The programme focus is on developing an understanding of environmental science, environmental management and traditional Māori environmental management practices.
Underpinning the curriculum is the development of crucial personal and social development skills transferable to any vocational pathway.
|Duration:||This is a 1 year programme|
|Timetable:||4 Residential block courses|
|Provider||Whenua Iti Outdoors|
What you learn
- Ecological niches of an animal and plant species.
- Plan, carry out and evaluate a local Kaitiakitanga activity
- Describe a native freshwater and a native marine fish or shellfish species.
- The use of Native freshwater and a native marine fish or shellfish species as kai.
- Harvesting and processing of native freshwater/native marine fish/shellfish species.
- Conservation Ranger
- Fishery Officer
- Marine Biologist
- Aquaculture Farmer
- Biosecurity Officer
- Environmental Scientist
- Fishing Skipper
- Field Technician
Further Study Options:
- Diploma in Environmental Health
- Diploma in Environmental Management
- Certificate in Conservation (Operations)*
- University or Polytechnic Studies
- Bachelor of Iwi Environmental Management
- Bachelor of Environmental Management
- Bachelor of Environmental Science