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Noosa & District Landcare – Training

The Noosa & District Landcare training program enables us to create partnerships, and pathways for jobs within our community.

We do this through traineeships, workshops and field-based events, which teaches new skills, builds local knowledge and capacity, and positively engages our community.

Organisation

Our integrated training and education program is the most important aspect of the services provided by Noosa & District Landcare Group and is embedded in all that we do.

The training package enables us to disperse information and positively influence the broader community. In turn, this supports the application of educated choices when implementing sustainable conservation practices within the natural environment.

This program covers:-

  • Range of Membership levels – all Members include regular Updates and Newsletters
  • Landcare LinkUp – 10 workshops each year on land/water/wildlife management topics
  • Gold Member Property Visits
  • Field Based Demonstrations & Events
  • Periodic Community Tree Planting Events
  • On-the-job learning with continuous improvement as a focus
  • Cert 1 Training Conservation and Land Management
  • Cert 1 Retail
  • Cert III Conservation and Land Management

Interested in finding out further information? > Contact Noosa Landcare

Traineeships

Noosa and District Landcare host Certificate 1 and Cert III traineeships in Conservation and Ecosystem Management.

Certificate 1 traineeships details below.
Certificate 3 traineeships are usually filled by internal applicants only. Where that is not the case, we will advertise via Facebook and Instagram.
Please check our Facebook page and Instagram for notifications.

Noosa and District Landcare are able to provide these opportunities for employment and training with assistance from the Queensland Government Skilling Queenslanders for Work Program.

Traineeships Starting

Conservation and Ecosystem Management Certificate 1 – 22 weeks fulltime.
Next Intake late June/early July 2022.
Details and Application form will be uploaded here in May 2022, as well as on our Facebook and Instagram pages.

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