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If you're looking to build a career conserving Australia’s unique biodiversity, undertaking one of our Conservation Land Management (CLM) courses is a great first step. We offer both diploma and certificate courses, taught by passionate teachers with a wealth of academic and industry knowledge/experience. Classes involve a balance of classroom and field-based activities with our industry partners, incorporating studies in natural conservation, bush regeneration and natural resource and animal management making the experience both fun and educational. 

Our Glen Waverly campus is ideally located at the gateway to the Dandenong Ranges and a short drivie to the parks and reserves on the Mornington Peninsula and Westernport. Students take part in regular fieldtrips and camps to destinations such as French Island, Grampians National Park, Cape Otway National Park, Lake Eildon and Murray Sunset region. 

Conservation and Land Management Open Days

Join us for an overview of the Horticulture industry. Our expert teachers will provide you with the information you need to study a course in horticulture, arboriculture, landscape construction and design, parks and gardens, nursery, turf or sustainability.

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Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management

AHC40916

The Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management will give you experience in planning and implementing a range of conservation and land management projects including mapping and biodiversity projects, inspection and monitoring cultural places, re-vegetation projects, plant identification, pest plant and animal management, developing interpretive activities, fauna management, and flora and fauna identification.

Duration: Full time 1 year, Part time Variable
Intakes: February, July
Campus: Glen Waverley

The Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management will give you experience in planning and implementing a range of conservation and land management projects including mapping and biodiversity projects, inspection and monitoring cultural places, re-vegetation projects, plant identification, pest plant and animal management, developing interpretive activities, fauna management, and flora and fauna identification.

Diploma of Conservation and Land Management

AHC51116

The Diploma of Conservation and Land Management provides you with a thorough understanding of environmental science, its specialised skills, and knowledge in general land management.

Duration: Full time 18 months, Part time Variable
Intakes: February
Campus: Glen Waverley

The Diploma of Conservation and Land Management provides you with a thorough understanding of environmental science, its specialised skills, and knowledge in general land management.

Take a tour of our horticulture and environment department

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