Diploma of Permaculture


This course helps you develop the skills required to design permaculture systems and/or work as a permaculture design consultant. You will also learn how to manage permaculture community development projects. By completing the course, you will be able to carry out a range of duties involved in project managing or consulting in permaculture, agriculture, horticulture or land management.

Entry Requirements:

Certificate IV in Permaculture


10 units

Subjects you can Study:

Carry out permaculture field research; Design an integrated permaculture system; Develop a strategic plan for a permaculture project; Manage a permaculture project; Plan the implementation of a permaculture project; Units: Design and plan a sustainable settlement; Research and interpret requirements for a permaculture project; Plan management strategies for overseas development projects; Plan and design structures for permaculture systems. Plus more.

Study Pathways:

When you finish this course you can apply for credit transfer into the Diploma of Agriculture, the Diploma of Horticulture or the Diploma of Conservation & Land Management.

Related Careers:

Horticultural Assistant,
Campus Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Riverina - National Environment Centre No

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