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Education and awareness-raising play a core role in all of our work. To help instill a sense of stewardship in our environment and build people’s skills to help care for it, we offer a range of accredited and non-accredited education and training programs for individuals, schools and Indigenous communities across Australia.

Accredited Training

As a Registered Training Organisation in Queensland we provide accredited training at certificate levels 1,2 and 3 in Conservation and Land Management. Training is provided under the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011.

Learn more about our accredited training programs

Non-accredited Training

We offer a range of non-accredited environmental training courses across Australia from half day classroom based learning to multi day field trips. View our training and events calendar to find out what is happening in your area.

VIew our events and training calendar

 

To build skills and increase employment opportunities for local Indigenous communities, we run training and education programs across Australia. From our Aboriginal Landcare Education Program in the Top End, to our Bushtucker in Schools Program in Canberra, we are helping to reconnect people with country through practical skills-based learning opportunities. View some of our programs below.

 

To build skills and increase employment opportunities for local Indigenous communities, we run training and education programs across Australia. From our Aboriginal Landcare Education Program in the Top End, to our Bushtucker in Schools Program in Canberra, we are helping to reconnect people with country through practical skills-based learning opportunities. View some of our programs below.

Aboriginal Landcare Education Program

Since 1994, our Aboriginal Landcare Education Program (ALEP) has played an integral role in empowering local communities across Northern Australia by increasing employment opportunities and healthy lifestyle options for young Aboriginal people.

Learn more about ALEP

Kickstart my Career Program

Our Kick Start My Career program connects secondary school age Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Canberra with country and environment through practical, hands-on learning.

Learn more about Kickstart Your Career

Schools Programs

Our school programs provide children of all ages with the opportunity to learn about their local environment and its native plants and animals, and how they can help conserve and protect them into the future. Over the last thirty-five years, hundreds of students across Australia have participated in our educations programs and events, helping to create tomorrow’s nature carers.

Sustainability Learning Centre

Our Sustainability Learning Centre in Hobart is a purpose-built educational facility which offers environmental learning programs for students and the community.

The six star green star centre, set on 65 ha of native bushland, provides a space for students, teachers and the community to reconnect and be inspired by their local environment.

Learn more about the Sustainability Learning Centre

Teaching Resources

Our Publications library contains a broad range of learning resources including fact sheets, lesson guides and activities sheets to help students and teachers learn and care for their environment.

View Teaching Resources

Local contacts

Nel

Smit

Education Specialist, Tasmania

Kelley

Thompson

Trainer, Western Australia