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AHC31421 Certificate III in Conservation and Ecosystem Management

AHC31421 Certificate III in Conservation and Ecosystem Management

National ID AHC31421 State ID BHM6

Work for the future.

The Certificate III in Conservation and Ecosystem Management provides participants with a solid understanding of the conservation and land management industry.

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Conservation and ecosystem

CampusesBatavia Coast Maritime Institute.

When Semester 2, 2024. Available all year round.

Study Mode On campus. Online.

Experience the lay of the land for yourself.

This qualification provides you with the skills and theoretical knowledge for work or further learning in the conservation and ecosystem management industry. You'll gain a broad range of skills or you can focus on one or more specialisations, including:

  • Indigenous land management
  • Ecological restoration
  • Land, parks and wildlife management
  • Pest controller
  • Conservation earthworks
  • Marine operations
  • Fire management

Some things you'll learn:

  • How to maintain natural areas and wetlands
  • How to provide cultural knowledge
  • How to create a revegetation program
  • How to plant shrubs and tree
  • How to treat weeds and collect seeds

This course is right for you if...

  • Love to work outdoors
  • Recognise the value in restoration of natural bushland and coastal areas
  • You enjoy learning about geography, biology, and chemistry
  • You enjoy doing physically active work
  • You're able to communicate and explain things clearly to people

Important information

Select your preferred campus and apply

Available all year round, 2024

Details

When Available all year round, 2024
Where Batavia Coast Maritime Institute
How Self Paced External

Units and fees

To attain this qualification, you are required to successfully complete sixteen (16) units of competence, comprising two (2) core and fourteen (14) elective units selected from the options provided below. 

For an approximate fee estimate, mark the boxes below corresponding to the number of units needed for this course. The estimated fees will be displayed on the right-hand side

Core

National ID Unit title General fee Concession Resource fee
AHCECR309 Conduct an ecological and cultural site inspection prior to works $292.50 $87.30 $0.00
AHCWHS301 Contribute to work health and safety processes $130.00 $38.80 $0.00

Elective

National ID Unit title General fee Concession Resource fee
Transport and store chemicals
$65.00 $19.40 $0.00
Prepare and apply chemicals to control pest, weeds and diseases
$227.50 $67.90 $0.00
Maintain native ecosystem areas
$97.50 $29.10 $0.00
Collect native seed
$113.75 $33.95 $0.00
Implement ecosystem reconstruction works
$260.00 $77.60 $0.00
Identify fauna in the field
$146.25 $43.65 $0.00
Collect, prepare and preserve plant specimens
$78.00 $23.28 $0.00
Identify plant specimens
$260.00 $77.60 $0.00
Provide information on plants and their culture
$130.00 $38.80 $0.00
Control weeds
$97.50 $29.10 $0.00
Monitor weather conditions
$78.00 $23.28 $0.00
Coordinate work site activities
$130.00 $38.80 $0.00
Produce basic maps
$130.00 $38.80 $0.00
Navigate in remote or trackless areas
$81.25 $24.25 $0.00

Please note: Course information and fees are subject to change without notice.

  • Fees may differ between campus locations due to the difference between elective units in the course study plan or a need to adapt courses to meet local industry needs.
  • Fees may also differ for individuals depending on units of study selected, prior qualifications and recognition of prior learning (RPL).
  • Fees are payable at the time of enrolment.
  • Total fees quoted include tuition fees and resource fees. You may also be required to purchase text books, uniforms or other personal equipment that are not included in this fee estimate.
  • For Lower Fees, Local Skills (half-price) courses please refer to additional eligibility information above.
  • Concession rates: If eligible, proof of concession must be presented.
  • Concessions and the secondary school age fee cap do not apply to commercial courses (short courses), or Foundation Programs (i.e ESL and General Education).
  • Secondary school aged persons (in 2024, students born on or after 1 July 2006 who are at least 15 years old in 2024) undertaking training that is not part of a VET Delivered to Secondary Schools program, the maximum course (tuition) fee chargeable is $420. Additional resource fees and discretionary fees may apply. 
  • VET Student Loans for eligible courses and fee caps may be subject to changes implemented by the Australian Government.

More information: Visit our fees and payment options page or call us on 1800 672 700

Semester 2, 2024

Details

Duration 1 Semester
When Semester 2, 2024
Where Batavia Coast Maritime Institute
How Classroom

Units and fees

To attain this qualification, you are required to successfully complete sixteen (16) units of competence, comprising two (2) core and fourteen (14) elective units selected from the options provided below. 

For an approximate fee estimate, mark the boxes below corresponding to the number of units needed for this course. The estimated fees will be displayed on the right-hand side

Core

National ID Unit title General fee Concession Resource fee
AHCECR309 Conduct an ecological and cultural site inspection prior to works $292.50 $87.30 $19.44
AHCWHS301 Contribute to work health and safety processes $130.00 $38.80 $10.10

Elective

National ID Unit title General fee Concession Resource fee
Transport and store chemicals
$65.00 $19.40 $3.77
Prepare and apply chemicals to control pest, weeds and diseases
$227.50 $67.90 $16.29
Maintain native ecosystem areas
$97.50 $29.10 $7.93
Read and interpret maps
$113.75 $33.95 $7.93
Implement ecosystem reconstruction works
$260.00 $77.60 $17.41
Identify fauna in the field
$146.25 $43.65 $10.10
Identify plant specimens
$260.00 $77.60 $18.70
Provide information on plants and their culture
$130.00 $38.80 $7.93
Control weeds
$97.50 $29.10 $6.81
Survey pests
$211.25 $63.05 $21.68
Coordinate work site activities
$130.00 $38.80 $19.44
Operate in isolated and remote situations
$162.50 $48.50 $24.75
Store and retrieve basic spatial data
$32.50 $9.70 $2.69
Produce basic maps
$130.00 $38.80 $9.02

Please note: Course information and fees are subject to change without notice.

  • Fees may differ between campus locations due to the difference between elective units in the course study plan or a need to adapt courses to meet local industry needs.
  • Fees may also differ for individuals depending on units of study selected, prior qualifications and recognition of prior learning (RPL).
  • Fees are payable at the time of enrolment.
  • Total fees quoted include tuition fees and resource fees. You may also be required to purchase text books, uniforms or other personal equipment that are not included in this fee estimate.
  • For Lower Fees, Local Skills (half-price) courses please refer to additional eligibility information above.
  • Concession rates: If eligible, proof of concession must be presented.
  • Concessions and the secondary school age fee cap do not apply to commercial courses (short courses), or Foundation Programs (i.e ESL and General Education).
  • Secondary school aged persons (in 2024, students born on or after 1 July 2006 who are at least 15 years old in 2024) undertaking training that is not part of a VET Delivered to Secondary Schools program, the maximum course (tuition) fee chargeable is $420. Additional resource fees and discretionary fees may apply. 
  • VET Student Loans for eligible courses and fee caps may be subject to changes implemented by the Australian Government.

More information: Visit our fees and payment options page or call us on 1800 672 700

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