In the Conservation and Environmental Management course the effects of pollution and land degradation are discussed, and taken into consideration for the maintenance of ecosystems and the habitat of plants, marine life and animals.

If you work in an environmental role or you aspire to develop your career in environmental management, then having a strong understanding of how building and manufacturing affect the environment is something that may land that new job or promotion for you.

The Conservation and Environmental Management course is completely self-paced to suit your lifestyle with other courses available to complement the studies learned in this course. If you would like to know more about this, please contact one of our course advisors.


Course Outline
Course Code: 
100 hours - Access for 12 months
Online & Correspondence
Statement of achievement
Lesson Structure: 
  1. An Introduction To Ecology
  2. A Perspective On Environmental Problems
  3. Pollution & Industry Effects On The Environment
  4. Water & Soil
  5. Vegetation Conservation & Management
  6. Animal Conservation & Management
  7. Marine Conservation & Management
  8. The Future
Aims - the learning objectives of the course: 
  • Provide a basic introduction to the study of ecology.
  • To provide a perspective on environmental problems and their causes.
  • To provide an introduction to pollution and its effect on the environment and conservation.
  • To become aware of relationships between water and soil and their effects on conservation and the environment, and how they can be used and managed.
  • To investigate the techniques of vegetation management used in a range of situations.
  • To identify the methods used to monitor and manage natural animal populations and land areas for sustainable species continuance.
  • To identify the methods used to monitor and manage natural marine populations for sustainable species continuance.
  • To describe the role of ecologically sustainable development policies in future environment management.