Horticulture and CLM

AHC21016 Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management

AHC21016 – Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management is part of the Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management (CLM) Training Package. This qualification provides people with general vocational skills in conservation and land management and is suitable for those people that would be working under general guidance and supervision in the workplace. It covers land and conservation work; lands, parks and wildlife natural area restoration; weed management and; vertebrate pest management. Core training covers workplace health and safety and observing environmental work practices.

This qualification is suitable for individuals who have gained employment (or are volunteering) within a Conservation and Land Management workplace for the purpose of undertaking an Apprenticeship or those that are wishing to gain a formal qualification within their field of work. All participants must have access to a relevant workplace.

Apprentices

This course is for people who are employed in a CLM workplace, and have a training contract.  You could complete the full AHC21016 – Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management within twelve (12) months on the job.

For more information on Apprenticeships go to our Apprenticeship and Traineeship page.

Non-Apprentices

To complete this course participants must have access to a relevant workplace where conservation and land management activities can take place. The time it takes to complete the full AHC21016 – Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management depends on your work experience and exposure within the relevant workplace, however majority of participants would take approximately twelve (12) months when working full time or longer if part time. Learning will be a combination of on-the-job and off-the-job attending classes.

Career Opportunities

This course may lead to the following career opportunities:

  • Trainee Park Ranger
  • Field Officer
  • Local government worker in natural area management
  • Land rehabilitation worker
  • Conservation worker for a local or state authority

Location, Dates and Times

NORTH
Alanvale Campus

  • You can start this course at any time
  • You must either be employed in industry or have access to a relevant workplace to complete the practical component of training
  • Contact us on 1300 655 307 to express your interest

NORTHWEST
Burnie Campus

  • You can start this course at any time
  • You must either be employed in industry or have access to a relevant workplace to complete the practical component of training
  • Contact us on 1300 655 307 to express your interest

Learning Options

This course may be delivered via the following study modes:

  • On campus
  • Workplace

Assessment Process

Assessments are designed to help you demonstrate your skills and knowledge.   They allow us to confirm you can perform to the standard required in the workplace, to meet all of the requirements of the course.

Examples of assessments for this course may include;

  • Written short answer
  • Verbal questioning
  • Complete Workplace Documents
  • Observations on the job

Recognition of Prior Learning

It makes sense that you should be recognised for the things you already know how to do.  TasTAFE can assess your skills and knowledge based on your previous education, work history or life experience.  This may help you gain your qualification a whole lot faster.

For further details please refer to www.tastafe.tas.edu.au/future/recognition/

Fees and Payments

For fee and payment information relating to TasTAFE qualifications, please refer to www.tastafe.tas.edu.au/future/fees-and-payments/

Essential Requirements

There are no essential entry requirements for this course however all participants must have access to a suitable workplace/site.

Suitability

An interview process will be conducted to ensure this is the right course for you.

Student Support

TasTAFE’s enrolment and orientation process provides information about our resources, services and support.
Further details relating to Student Support Services are available here –  https://www.tastafe.tas.edu.au/current/student-support/

Outcome

AHC21016 – Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management

Qualification Requirements

To achieve this qualification, competency must be demonstrated in:

  • 15 units of competency:  2 core units plus 13 elective units.

Elective units must ensure the integrity of the qualification’s Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) alignment and contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome.

Contact us today for a list of electives.

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