Learn the Fundamentals to Begin a Career as an Environmental Science Professional
What do Environmental Scientists do?
Environmental Scientists study the interactions between living and non-living components of the environment and apply scientific techniques to develop and implement plans and advise on policies to protect the environment and natural resources.
What will you learn in this course?
Study this course and you will:
Learn about physical, chemical and biological components of our environment and how they influence one another.
Have the flexibility to select from a wide range of elective topics allowing you to specialise in your area of interest.
Explore practical ways to live a more sustainable, environmentally friendly lifestyle.
Note that each module in the Qualification - Foundation Diploma in Environmental Science is a short course in its own right, and may be studied separately.
Benefits of this course
The Foundation Diploma in Environmental Science is an introductory course that will teach you about the physical components of the world we live in. It is designed to provide you with a broad knowledge and skill set in Environmental Science, which may then be developed through additional experience or study. This course will allow you to lay a foundation for further learning formally or informally (This course can earn you credits for higher qualifications if you wish).
Where can this course lead?
Careers in Environmental Science include:
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- Environmental Scientist
- Natural Resource Manager
- Environmental Consultant
- Environmental Researcher
- Life Scientist
- Conservation Officer
- Park Ranger
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