The Sustainable Operations qualifications provide the skills and knowledge required to improve an organisation’s sustainability.
They also enable an enterprise to comply with voluntary and mandatory schemes such as carbon trading or carbon tax regimes, National Pollutant Inventory Reporting and the Global Reporting Initiative.
It is important to note that the Sustainable Operations qualifications do not supply technical skills in engineering or operating plant and equipment. Rather they are designed to complement qualifications in production, engineering, maintenance, logistics or other technical skills. They are suitable as a first qualification for employees with a significant sustainability role and as professional development for employees who hold a technical qualification.
There are three qualifications in Sustainable Operations which target different levels in an organisation, at Certificate IV, Diploma and Vocational Graduate Certificate.
What are the qualifications?
The Certificate IV in Sustainable Operations applies to operators and team members who require skills in identifying, implementing and reporting on sustainability initiatives at the operational level… [Read more… ]
The Diploma of Sustainable Operations applies to managers, technicians and paraprofessionals who are responsible for driving, monitoring and reporting on sustainability across the whole of the enterprise and the value chain… [Read more… ]