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Certificate II in Conservation And Land Management

National ID: AHC21016 | State ID: BDF0

 

Are you looking for a career working with plants and animals?

You will have the skills and knowledge to work effectively in the land conservation industry, operating machinery, recognising flora and fauna, planting shrubs and trees, organising propagation, restoring and maintaining wildlife habitat refuges, treating weeds, safely handling chemicals, collecting seeds, and implementing workplace safety and health measures.

Your qualification prepares you for roles such as:

Conservation and land management qualifications can lead to jobs in native plant nurseries, environmental weed control, catchment groups, mining industry, local government, government agencies and environmental management companies.

  • conservation worker
  • lands, parks and wildlife manager
  • ranger
  • bushcare worker
  • environmental worker
  • regeneration worker.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see
http://joboutlook.gov.au/

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management

Course overview

Course details

Course Overview

Where Peel
Duration One Semester full-time or equivalent part-time
How Full Time (On Campus)
Part Time
Traineeship
When Available Semester 2, 2017

Conservation and land management qualifications can lead to jobs in native plant nurseries, environmental weed control, catchment groups, mining industry, local government, government agencies and environmental management companies.

  • conservation worker
  • lands, parks and wildlife manager
  • ranger
  • bushcare worker
  • environmental worker
  • regeneration worker.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see
http://joboutlook.gov.au/

Further study opportunities:

Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

These fees are estimates only for students enrolling in government funded courses on a full time basis.

The indicative fees for a course may differ between training providers due to the units they have included in the course outline. These differences generally result from adapting courses to meet local industry needs. The actual cost of a course will also vary if different electives are chosen by the student.

Nominal hours are not hours of training or instruction. They are used to determine course fees and subsidy levels to reflect the cost to deliver quality training.

Other charges may apply.

Indicative Tuition Fees in 2017

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International students

Fees, charges, available locations, applications, and enrolment procedures for international students are different to those applicable to local students.

International students can only study full-time.

For information on international student fees and application, please follow this link to the  TAFE International WA website 

Module Group Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Participate in work health and safety processes AHCWHS201 BAT00
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices AHCWRK209 BAM98

Module Group Group A Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Collect native seed AHCNAR305 BAQ65
Observe and report plants or animals AHCILM202 BAT73
Maintain wildlife habitat refuges AHCNAR202 BAQ40
Recognise plants AHCPCM201 BAN27
Treat weeds AHCPMG201 BAR65
Assist with prescribed burning AHCFIR201 BAM76
Provide visitor information SITXCCS002 AWQ73
Observe environmental work practices AHCWRK202 BAR11
Carry out natural area restoration works AHCNAR201 BAN79
Work effectively in the industry AHCWRK204 BAR90
Use firearms to humanely destroy animals AHCPMG304 BAS09
Plant trees and shrubs AHCPGD201 BAP80
Recognise fauna AHCFAU201 BAP14
Apply animal trapping techniques AHCPMG307 BAR03
Participate in workplace communications AHCWRK205 BAQ86
Treat plant pests, diseases and disorders AHCPMG202 BAO90
Record information about Country AHCILM203 BAO55
Conduct erosion and sediment control activities AHCSAW201 BAO79
Maintain cultural places AHCILM201 BAO74
Collect, prepare and preserve plant specimens AHCPCM202 BAS68
Protect and preserve incident scene PUALAW001B D3774
Operate in isolated and remote situations AHCWRK203 BAS71
Respond to wildfire PUAFIR204B D3767
Conduct visual inspection of park facilities AHCPGD206 BAR23

Module Group Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Conduct excavator operations AHCMOM208 BAQ05
Operate two wheel motorbikes AHCMOM201 BAO27
Install, maintain and repair farm fencing AHCINF202 BAL59
Assist with landscape construction work AHCLSC201 BAR32
Install tree protection devices AHCLSC205 BAN71
Provide information on products and services AHCWRK208 BAO37
Licence to operate a forklift truck TLILIC2001 AWL73
Inspect and clean machinery for plant, animal and soil material AHCBIO201 BAQ11
Assist with soil or growing media sampling and testing AHCSOL202 BAS70
Undertake operational maintenance of machinery AHCMOM204 BAR92
Carry out basic electric fencing operations AHCINF201 BAR46
Fell small trees AHCPCM203 BAM51
Apply chemicals under supervision AHCCHM201 BAT45
Conduct grader operations AHCMOM206 BAQ34
Shift materials safely using manual handling methods TLID1001 AVJ76
Operate vehicles AHCMOM205 BAQ60
Observe and report on weather AHCWRK201 BAR34
Operate and maintain chainsaws AHCMOM213 BAS06
Process and maintain workplace information BSBINM201 AUI81
Observe enterprise quality assurance procedures AHCWRK206 BAO70
Operate a four wheel drive on unsealed roads FWPCOT3259 AXL04
Conduct dozer operations AHCMOM209 BAM66
Maintain properties and structures AHCINF203 BAR98
Install aggregate paths AHCLSC203 BAM38
Undertake propagation activities AHCNSY203 BAL43
Conduct scraper operations AHCMOM210 BAP77
Operate tractors AHCMOM202 BAN17
Collect and record production data AHCWRK207 BAR51
Care for nursery plants AHCNSY202 BAQ20
Provide first aid in remote situations HLTAID005 WG734
Operate basic machinery and equipment AHCMOM203 BAU05
Provide basic emergency life support HLTAID002 WG731
Conduct front-end loader operations AHCMOM207 BAT56
Use business technology BSBWOR204 AUK98
Provide first aid HLTAID003 WG732
  • This course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in Semester Two 2017, apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au/ on or after May 1st, 2017 and before June 12th, 2017.
  • Online courses normally have enrolments available ongoing at any time, for help enrolling or for more information
    call: 1800 001 001 or email: info@smtafe.wa.edu.au
  • For apprenticeships and traineeships (where available), you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.
  • For international students (where available), contact
    www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.
  • For all other courses, or if you need help or have questions please call us on
    1800 001 001 or email us at info@smtafe.wa.edu.au

Please note: All enrolling students will require a Unique Student Identifier number.

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate I or Certificate II

South Metropolitan TAFE maintains strong relationships with a number of universities. On completion of diploma and advanced diploma courses, students may be eligible for credit towards a bachelor degree at one of our university partners. For details of our university pathway options, visit our Uni Pathways page.

Please note: Different university entrance arrangements may apply to international students. For further details please contact the individual Universities directly.

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