Conservation and Land Management Courses
Courses in conservation and land management are the ideal pathway into professional careers in horticulture, farming and landcare in Australia. Learn how to develop and deliver strategic plans for conservation, analyse data, create goals for long-term results and apply leadership as a graduate to make an impact on the environment.
Here are some potential career pathways within Conservation and Land Management Courses. Click on the occupation for information on the course you should enrol in to start your journey.
Conservation and Land Management
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There are 3 courses available for people who want a career in Conservation and Land Management. These are the most popular courses.
A Diploma of Community Coordination and Facilitation AHC51216 is perfect for anyone wanting to take a more active role in landcare activities in their community. Students gain skills in business administration while learning how to develop and form community groups, goals and projects with a land...
An Advanced Diploma of Horticulture AHC60216 is great for farming professionals and horticulturalists who need management and leadership skills. This qualification focuses heavily on business administration and students choose up to 8 units from a range of electives in business analysis, strategi...
The Advanced Diploma of Conservation and Land Management AHC60415 is a business qualification for farming and landcare professionals needing high-end administration skills. The course is structured so all the units completed are from the Business specialisation, and students graduate knowing how ...