Hunter TAFE

Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management

AHC21010

Belmont, Newcastle, Wyong

This certificate gives you essential learning in sustainable work practices and how to care for the environment.

  • $1,120*

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  • Gov. subsidised (NSW)

    Additional fees may apply

    • Start
    • Duration
    • Delivery
  • Wyong

    • January 30, 2017

    • Full time (18 weeks), Part time (36 weeks)

    • In class

    In class Full time (18 weeks), Part time (36 weeks)

  • Belmont

    • February 1, 2017

    • Full time (18 weeks), Part time (36 weeks)

    • In class

    In class Full time (18 weeks), Part time (36 weeks)

  • Newcastle

    • February 1, 2017

    • Full time (18 weeks), Part time (36 weeks)

    • In class

    In class Full time (18 weeks), Part time (36 weeks)

*Verified January 22, 2017. Prices and fees are advertised by the provider and may be estimates only. Prices and fees can vary or change. Please check with the provider before enrolling. To learn more, read our editorial policy.

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How it works

Entry Requirements
None
Recognition
Nationally recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.
Assessment
Coursework, assessment

Course Overview

By completing this qualification successfully you’ll acquire skills and knowledge that prepare you for employment in one of the roles listed below.
  • Conservation Earthworks Trainee
  • Indigenous Land Management Assistant
  • Landcare Assistant
  • Lands, Parks and Wildlife Officer
  • Pest Management Assistant (Feral Animals)

Course Content

To obtain a Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management with Hunter TAFE, you’ll need to complete some or all of the following units of study successfully. Units may vary or change so check with the provider before enrolling.

A total of 15 Study Units must be completed to attain this qualification.

Core Units

2 Core Units must be completed to attain this qualification.

  • Participate in OHS processes
    AHCOHS201A

  • Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
    AHCWRK209A

Elective Units

13 Elective Units must be completed to attain this qualification.

  • Recognise fauna
    AHCFAU201A

  • Install tree protection devices
    AHCLSC205A

  • Carry out natural area restoration works
    AHCNAR201A

  • Maintain wildlife habitat refuges
    AHCNAR202A

  • Tend nursery plants
    AHCNSY202A

  • Undertake propagation activities
    AHCNSY203A

  • Recognise plants
    AHCPCM201A

  • Plant trees and shrubs
    AHCPGD201A

  • Treat weeds
    AHCPMG201A

  • Conduct erosion and sediment control activities
    AHCSAW201A

  • Determine basic properties of soil and/or growing media
    AHCSOL201A

  • Observe and report on weather
    AHCWRK201A

  • Collect seed
    FPIFGM2201B

Course Provider

Hunter TAFE is one of the largest and oldest TAFE institutes in NSW. It's one of 10 large institutes that provide TAFE coverage across NSW, and offers vocational training and higher education to Australian and international students from 15 campuses throughout the Hunter.

It also provides a range of student services including careers, counselling, pathways and disability services. It also offers onsite accommodation at the Kurri Kurri and Muswellbrook campuses.

Campus locations include Belmont, Cessnock, Glendale, Gosford, Hamilton, Newcastle, Kurri Kurri, Maitland, Muswellbrook, Ourimbah, Scone, Singleton, Tomaree and Wyong.

Registered
1998
Courses
568
Provider Type
Government
Restrictions

No Restrictions