Diploma of Conservation & Land Management Information Session
Protect endangered species. Advise on bush fire prevention programs. Manage waterway redevelopment projects. Take your love for the environment and make it your career.
Becoming an expert in conservation and land management means you can work in rural, suburban and metro settings with a large amount of time being spent outdoors. You may wish to work in a laboratory or you might prefer working outdoors.
It provides the participants with the skills and knowledge to work in community co-ordination and facilitation, indigenous land management, lands parks and wildlife, natural area restoration, vertebrate pest management and weed management.
Students study the management of fauna populations, conduct biological surveys and collect and classify plants and will develop sound scientific and critical analysis skills.
The Diploma is a very hands on program with a strong emphasis on practical learning. Upon completion, students have strong field experience with underpinning knowledge.
If you are interested in training in Conservation & Land Management the feel free to attend the Diploma of Conservation & Land Management information session
Location: Rural Skills Centre | cnr Gilles and Gregory Sts | Ballarat
When: 6.00pm to 7.00pm | Wednesday June 5th | 2019
For full course please visit:
https://study.federation.edu.au/#/course/DLLI?fromTAFE - Diploma of Conservation & Land Management
Concessions available (subject to eligibility)
This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. RTO code 4909.
For further information, contact 5327 6540 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org