This course can be paid off through an interest free payment plan of between $25 – $35 per week. Alternatively, this course qualifies for a discount for upfront payment.
2 key modules made up of 16 lessons. Completion of this course requires approximately 200 hours of study.
Just because you are studying online, doesn’t mean you are studying alone. Feel totally supported with access to full tutor support over the phone and via email 6 days a week.
This certificate is accredited through the International Approval & Registration Centre (IARC). A non-profit, global organisation to help you gain employment.
Access to your course online 24/7, allowing you to study when it suits your schedule. When you are ready to learn, the learning management system is ready to teach.
Year on year our wildlife and wildlife habitats dwindle.
Studying wildlife conservation and management is ideal for those wildlife warriors who are committed to keeping our native flora and fauna intact! This wonderful course is perfect for beginner learners who have a passion for conservation.
This Wildlife conservation and management certificate will not only teach conservation techniques but also sustainable wildlife management practises that you the student can then share with future employers and the rest of the country.
Being one of the more comprehensive wildlife conservation and management courses online, this course has been specifically designed from the ground up by industry professionals to put you in good stead to develop a strong foundation of the industry and elevate your expertise above others looking to succeed in this highly popular and competitive industry.
Many of our students will complete this course and go on to secure roles in the industry or even take their studies further to university.
If you are passionate about wildlife, then the Wildlife conservation and management certificate is where to start!
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