Course Title: Implement revegetation works

Part A: Course Overview

Program: C2163 Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management

Course Title: Implement revegetation works

Portfolio: SEH Portfolio Office

Nominal Hours: 80

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Course Contact: Bruce Partland

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 8323

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Course Description

This competency standard covers the process of implementing revegetation works. It requires the ability to prepare equipment and materials for revegetation, prepare a planting site, undertake revegetation works, and maintain a revegetated site. Implementing revegetation works requires knowledge of factors affecting the timing and method of planting, identification of plant pests and diseases, revegetation techniques, physiology of plant growth, plant selection and culture, soils and plant nutrition, and calculations for materials.

Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities


National Competency Codes and Titles

National Element Code & Title:

RTD3034A Implement revegetation works


Effect revegetation works

Maintain revegetated site

Prepare equipment and materials.

Prepare the revegetation site.

Learning Outcomes

This program is competency based.

Overview of Assessment

The knowledge requirements for this unit are listed below:
• Revegetation techniques.
• Ecosystems, provenance and habitat requirements.
• Factors affecting the timing and method of planting.
• Identification of pests and diseases of trees.
• Principles and methods relating to the prevention and control of pests and diseases.
• Safety requirements when handling and using hazardous goods.
• Nutrient requirements of a range of plant species and cultivars.
• Physiology of plant growth.
• Techniques for protecting and securing/anchoring trees and shrubs.
• Plant selection and culture.
• Soils and nutrients.
• Calculations for materials