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Certificate I in Conservation and Land Management (AHC10116)

This course provides foundation skills for those learners who are new to the industry or have the desire to work in the plant, animal or conservation area.  This course offers students entry level parks and wildlife skills and experience, including training in the land management sector, with hands-on training across a wide range of land management and nursery skills.

Work Health and Safety; to be able to work safely in the industry, and to be able to protect yourself and others where the potential for injury or accidents are present. Learn how to maintain a safe work place.

Undertake operational maintenance of machinery: Learn the skills and knowledge required to undertake operational maintenance of machinery. Soil analysis: to understand the properties and make up of soils and growing media.

Identify native flora and fauna:  learn to identify species and habitats, and understand the relationships between environment and species.

Plant propagation: practical, ongoing propagation on plants, and learn the many methods of propagation.

Nursery work: following the propagation of various species, learn how to care for and grow on those plants.

Weed control: Learn to identify various weeds, including specific listed, problem weeds. To apply methods of control, including non-chemical control, environmental control and chemical control.

pdf AHC10116 – Course Flyer

pdf Course Guide – Cert I CLM v1.1 2019

pdf AHC10116 – Enrolment Form

Ready to enrol? Submit your expression of interest here.