development of their communities.

The Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Education (ACIKE) is a joint initiative between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (BIITE). Both organisations share a commitment to Indigenous student outcomes and currently occupy unique positions in the Australian tertiary education sector, having a critical focus on regional, remote and Indigenous education in some of the most challenging environments in the country. ACIKE is the only higher education delivery portal for BIITE. Both organisations provide staff for four schools within the ACIKE structure.

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