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Conservation & Land Management

Study Conservation and Land Management and help protect our natural environment.

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Have a positive impact on the world

There's no better time to join the environment industry. Working in conservation, you'll make an important contribution to the health of our environment, protecting our unique natural landscape for generations to come. Learn core skills and theory in land management, conservation, revegetation, and environmental protection.

Courses

Get a recognised qualification with one of our accredited courses. We offer a range of courses in different areas, so no matter what your goals are, we have a course for you.

Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management (AHC31416)

Take your passion for land care to the next level with a Certificate III in Conservation Land Management from GOTAFE.

"You'll see people sometimes say conservation doesn't really matter that much. What you don't realise is just how much of your life depends on the environment."

– Prue

Why study with GOTAFE?

Real-life training facilities

Our Trainers are all industry-experienced, with a strong passion for environmental protection. You'll learn both on campus and on field trips, where you'll participate in local conservation projects and challenges.

Our campus facilities include a working farm, a production nursery, and a creek, so you'll have plenty of opportunities for hands-on, practical field experience, learn plant ID, flora and fauna counts, and land management.

Take your studies to the next level

Our courses act as a pathway to further study at the Diploma level or at university, and you can customise your training with qualifications in Horticulture and Agriculture. Whatever your career ambition, we'll teach you the skills and knowledge you need to succeed.

A world of opportunities

Whether you choose to stay local, or take your career elsewhere, you'll have the skills to take you where you want to go. Australia is home to up to 700,000 native species, and 69% of tourists engage in nature-based activities while visiting Australia.