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AHC40916 Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management

National ID: AHC40916 | State ID: BCZ9

Experience some of nature's greatest gifts and learn how best to preserve them.

This qualification assists participants to build on their existing skills within the conservation and land management industry, preparing them for employment in supervisory/management roles. Participants will gain practical skills in planning, implementing, costing and budgeting for conservation and land management projects. Participants will also gain skills in occupational health and safety, biodiversity practices, and gain knowledge on the natural environment.

Throughout this course, students will complete written assignments and work in teams to undertake a range of programs on country.

This course is delivered on country to ranger groups in the North West.

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How to apply

How to apply
Local student - all study modes

For most courses at North Regional TAFE, you can enrol anytime. Please visit our Apply and Enrol page, contact us on 1300 996 573, email or drop into your local campus.

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To undertake an apprenticeship or traineeship, you must be engaged in a training contract with an employer. To find out more about apprenticeships and traineeships, please click here.

High school students

Please visit our VET delivered to secondary students page by clicking here.

International students

Please apply through TAFE International Western Australia (TIWA) by clicking here.

Delivery location, important dates and study options

Available all year

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Duration 1 year
When Available all year
Where Broome Campus
Derby Campus
Karratha Campus
Kununurra Campus
Pundulmurra (South Hedland) Campus
How Face-to-face block delivery
Face-to-face off campus delivery
On the job/on location
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Page last updated January 20, 2021