Chisholm Institute

Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management

AHC40916

Bass Coast, Cranbourne, Mornington Peninsula

This certificate gives you the skills and knowledge required to lead and coordinate a range of conservation and land management projects, from natural resource management through to mine rehabilitation.

There are multiple ways to study Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management with Chisholm Institute

  • $3,859*

    + $705 fees

  • Compare

  • Gov. subsidised (VIC), Payment plan

    Additional fees may apply

    • Start
    • Duration
    • Delivery
  • Bass Coast

    • July 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

  • Cranbourne

    • July 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

  • Mornington Peninsula

    • July 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

  • Bass Coast

    • October 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

  • Cranbourne

    • October 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

  • Mornington Peninsula

    • October 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

  • $13,734*

    + $705 fees

  • Compare

  • Full price, Payment plan

    Additional fees may apply

    • Start
    • Duration
    • Delivery
  • Bass Coast

    • July 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

  • Cranbourne

    • July 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

  • Mornington Peninsula

    • July 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (2 years)

  • Bass Coast

    • October 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

  • Cranbourne

    • October 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

  • Mornington Peninsula

    • October 2017

    • Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (12 months), Part time (3 years)

*Verified June 20, 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
Research, Practical projects, Work placement
Work Placement
Check with provider
Payment Terms
For Payment Plans, the set terms of the direct debit agreements are either five months or 10 months, with the option of weekly, fortnightly or monthly payments. Additional charges will apply to students taking up this option, including a billing fee of 4.6 per cent of total course tuition costs and an administration fee of $10 (non-refundable).

Course Overview

This course in Conservation and Land Management builds on the knowledge and skills gained from the Cert III in Conservation and Land Management or gained through industry and life experience.

This course in Conservation and Land Management builds on the knowledge and skills gained from the Cert III in Conservation and Land Management or gained through industry and life experience. It will provide you with additional skills and knowledge, particularly in the planning and implementation of works, required to gain employment in the conservation, land management and environment industries.

Through this course you will gain experience in planning and implementing a variety of conservation and land management projects including: revegetation projects, mapping projects, plant ID, pest animal management and developing interpretive tours.

  • Soil Conservation Specialist
  • Community Coordinator (Conservation)
  • Landcare Supervisor
  • Lands, Parks and Wildlife Supervisor
  • National Parks Worker
  • Senior Conservation Worker
  • Indigenous Land Management Supervisor
  • Pest Control Supervisor (Feral Animals)
  • Weed Management Supervisor

Course Content

To obtain a Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management with Chisholm Institute, 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 12 Study Units must be completed to attain this qualification.

Core Units

1 Core Unit must be completed to attain this qualification.

  • Maintain work health and safety processes
    AHCWHS401

Elective Units

11 Elective Units must be completed to attain this qualification.

  • Cost a project
    AHCBUS402

  • Report on project
    AHCCCF402

  • Produce maps for land management purposes
    AHCLPW404

  • Monitor biodiversity
    AHCLPW405

  • Plan the implementation of revegetation works
    AHCNAR402

  • Develop a pest management plan
    AHCPMG412

  • Sample soils and interpret results
    AHCSOL401

Course Provider

Located in South East Melbourne, Chisholm Institute is a government-owned TAFE with certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, bachelors and graduate certificate courses.

Chisholm Institute has specialist automotive, trades and business-based learning centres with campus locations in Berwick, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Wonthaggi, Rosebud, Frankston and Melbourne City.

Registered
1998
Courses
431
Provider Type
Government
Restrictions

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