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Certificate in Sustainable Development

Institution / Organisation

The Sustainability Institute, Stellenbosch, Western Cape

NQF level Accreditation

7 A level 7 Certificate issued by the Institute

Entry requirements

A 3-year tertiary qualification and / or relevant work experience

Intended audience

Anyone working in private, public or non-profit organisations with a view to gaining deeper understanding and insight into global sustainability issues and sustainable responses to these.

Overview

The course offers participants an overview of some of the most critical economic, social and environmental challenges, globally and nationally and explores some of the global responses to these challenges. Main themes include: a review of some key environmental and social challenges, key global economic trends, evolving perspectives around the notion of sustainable development and a review of sustainable development practices case studies.

Duration Contact

5 days

(021) 881 3196 / info@sustainabilityinstitute.net / www.sustainabilityinstitute.net

Funding options

A limited number of bursaries are available on application

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a) Short courses in Sustainability and Environmental Management

short courses

Learning Opportunities for Careers in Biodiversity Conservation

S hort courses listed in this section, are those of a shorter duration from between a few days up to a one-year course. In some cases, these short courses facilitate entry to and contribute to broader qualifications (see notes listed in ‘other’). Many of these short courses offer learning in a specific focus area and are aimed at developing competence and capacity within a specific job function. Short courses listed are those that support job functions in or related to:

  • Sustainability and Environmental Management;

  • Environmental Education;

  • Agriculture and Horticulture;

  • Natural Resource Management;

  • Game Ranging and Tour Guiding;

  • Context / Sector Specific Courses.

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