Introduction to Marine Conservation
Level 4

CFS431 Introduction to Marine Conservation

  • NMIT is part of Te Pūkenga

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  • Course code


  • Locations and dates


    2 April 2024
    Course is ONLINE, 2 April-4 May 2024
    1 August 2024
    Course is ONLINE, 1 August-31 August 2024
    1 November 2024
    Course is ONLINE, 1 November-30 November 2024
  • Fees

    Tuition: 170.00
    Student levy: 10.00
  • Credits


Online programme.

Gain an understanding of marine conservation and biodiversity in Aotearoa and globally.

Learn about the importance of marine biodiversity, the threats facing marine wildlife and how we mitigate them through conservation techniques.

This short course covers:

  • Important terms and concepts related to marine biodiversity.
  • Why marine biodiversity is important to us.
  • Threats facing marine biodiversity.
  • Management of marine conservation within Aotearoa and globally.

By the end of this course, you will have knowledge of basic marine biodiversity terms and concepts, an understanding of the threats to marine life, and how this is managed through conservation principles and processes.

This online course is for anyone wanting to gain knowledge in the marine field. If you aspire to work or volunteer in marine conservation, this is for you! While all necessary course content is provided, you will be free to explore areas within marine conservation that interest you.

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