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Contact

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

Funding options

A limited number of bursaries are available on application.

Other

If registering for the Masters Programme with the Sustainability Institute (see section 8), application could be made for credit of this certificate course towards this qualification.

  • Certificate in Biodiversity and Sustainable

Agriculture

Institution / Organisation

The Sustainability Institute, Stellenbosch, Western Cape

NQF level Accreditation

Entry requirements

Intended audience

7 A level 7 Certificate issued by the Institute. A 3-year tertiary qualification and / or relevant work

experience. Policymakers,

farmers,

rural

development

organisations, economists, conservationists and local government officials and others interested in the interlink between human well-being (particularly the issue of food security) and issues of habitat loss, land use change and issues associated with the increasing

scale of agricultural production.

Overview

The course offers participants

the

opportunity

to explore sustainable agricultural practices in the context of increasing demand and changing

agricultural technologies organic farming).

(e.g.

genetic

engineering,

15

Duration Contact

5 days

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

Funding options

A limited number of bursaries are available on application.

Other

If registering for the Masters Programme with the Sustainability Institute (see section 8), application could be made for credit of this certificate course towards this qualification.

Certificate in Sustainable Energy Planning for Cities

Institution / Organisation

The Sustainability Institute, Stellenbosch, Western Cape

NQF level Accreditation

7 15 credits

Entry requirements

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

Intended audience

Local government officials, politicians and policy makers and project implementers involved in energy, planning and environmental issues.

Key themes include: industrial agriculture, social and environmental impacts of chemical applications, the rise of agribusiness and the decline of rural economies,

organisms,

biotechnology

biodiversity and

ecological

genetically

modified

and

and free agriculture.

trade

Learning Opportunities for Careers in Biodiversity Conservation

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