Learn about conservation
If your looking at getting involved with a local conservation group to do your part or just learn more about conservation, local plant or animal species, habitats and biodiversity, we are always welcoming more volunteers and people interested in participating in the Reclink Participation pathways conservation and ecosystem management traineeship. This training is proudly funded and supported by the Queensland Government.
Your contribution can do something great today in your local community, it will also help enrich the individuals you associate with who are also passionate about helping the local environment
You can make a huge difference in your community
Discover more about the amazing natural history and wonders unique to the Australia
It will change your view forever and you will understand why there are so many people who are very passionate and inspired to protect it for future generations.
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This training is proudly funded and supported by the Queensland Government
Our 20-week full-time paid traineeship will provide hands-on work experience in bush regeneration all led by a qualified
and experienced industry professional. You will learn about local SEQLD native flora and fauna, regional ecosystems and vegetation types, industry-standard OHS, environmental legislation, ecosystem restoration practices, weed identification, weed control techniques, native seed collection, native plant propagation, plant care and tree planting and site maintenance assessment & reporting processes.
Partnered with Ballistic Training Solutions RTO: 41097 you will gain an accredited qualification AHC10120 - Certificate I in Conservation and Ecosystem Management