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Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management

AHC31416

Specialise in conservation and land management

Gain a recognised qualification in the conservation and land management industry. Participants can select a speciality focus area such as Indigenous land management, lands, parks and wildlife or natural area management.

This qualification is only available to businesses or organisations who are enrolling students to provide new skills or up-skilling within the Conservation and Land Management industry.

LOCATIONS

Cairns
Cape York
Torres Strait Islands
Northern Territory
Tasmania

DURATION

12 months (full-time)
18 months (part-time)

Dependent on past and current work history and experience.

1800 308 838

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Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements for this qualification.
The following qualifications and experience are desirable but not required:

  • Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management or other relevant qualification is desirable but not required

Or

  • Vocational experience assisting in a range of support roles without a formal Conservation and Land Management qualification

Specialise in conservation and land management

Gain a recognised qualification in the conservation and land management industry. Participants can select a speciality focus area such as Indigenous land management, lands, parks and wildlife or natural area management.

This qualification is only available to businesses or organisations who are enrolling students to provide new skills or up-skilling within the Conservation and Land Management industry.

The packaging rules for this qualification consist of 2 core (mandatory) units and 14 of the following elective units. You must be assessed as competent in all 16 units to attain this qualification.

CODE
TITLE
CORE / ELECTIVE

Demo Content

AHCWHS301
Contribute to work health and safety processes
Core
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to carry out enterprise work health and safety policies and procedures.
AHCWRK309
Apply environmentally sustainable work practices
Core
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to apply environmentally sustainable work practices.
AHCNAR301
Maintain natural areas
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to maintain natural areas.
AHCNAR303
Implement revegetation works
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to implement revegetation works in natural restoration areas.
AHCPMG301
Control weeds
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to plan and coordinate weed control activities.
AHCPMG302
Control plant pests, diseases and disorders
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to control plant pests, diseases and disorders, taking into consideration Integrated Pest Management options.
AHCPMG305
Survey pests
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to survey pest abundance by conducting ground counts, aerial counts or both.
AHCPMG307
Apply animal trapping technique
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to trap and hold live animals and release or humanely destroy. Animals may be native animals, domestic animals, animals determined to be pests or feral animals.
FWPCOT3202
Navigate in remote or trackless areas
Elective
Navigate in remote or trackless areas
AHCCHM303
Prepare and apply chemicals
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to prepare and apply chemicals for the control of pests across a range of industry sectors.
AHCCHM304
Transport and store chemicals
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to safely transport, handle and store liquid and dry chemical formulations across a broad range of industry sectors.
AHCFAU201
Recognise fauna
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to recognise and record fauna that are commonly encountered when undertaking agricultural, horticultural and land management activities.
AHCPGD301
Implement a plant establishment program
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to establish planting areas in new projects and in programs of extensive replacement and renovation works across a range of situations and environments.
AHCWRK305
Coordinate work site activities
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to coordinate work site activities for small scale projects.
AHCWRK203
Operate in isolated and remote situations
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to plan, prepare for and work safely in isolated and remote situations.
AHCPCM201
Recognise plants
Elective
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to recognise commonly encountered plants. Plants include desired species as well as weeds.

Fee for service
For information on applicable fees, phone 07 4044 1060 or email trainingsupport@trainingca.com.au

Funding options
Eligibility conditions apply to funding options. Please contact us for further information or to see if you qualify.

Traineeship (User Choice) funded by Queensland Government
For information about User Choice, cost (contribution fee), exemptions and entry requirements, please click on the link below or contact us to discuss further.

What is User Choice?

A contribution fee of $1.60 per nominal hour for each unit is to be paid by the employer or trainee.

Certificate 3 Guarantee
You may be eligible to receive Certificate 3 Guarantee funding for this qualification. To participate, you must meet the eligibility criteria below:

  • minimum of 15 years of age and no longer attending school
  • Australian citizen; Australian permanent resident (includes humanitarian entrant); temporary resident with necessary visa and work permits and on a pathway to permanent resident; or a New Zealand citizen
  • not hold and not be enrolled in Certificate III or higher, excluding those courses completed while still at school and Foundation Skills Training
  • not currently enrolled in another course.

What is Certificate 3 Guarantee?

The co-contribution fee represents the total cost of the course, to be paid by the participant, employer or third party prior to commencing training.

A co-contribution fee is divided by the full qualification unit total, for example: a total cost of $247 for 16 units = $15.43 per unit (non-concessional) or a total cost of $160 for 16 units = $10 per unit (concessional).

Non-concessional co-contribution fee – $247
Concessional co-contribution fee – $160 (evidence of concession will be required).

For information about our Refund policy, please click on the link below or contact TCA to discuss further.

TCA refund policy

For additional information about Certificate 3 Guarantee, click on the following factsheet provided by the Department of Training:

Certificate 3 Guarantee student fact sheet

Please be advised, you may longer be eligible for a government subsidised training place under the Certificate 3 Guarantee once you have completed this qualification.

On successful completion of this qualification, you will receive a Certificate in AHC31416 Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management.

On partial completion of this qualification, you will receive a Statement of Attainment AHC31416 Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management.

Job opportunities

Farming, parks and wildlife, Indigenous land management, conservation and revegetation or other roles in the conservation and land management industry.

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