With climate change on the global agenda, there’s no better time to improve the natural environment and target sustainability. Opportunities are endless to regenerate damaged landscapes, conserve pristine and culturally important areas, and create new public green spaces. Keep our planet clean by choosing waste management or focus your studies on environmental impact monitoring or firefighting.
Conserve our wild spaces. Learn how to protect native species, control weeds and revegetate our natural environment with a course in conservation and land management.
Make a difference when you begin a conservation and land management course. Gain the foundational skills you need, learn from industry professionals and build your conservation and land management knowledge to launch an exciting and meaningful career.
Cultivate your love for the outdoors with the Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management, and develop the skills to manage, protect and regenerate the world around us. Work locally but create a global impact with organisations including national parks and local councils.
Broaden your knowledge of natural systems and sustainable landscapes, as you develop plans to revegetate a degraded site, manage pests, monitor biodiversity and protect sites of cultural significance.
Measure environmental impacts on land and in waterways using the latest technology. Analyse samples and assist environmental scientists and engineers with site assessment.
If you can see yourself at the frontline tackling metro flames or bushfires, or organising and activating troops, now is the time to study a course in firefighting.
Learn how an organisation can make sustainability a core economic priority and adopt sustainable systems. Make a difference in this exciting and evolving field.
Make your mark on the planet and become an environmental and sustainability warrior. You’ll develop the ability to affect positive change by assessing, implementing and monitoring workplace environmental practice no matter your industry while being recognised for making the world a better place.
Arm yourself with technical know-how to segregate and transfer waste at a disposal or recycling facility.