AHC31416 – Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management
What is the course about?
This qualification is suitable for people wanting work in land, flora and fauna conservation.
Job titles may include: Conservation worker, National Parks worker, Revegetation worker.
What is it going to do for me?
It provides students with the skills & knowledge needed to work under supervision as a skilled operator or assistant to a manager in the conservation & land management industry. Students complete a range of general conservation & land management modules & may choose electives from a range of industry specific modules. Depending on the subject chosen, you will be able to:
- Maintaining wildlife habitats
- Restoration of natural areas.
- Identifying plants and collect seed for flora restoration projects
- Control weeds and pests
- Maintain fencelines that protect natural flora and fauna
How long is it going to take?
As an ‘independent’ student (not studied under Contract of Training conditions) the learning can be self-paced; so the length of time to complete the qualification is dependent on the learner’s current skills and ability to commit time to their studies. As a Traineeship (studied under a Contract of Training) this qualification has a nominal length of 36 months (3 years). This can be shortened depending on your current skills, which can go towards recognition of prior learning (RPL).
How is the qualification delivered?
If you are currently employed in conservation and land management, training can be delivered through a Traineeship. The trainers come to your workplace & use your practical work experience combined with the bookwork to help you achieve your certificate. If you are currently not employed in Conservation & land management, ARO can still help you. Please contact us to discuss your options.
What does the course contain?
- Completion of Sixteen (16 )units including two (2) core units
- A minimum of four (4) units must come from elective group A
- A minimum of six (6) units must come from elective groups A or B
- A maximum of four (4) units may be selected from units aligned to Certificates II, III or IV in AHC10 or from any other currently endorsed Training Package or accredited course. Selected units must meet job outcomes relevant to conservation and land management.
|AHCWHS301||Contribute to Work Health and Safety processes|
|AHCWRK309||Apply environmentally sustainable work practices|
|AHCNAR301||Maintain natural areas|
|AHCPCM302||Provide information on plants and their culture|
|AHCNSY305||Prepared specialised plants|
|AHCPGD301||Implement a plant establishment program|
|AHCPMG302||Control plant pests, diseases and disorders|
|AHCPCM303||Identify plant specimens|
|AHCBIO302||Identify and report unusual disease or plant pest signs|
|AHCCHM303||Prepare and apply chemicals|
|AHCCHM304||Transport, handle and store chemicals|
|AHCSOL303||Implement soil improvements for garden and turf areas|
|AHCNAR303||Implement revegetation works|
|AHCNAR305||Collect native seed|
|AHCNSY306||Implement a propagation plan|
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I have used ARO Educational Services for the last 3 years and from a small business owner I can only say how professional, helpful and patient they have been is assisting with training our staff over this time.Andrew Frazer, Frazer Gardens and Landscapes
Over 11 years experience with ARO from apprenticeship to Advanced Diploma. They gave all possible guidance & help. Their trainers were always readily accessible and the course was made to fit around my work. My study with ARO has been invaluable to my career.Barri Thomas, Hillside Herbs