This course is designed for public sector employees interested in understanding how climate change may impact their organisation, and those with responsibility to manage those impacts.
This includes the assessment, treatment and monitoring of climate risks and learning how to embed these practices into existing management functions and enterprise risk management systems.
What you need to study
Students are required to be employed in the public sector.
Please refer to The RTO Admissions Policy, for further information regarding entry requirements.
To be provided by the learner
To successfully complete this course, it is recommended students have access to a personal computer or laptop, and a personal internet connection.
Unique Student Identifier (USI)
A USI is required by all Australian students undertaking nationally recognised training. If you do not have a USI, please visit the USI website.
What will you study
Units of Study
- AHCAGB518 Develop climate risk management strategies
- PSPGEN133 Identify and treat risks
- PSPGEN135 Manage risk
You will be required to complete knowledge based and practical assessments, these may include:
- Question and Answers
- Written Reports
- Demonstration in the workplace or in a simulated workplace environment.
Students studying online, may be asked to submit videos as evidence of the application of practical skills.
Recognition of Prior Learning
You may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or Credit Transfer (CT) provided you have supporting evidence of any prior education and work experience.
This can either reduce your study load or shorten the duration of your course.
$2,500 AUD (all inclusive).
Applicants may be eligible for a subsidy. Please contact the RTO for information.
Future students should refer to The RTO Fee Management, Deferral and Refund Policy for more information.
Please refer to our Student Handbook for further information regarding our Training and Assessment Processes including the student support we can offer to help you complete your studies.