College of Science, Technology, and Environment

CERTIFICATE IV IN COASTAL FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE COMPLIANCE

DESCRIPTION

The Certificate IV in Coastal Fisheries and Aquaculture Compliance qualification provides the technical skills and knowledge expected of competent Monitoring, Control and Surveillance (MCS) officers. The programme covers curricula that complies with standards of competency related to working effectively as a coastal fisheries and aquaculture compliance officer, verifying and monitoring aquaculture and coastal fisheries operations, undertaking community engagement activities and contributing to effective MCS activities.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 

Major possible job titles relevant to this qualification include but are not limited to:

  • Fisheries Officer
  • Compliance Officer
  • Fish Warden
  • Community Fisheries Officer
  • Aquaculture Officer
  • Aquaculture Monitoring Assistant
  • Fisheries Enforcement Officer
  • Coastal Surveillance Officer
  • Aquaculture Surveillance Officer
LENGTH OF PROGRAMME
Part Time 1 year
ELIGIBILITY/ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Entry requirement for this programme is:

  • Pass in Year 12 or equivalent with 2 years field experience; or
  • Meet mature student criteria with relevant work experience.
COURSE INFORMATION

This programme has a total of four (4) courses.

Course Code Course Title Semester Delivery Mode Campus Fees (FJD)
CEFC43 Operational Planning and Enforcement Processes Cohort Basis Blended Selected Campuses $560
CEFA41 Coastal Fisheries Policies and Legal Instruments   Cohort Basis Blended Selected Campuses $560
CEFA42 Interacting with the community Cohort Basis Blended Selected Campuses $560
CEFA43 Coastal Fisheries and Aquaculture Operations Cohort Basis Blended Selected Campuses $560

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EOI 2020