- Study Areas
- Environment & the Land
Complete land or environment studies with TAFE Western Sydney
The continued preservation and enhancement of the environment and the land is an important job, and as such can provide a career path that is thoroughly rewarding and engaging. If you don't mind getting your hands a little dirty, this field might be the perfect fit for you.
TAFE Western Sydney offers a great number of land and environment courses through our campuses across Western Sydney, as well as via our online learning programs. We offer this level of flexibility because we're passionate about helping you follow your passions, and want to ensure you can pursue your dream career in a way that suits you best.
Whether you want to work as a florist, complete bold and interesting landscaping projects, become an expert in horticulture, or something similar, your studies with TAFE Western Sydney can take you there. We are dedicated to making sure all of our land and environment courses are offered in a way that makes your studies as enjoyable and fruitful as possible, as with all the courses offered in our various specialist centres.
Browse through our options today and get on the right pathway towards a career you love!
Courses and Careers
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If you would like to discuss your course needs, please enquire below or call us on 131 870 or +61 2 9208 9999 (outside Australia).
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An EcoSkills Centre has been built at Richmond College.
Business and individuals benefit through training in current and future sustainable practices e.g. renewable energy, sustainable food generation practices, energy efficient horticulture production, native vegetation and conservation, water conservation and re-use, carbon capture and livestock management.
EcoSkills Centre: read more