Certificate III in Indigenous Land Management

This qualification provides a vocational outcome in the indigenous land management industry.


Packaging Rules

Completion of sixteen (16) units made up of two (2) core units and fourteen (14) elective units.


a minimum of four (4) units must come from elective group A

a minimum of seven (7) units must come from elective groups A or B

a maximum of three (3) units from units aligned to Certificates II, III or IV in AHC10 or from any other currently endorsed training package or accredited course. Selected units must be relevant to job outcomes in conservation and land management.


Occupational health and safety

add topic AHCOHS301A Contribute to OHS processes


add topic AHCWRK313A Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices


Indigenous land management

add topic AHCILM301A Propose appropriate uses of traditional customs

add topic AHCILM302A Provide appropriate information on cultural knowledge

add topic AHCILM303A Work in an Indigenous community or organisation

add topic AHCILM304A Follow cultural protocols

add topic SITTGDE009A Interpret aspects of local Australian Indigenous culture


add topic AHCFAU301A Respond to wildlife emergencies

add topic LGAREGS305A Undertake animal or reptile control duties

Lands, parks and wildlife

add topic SITTGDE001A Work as a guide

Natural area restoration

add topic AHCNAR201A Carry out natural area restoration works

add topic AHCNAR301A Maintain natural areas

add topic AHCNAR303A Implement revegetation works

add topic FPIFGM2201A Collect seed

add topic FPIFGM3202A Extract seed

Pest management

add topic AHCPMG301A Control weeds



add topic BSBITU306A Design and produce business documents


add topic AHCCHM303A Prepare and apply chemicals

add topic AHCCHM304A Transport, handle and store chemicals


add topic AHCINF301A Implement property improvement, construction and repair


add topic AHCLSC304A Erect timber structures and features

Lands, parks and wildlife

add topic AHCLPW301A Supervise park visitor activities

add topic AHCLPW303A Construct access tracks

add topic AHCLPW304A Carry out inspection of designated area

add topic AHCLPW305A Perform diving for scientific purposes

add topic AHCLPW306A Undertake sampling and testing of water

add topic PUAFIR204B Respond to wildfire

add topic PUAFIR303B Suppress wildfire

Machinery operation and maintenance

add topic AHCMOM305A Operate specialised machinery and equipment

add topic AHCMOM315A Operate chemical application machinery and equipment

add topic FPICOT2234A Operate 4x4 vehicle


add topic AHCPCM301A Implement a plant nutrition program

add topic AHCPCM302A Provide information on plants and their culture

add topic AHCPCM303A Identify plant specimens

Vertebrate pest management

add topic AHCVPT302A Implement vertebrate pest control program

add topic AHCVPT303A Survey pest animals

add topic AHCVPT306A Apply animal trapping techniques


add topic AHCWRK303A Respond to emergencies

add topic AHCWRK304A Respond to rescue incidents

add topic AHCWRK305A Coordinate work site activities

add topic CPPSIS4005A Collect basic GPS data


    Qualification pathways

    Pathways into the qualification

    This qualification may be accessed by direct entry.

    Pathways from the qualification

    Further training pathways from this qualification include, but are not limited to, Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management.

    Australian Apprenticeships

    This qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship.

    Job roles

    Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:

    Indigenous lands worker

Entry Requirements

Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements for this qualification.

Licensing Information

Not Applicable

Employability Skills


Employability Skill

Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include:


Listening and understanding

Speaking clearly and directly

Reading and interpreting workplace related documentation

Applying numeracy skills to workplace requirements


Working as an individual and a team member

Working with diverse individuals and groups

Applying knowledge of own role as a part of a team


Developing practical and creative solutions to workplace problems

Showing interdependence and initiative in identifying problems

Solving problems individually or in teams

Initiative and enterprise

Adapting to new situations

Being creative in response to workplace challenges

Identifying opportunities that might not be obvious to others

Planning and organising

Collecting analysing and organising information

Being appropriately resourceful


Monitoring and evaluating own performance

Taking responsibility at the appropriate level


Being open to learning, new ideas and techniques

Learning in a range of settings including informal learning


Using technology and related workplace equipment

Using basic technology skills

Applying OHS knowledge when using technology