Marine Habitat and Conservation

If learning about marine conservation and restoration is something that you are passionate about, then studying the Certificate III in Marine Habitat Conservation and Restoration may be the pathway for you! These courses could lead you to a fulfilling career in empowering and educating local communities to begin their own environmental initiative.

Certificate III in Marine Habitat Conservation and Restoration

Marine, environment and sustainability qualifications are intended to provide students with practical skills and knowledge regarding the conservation and restoration of marine ecosystems. Students will learn about underwater working skills as well as leadership skills.
These courses are designed for students that wish to take leadership in the community and implement their skills to educate and empower others to restore the marine environment. Specifically, the Certificate IV in Environmental Management and Sustainability is designed
for students that wish to monitor and address environmental issues in a variety of industry sectors.

This AQF level 3 course is intended to educate and empower students about the importance and practicality of marine habitat conservation and restoration. This qualification is designed to teach students both practical and theoretical skills. Students will operate monitoring equipment, collect samples, take part in various conservation and restoration projects and perform activities engaging the public and media relating to marine ecosystem preservation and reestablishment. The purpose of this course is to inspire students to take their newly acquired skills and knowledge out into the community, to empower locals and stimulate initiatives on the importance of marine conservation. The Certificate III in Marine

Habitat Conservation and Restoration supports on the job training and practical marine habitat preservation and reestablishment training. All in all, this qualification is designed to support the marine communities and develop a locally trained workforce that is passionate about conservation of marine ecosystems.


Certificate III in Marine Habitat Conservation

Course Duration

75 weeks

Intake Dates



Gold Coast


From $12,000 (Payment plans available)

The Course Details

Graduate Outcome 

Generally, the intended purpose of the Certificate III in Marine Habitat Conservation and
Restoration is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to support them in gaining
employment in preservation and rehabilitation of marine ecosystems. Graduates also have
the option to assume higher levels of study through a Diploma, which can lead to
management roles.

Graduates will be equipped with the knowledge and skills required to participate in
conservation, restoration and the monitoring of marine environments. They will have
obtained the competencies required to participate in conservation and restoration and
monitoring activities in marine areas. There is a lot of opportunity for hands-on marine
development, conservation and restoration projects along the Australian coastline, a perk
for graduates.


    Common Course Requirements



    Entry Requirements
    International Students must be competent in Literacy in order to fulfil course requirements.
    Therefore, will need to complete:
     An English Placement Assessment; and
     Completion of Secondary School
     Students with English as a second language must have a minimum English level
    equivalent to 5.5 IELTS.

    Education Pathways

    Note: It is never recommended to undertake study for the sole purpose of trying to gain a visa to Australia.
    Graduate Visa - Pathway To Aus

    Graduate Visa

    The Graduate Visa (Subclass 485) allows recent university or certain vocational graduates to remain in Australia and work after their studies have finished.

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    Study Marine Habitat Conservation was last modified: June 4th, 2020 by Nick Yock