Countryside Management

Introduction

Course Title: Work Based Environmental Conservation (Level 2)
Course Code: CM055

Department: Countryside Management
Course Type: Day Release



Course content includes habitat management, countryside law,sustainability, countryside access, ecological surveying and livestock use in conservation. If you are working or carrying out voluntary work in the countryside and wish to gain a nationally recognised qualification, this is an ideal choice. Knowledge and understanding assessments will be set as homework, and practical skills will be assessed in the workplace.

Overview

Qualification

C&G Level 2 Diploma in Work-based Environmental Conservation

Course Content

This qualification also forms the major part of the Apprenticeship in Environmental Conservation: please contact the College for further details of the apprenticeship.

Knowledge and understanding assessments will be set as homework, and practical skills will be assessed in the workplace. All students will need to be working in a countryside managment role or carrying out voluntary work in the countryside sector in order to study for this qualification. You will learn about:
Habitat management
Countryside law
Ecological surveying
Customer care
Health and safety in the workplace
Countryside access
Sustainability
Livestock use in conservation

Entry Requirements

All students will need to be working in a countryside management role or carrying out voluntary work in the countryside sector in order to study for this qualification. Students must be aged 16 or over on 1st September of the year in which the course starts. Tetanus protection is recommended.

Next Steps

Level 3 Diploma in Work-based Environmental Conservation (part-time) Level 3 Diploma in Countryside Management (full-time) Employment as a Countryside Ranger/Warden, work on a country estate, work with environmental or wildlife charities, Countryside/Conservation Officer, Forest Worker, Parks Officer, Dry Stone Walling, Landscaper, Rights of Way Officer.

Career Opportunities

Countryside Ranger/Warden, work on a country estate, work with environmental or wildlife charities, Countryside/Conservation Officer, Forest Worker, Parks Officer, Dry Stone Walling, Landscaper, Rights of Way Officer.