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Protect our environment with our conservation training.
Opportunities in conservation are increasing as more and more organisations manage conservation responsibilities. In addition to the conservation estates managed by the Department of Conservation (DOC), local and regional councils, charitable trusts, iwi and nature tourism ventures may also be involved.
If you enjoy advising people on ways to protect the environment, protecting the diversity of animals and plants and controlling animal and plant pests, then a career in conservation could be for you.
If you’re already working in the conservation industry, then upskill or formalise your expertise with field skills training.
We are is the only tertiary institution in the country that works in partnership with the DOC to deliver the Trainee Ranger Certificate. We also work with DOC to deliver Conservation Field Skills short courses around the country.