Environmental Studies Online Course
From: $50.00 Inc GST / week for 16 weeks
100 hrs (12 months)
Yes unlimited by email
About this Course
Get an introduction to environmental studies
This course will give you a broad-based grounding in environmental and conservation issues starting with ecosystems and living things and moving right through to the problems facing the environment today. For anyone interested in the environmental issues so much in the news today, this course will serve as a basis of understanding.
Further studies related to the environment include; alternative energy, introduction to ecology, landscape restoration, conservation and environmental management and leading to possible careers in environmental assessment, waste management, water conservation and management or tourism.
- To understand the binomial system of classifying living things
- To understand the use of keys to identify living things
- To grasp the basics of ecology (the relationships between living organisms and their environment)
- To have a basic grounding in Earth Science and an understanding of global environmental systems
- To understand the Earth’s major environmental problems and how they have come about
- To gain an understanding of conservation and its importance to individuals and the world
- To learn a range of ways to reduce the environmental impact of ones’ actions at home and globally
Your TutorAdam Darragh B.Sc. Cert IV Outdoor Education
After achieving a degree in Earth Sciences, with a focus on geology, geomorphology and climatology, Adam moved to the Blue Mountains to pursue his passion for the vertical world, where he now works in the Vocational Education Sector teaching students to be Outdoor leaders and guides. He particularly loves remote Alpine and cliff environments spending time in these areas both within Australia and abroad. This has involved many personal trips and adventures as well as becoming a fully certified IFMGA mountain and ski guide, as well as a trainer assessor with the Australian Climbing Instructors Association. The main focus of Adam’s outdoor work has been abseiling, canyoning, rock-climbing and bushwalk guiding undertaken locally in the magnificent world heritage listed greater Blue Mountains. He has also spent numerous seasons in New Zealand, the Himalaya and the Australian Snowy Mountains, alpine climbing and ski touring. Adam has also worked in Antarctica and on Macquarie Island in the sub-Antarctic, as a Field Training Officer for the Australian Antarctic Division.