Diploma of Environmental Monitoring and Technology - MSS50218

TAFE International Western Australia

Subjects you can Study:

Collect and evaluate meteorological data; Assist with assessing and monitoring stormwater systems; Carry out waste audits; Perform laboratory-based ecological techniques`; Assist with assessing and monitoring wetlands; Participate as a member of a workplace emergency initial response team; Implement environmental management plans and procedures; Obtain representative samples in accordance with sampling plan; Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices; Perform standard calibrations; Contribute to sustainability related audits; Inform and educate organisation and community representatives on sustainability issues; Collect spatial and discrete environmental data; Work and communicate effectively as an environmental technician; Maintain and calibrate instruments and equipment; Perform chemical tests and procedures; Assist with assessing site environmental indicators; Report environmental data; Assist with odour source assessment; Undertake field-based, remote-sensing monitoring; Perform biological procedures; Perform sampling and testing of soils; Perform basic radiation measurements; Perform sampling and testing of contaminated sites; Conduct a sustainable water use audit; Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices; Perform environmental biological techniques; Undertake environmental field-based monitoring; Collect routine site samples; Perform basic tests; Assess the environmental risk and impact of a project activity or process; Navigate in urban, regional and remote areas; Produce site maps; Undertake simple environmental project activities; Provide work skill instruction; Participate in laboratory or field workplace safety; Process and present environmental data; Design and supervise complex environmental field surveys; Prepare working solutions; Assist with workplace monitoring processes; Perform sampling and testing of air; Perform sampling and testing of water; Measure and report carbon footprint of a product or product class; Conduct a sustainability energy audit; Monitor and evaluate noise; Capture photographic images; Assist with odour field assessment; Apply an understanding of environmental principles to a site; Perform sampling and testing of stationary emissions; Perform aseptic techniques; Conduct an emissions audit; Plan and conduct environmental project work; Provide first aid; Perform environmental microbiological tests; Plan waste audits; Perform microscopic examination; Supervise geotechnical site investigations; Conduct geotechnical site investigations; Collect and evaluate groundwater data; Monitor radiation; Provide environmental information to customers; Recognise common geological landforms and samples; Use laboratory application software; Perform site investigation activities

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OSBORNE PARK - 16 Parkland Rd
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