Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management AHC21016

Assessments are made against units of competency from the Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management AHC21016.
  • Assist with soil or growing media sampling and testing (AHCSOL202)
  • Participate in workplace communications (AHCWRK205)
  • Conduct erosion and sediment control activities (AHCSAW201)
  • Treat weeds (AHCPMG201)
  • Assist with landscape construction work (AHCLSC201)
  • Treat plant pests, diseases and disorders (AHCPMG202)
  • Apply chemicals under supervision (AHCCHM201)
  • Install aggregate paths (AHCLSC203)
  • Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices (AHCWRK209)
  • Recognise plants (AHCPCM201)
  • Carry out natural area restoration works (AHCNAR201)
  • Plant trees and shrubs (AHCPGD201)
  • Participate in work health and safety processes (AHCWHS201)
  • Collect native seed (AHCNAR305)
  • Work effectively in the industry (AHCWRK204)

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

This training is subsidised by the NSW Government for eligible participants. Please contact the College on 4353 0017 to check your eligibility.

Get your environmental career off the ground with a Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management. Gain practical experience and theoretical knowledge in the application of conservation and land management projects including bush regeneration, revegetation, plant and weed identification and control, local area ecosystems and environmental issues. This nationally recognised qualification is delivered on the NSW Central Coast and includes discussion, practical hands-on landscape work, problem solving and completion of assignment and projects in preparation for assessment. All materials are included.


Eligibility Requirements:
To be eligible for Smart and Skilled, participants need to be:

  • 15 Years old or over
  • Living or working in NSW
  • No longer at school
  • An Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident
  • Australian permanent humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen

Content

  • AHCWHS201 Participate in work health and safety processes
  • AHCWRK209 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
  • AHCNAR305 Collect native seed
  • AHCLSC201 Assist with landscape construction work
  • AHCPMG201 Treat weeds
  • AHCSAW201 Conduct erosion and sediment control activities
  • AHCCHM201 Apply chemicals under supervision
  • AHCPMG202 Treat plant pests, diseases and disorders
  • AHCNAR201 Carry out natural area restoration works
  • AHCPGD201 Plant trees and shrubs
  • AHCSOL202 Assist with soil or growing media sampling and testing
  • AHCPCM201 Recognise plants
  • AHCLSC203 Install aggregate paths
  • AHCWRK204 Work effectively in the industry
  • AHCWRK205 Participate in workplace communications

Outcomes/Benefits

As part of this hands-on program you will gain an understanding of:

  • Bush regeneration techniques
  • How to propagate seeds
  • Plant identification and planting
  • Basic landscaping construction
  • How to treat weeds
  • How to install aggregate pathways
  • How to work with the environment so it works for you
  • About ecology and sustinable agriculture
  • Workplace safety
  • How to work effectively in a land and conservation environment

What to Bring

Students are advised that they will need to wear fully enclosed rubber soled shoes, a sun hat and a sufficient supply of sun screen for outdoor activities.

Additional Information

Information Pack – Subsidised Pathway course information
Expression of Interest Form

Information Pack – Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management AHC21010