June 2, 2014

Courses

The below courses are endorsed by AIEA

Diploma of Carbon Management – West Coast Institute of TAFE

The Diploma of Carbon Management offered by the West Coast Institute of Tafe provides a solid grounding in the fundamentals of carbon accounting, management and minimisation.

The course is split into 3 skill sets:

  1. Understand the Carbon Environment (online)
  2. Measuring and Reporting Carbon (workshop or online)
  3. Managing and Minimising Carbon (workshop or online)

Completion of any one skill set would contribute to continuing professional development requirements under the NGER instrument.

For more information, please visit the WCIT website


The following links are for courses related to the discipline of EA

Vocational Courses

Carbon & Energy

SAI Global

Carbon Training International

Energy Efficiency Exchange

GHG Management Institute

Sustainability

Centre for Accounting, Governance and Sustainability

National Centre for Sustainability

National Register on Vocational Education and Training (VET)

Environmental Management

AOQ QLD

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SAI Global

Graham A Brown & Associates

EIANZ

Absorb Environmental Solutions

Tertiary Courses

Carbon & Energy

Masters

Australian National University – Master of Climate Change

Australian National University – Master of Energy Change

Sustainability

Masters

University of Sydney – Master of Sustainability

Environmental Management

Undergraduate

Charles Sturt University – Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management

Deakin University – Bachelor of Environmental Science (Environmental Management and Sustainability)

Flinders University – Bachelor of Environment

Griffith University – Bachelor of Environmental Management

Graduate Diplomas

Flinders University – Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management

Masters

ANU – Master of Environment

Charles Sturt University – Master of Environmental Management

Monash University – Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability

University of Newcastle – Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability

 

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