This qualification provides an occupational outcome in conservation and land management. Work would be carried out under general guidance and supervision. The qualification enables individuals to select an Indigenous land management, conservation earthworks, lands, parks and wildlife or natural area management context as a job focus or a mix of these.

Study and Career Pathways

Students graduating from this program will be able to enroll into any Certificate III or higher vocational program. Graduates may be able to secure employment in any entry level position.


This program has approximately 570 nominal hours or two days per week over 20 weeks or, one day per week over 40 weeks. Intakes are at the commencement of each semester.

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements to this qualification, although, it is suggested that students should have a reasonable level of year 10 attainment.

Packaging Rules

This qualification consists of 15 units of competency including 2 core units and 13 electives.

Unit List


  • AHCWHS201 Participate in workplace health and safety processes
  • AHCWRK209 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices


  • AHCCHM201 Apply chemicals under supervision
  • AHCINF202 Install, maintain and repair farm fencing
  • AHCMOM203 Operate basic machinery and equipment
  • AHCNAR201 Carry out natural are restoration works
  • AHCPCM201 Recognise plants
  • AHCWRK204 Work effectively in the industry
  • AHCWRK205 Participate in workplace communications
  • AHCWRK302 Climate and weather
  • AHCPMG201 Treat weeds
  • AHCPGD201 Plant trees and Shrubs
  • AHCLSK209 Monitor water supplies
  • AHCBIO201 Inspect & clean machinery for plant, animal & soil material
  • AHCWRK201 Observe and report on weather


  • The full fee for this qualification is; $ 2,153.80
  • Each individual unit fee is; $ 143.59 per unit

Enrolment fees can be paid as an entire of qualification lump sum.

Student who study this qualification over a longer period of time can pay by each unit upon enrolment as defined in their Student Training Plan.

How to Enroll

If enrolling by distance, download and complete the enrolment form from the Yalga-binbiĀ  and email to

Completed enrolment forms can also be posted to; PO Box 2773, Bundaberg, Q, 4670, or forms can be submitted in person at; 2 Marina Drive Burnett Heads, 4670.

Enrolling students will be considered for a place on the program and if accepted, will be provided with Yalga-binbi bank details for the transfer of enrolment fees.