The Graduate Certificate in Climate Change for Primary Industries is a professional development program for established professionals, offered by the University of Melbourne and PICCC.
This program is designed to up-skill agricultural, NRM, agribusiness and policy-making professionals on the science and economics of climate change adaptation and mitigation.
Taught by internationally renowned experts, this Graduate Certificate covers: carbon farming, mitigation, sequestration, adaptation, policy and economic strategy. Graduates are ideally positioned to effectively advise farmers, policy-makers, land managers, industry and high level stakeholders on appropriate strategies to manage with a changing climate.
The course is made up of four subjects completed over 12 months. Each subject comprises five days intensive coursework delivery, pre-course study and assessment components. Assessments are designed to be adaptable to your particular field of interest.
Alternatively, students can complete an individual subject as Continuing Education.
Registrations for the course are now closed, with the next course proposed to start in 2018.
For more information visit the course webpage.