CEM I & II Certificates

Conservation & Ecosystem Management Certificates I & II

We aim to inspire the next generation of Aboriginal National Park rangers, weed sprayers, tree planters, homeland caring for country rangers and feral animal experts. These courses can be run in any Aboriginal workplace anywhere in the Northern Territory, our trainers will travel to remote Indigenous communities.

Certificate I & II are only delivered for groups of a minimum of twelve (12) people, we will travel to your remote community to deliver the training. The training must be fun and engage the students in a positive way, the focus is on practical land management and conservation.

Conservation & Ecosystem Management Certificates I & II

This course is nationally recognised throughout Australia

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Do you have a ranger groups or council workers that are interested in learning about plants, animals and the natural world? Land management is a great field of work you can be out bush working in pristine environments or rehabilitating land for future generations.  We have many years experience working with Indigenous groups and will focus on the needs of each location. 

Certificate I in Conservation & Ecosystem Management (AHC10120)

Core Units – Must do

  • AHCECR101 Support ecological restoration
  • AHCWRK101 Maintain the workplace
  • AHCWHS101 Work Safely

Electives – Choose three (3) units from the following:

  • AHCCHM101 Follow basic chemical safety rules
  • AHCMOM101 Assist with routine maintenance of machinery and equipment
  • AHCILM202 Observe and report plants or animals
  • AHCPCM204 Recognise plants
  • AHCPDG207 Plant trees and shrubs

Certificate II in Conservation & Ecosystem Management (AHC21020)

Fifteen (15) Units Total - Core Units Must Do

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

Thirteen (13) elective units - Group A Electives: Must do a minimum of 4 units

  • AHCPMG201 Treat weeds
  • AHCILM202 Observe and report plants or animals
  • AHCPGD212 Conduct visual inspection of park facilities
  • AHCBIO203 Inspect and clean machinery, tools and equipment to preserve biosecurity
  • AHCPCM204 Recognise plants

Must do the remaining units from Group A or B Electives or 3 units from other

  • AHCCHM201 Apply chemicals under supervision
  • AHCMOM202 Operate tractor
  • AHCMOM203 Operate basic machinery and equipment
  • AHCMOM204 Undertake operational maintenance of machinery
  • AHCMOM213 Operate and maintain chainsaws
  • AHCPCM205 Fell small trees – pre-requisite chainsaw
  • AHCMOM216 Operate side by side utility vehicle
  • AHCMOM217 Operate quad bikes
  • AHCNSY206 Care for nursery plants
  • AHCNSY207 Undertake propagation activities
  • AHCSOL203 Assist with soil or growing media sampling and testing
  • AHCPDG207 Plant trees and shrubs
  • FWPCOT3259 Operate a four-wheel drive vehicle on unsealed roads
  • HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • HLTAID010 Provide basic emergency life support
  • HLTAID011 Provide first aid
  • HLTAID013 Provide first aid in remote or isolated site

Three (3) units from other

  • AHCINF204 Fabricate and repair metal or plastic structures
  • AHCPMG301 Control weeds
  • AHCCHM307 Prepare and apply chemicals for to control pests, weeds and diseases
  • AHCCHM304 Transport and store chemicals
  • FWPCOT3259 Operate a four-wheel drive vehicle on unsealed roads
  • FWPFGM3215 Perform complex 4X4 operations
  • FWPCOT3260 Recover four wheel drive vehicles

Certificate I in Conservation & Ecosystem Management (AHC10120) Welding course

We aim to inspire the next generation of people that wish to control weeds or feral animals and environmental scientists. The CEM or Conservation & Ecosystem Management qualifications can be delivered anywhere in the Northern Territory, our trainers will travel to remote Indigenous communities to deliver the CEM I or II qualifications.

Certificate I & II are only delivered for groups of a minimum of twelve (12) people, we will travel to your remote community to deliver the training. The training must be fun and engage the students in a positive way, the focus is on practical land management and conservation.