This qualification in Resilience provides learners to use the formal vocational education sector to facilitate building national and regional capacity to: raise the level of awareness of Resilience (CCA & DRR), and develop technical skills and knowledge to accurately monitor and assess impacts of climate change and natural hazards; identify solutions to reduce these risks; and plan, manage and implement resilience building projects to reduce damage and losses caused by climate change and natural hazards. Students will select a field of study in which to focus their studies from either Agriculture, Coastal Management, Energy and Infrastructure, Fisheries, Forestry, Health, Water Resources or Tourism. The qualification also contributes to developing a Pacific Community whose people are educated, healthy and manage their resources in a sustainable way.
Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:
|Full Time||1 Semester|
To be admitted to this programme, a person:
This programme has a total of four (4) courses.
|Course Code||Course Title||Semester||Delivery Mode||Campus||Fees (FJD)|
|CER31||Work Safety in the workplace||Cohort Basis||Blended||Selected Campuses||$335|
|CER32||Community Risk Assessment||Cohort Basis||Blended||Selected Campuses||$335|
|CER33||Risk Reduction||Cohort Basis||Blended||Selected Campuses||$335|
|CER34||Project Management in Resilience||Cohort Basis||Blended||Selected Campuses||$335|