RMIT University (RMIT)

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management

AHC51116

Melbourne City

This diploma prepares you for a career outdoors in land management with the ability to survey animals and plants, monitor waterways and assess and restore natural sites.

There are multiple ways to study Diploma of Conservation and Land Management with RMIT University (RMIT)

  • $10,500*

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  • Gov. subsidised (VIC)

    Additional fees may apply

    • Start
    • Duration
    • Delivery
  • Melbourne City

    • February 2018

    • Full time (2 years), Part time (4 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (2 years), Part time (4 years)

  • $22,500*

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  • Full price

    Additional fees may apply

    • Start
    • Duration
    • Delivery
  • Melbourne City

    • February 2018

    • Full time (2 years), Part time (4 years)

    • In class

    In class Full time (2 years), Part time (4 years)

*Verified June 23, 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
Check with Provider

One, some or all of these entry requirements must be met. Check with the provider before enrolling.

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.
  • Soil Conservation Specialist
  • Environmental Officer (Lands, Parks and Wildlife)
  • Land Management Unit Supervisor
  • Landcare Manager
  • Natural Resource Manager
  • Park Ranger
  • Indigenous Land Manager

Course Content

To obtain a Diploma of Conservation and Land Management with RMIT University (RMIT), 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 10 Study Units must be completed to attain this qualification.

Core Units

There are no Core Units for this qualification.

Elective Units

10 Elective Units must be completed to attain this qualification.

  • Conduct field research into natural and cultural resources
    AHCILM501

  • Inspect and monitor cultural places
    AHCLPW403

  • Develop a management plan for a designated area
    AHCLPW501

  • Conduct biological surveys
    AHCNAR502

  • Manage natural area restoration programs
    AHCNAR504

  • Collect and classify plants
    AHCPCM502

  • Define the pest problem
    AHCPMG413

  • Collect and manage data
    AHCWRK502

  • Prepare reports
    AHCWRK503

  • Develop and review catchment management plan
    NWP513B

Course Provider

By choosing RMIT, you’re choosing a global university recognised for leadership and innovation in technology, design and enterprise.

RMIT offer you an education that will prepare you for success, expose you to new ideas and equip you with skills and knowledge to transform your future.

At RMIT you will learn how to make a positive and lasting impact in your community. Your degree will be supported by our international reputation for excellence in professional and vocational education and quality research.

Registered
1995
Courses
208
Provider Type
Government
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