Explore current PALRC courses below. For course details including pricing and university contacts, please download a copy of the PALRC Scholarship Prospectus:
We expect that prior to applying, applicants have checked course details and costs with the course contacts listed in the Scholarship Prospectus.
University of Tasmania
- Bachelor of Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies (Honours)
- Bachelor of Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies
- Graduate Certificate of Protected Area Planning
- Masters of Protected Area Governance and Management
- Bachelor of Applied Science (Professional Honours in Environmental Management)
- Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management and Sustainability
- Graduate Certificate of Protected Area Administration
Charles Sturt University
Charles Darwin University
- Graduate Certificate of Indigenous Engagement
- Graduate Certificate of Indigenous Research Methodologies
- Diploma of Indigenous Research
Charles Darwin University offers a range of intensive and field-based courses relevant to protected area practitioners. Find out more.
- Intensive Subject: ENV316/516 Ecosystem Function: Field Studies in North Australia
- Ecosystem Function: Field Studies in North Australia is also offered as a 10-day stand-alone short course for professionals – see ENV316/516
- Intensive Subject: ENV315/515 Desert Field Ecology
- Desert Field Ecology is also offered as a stand-alone 7-day short course for professionals – see ENV315/515
- Intensive Subject: ENV317/517 Natural Resources and Indigenous Livelihoods
- Natural Resources and Indigenous Livelihoods is also offered as a 5-day stand-alone short course for professionals – see ENV317/517
- ENV201 Introductory Ecology – one semester
- ENV203 Field Survey & Monitoring Skills – one semester
- ENV306/506 Environmental Monitoring & Modelling – one semester
- Open Standards / Healthy Country Planning Planning and adaptive
management for protected areas – 5 days, January 2020, Tasmania
Find more information here.
Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute
- Adaptive Management for conservation – 5-day intensive (based on the Open Standards framework), 23-27 September 2019, Blue Mountains, Venue: Jemby Rinjah, Blackheath.
What is adaptive management?
The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute, in partnership with PALRC, offers a five-day intensive training program that aims to give participants a good understanding of adaptive management tools through the internationally recognised Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation.