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Graduate Certificate in Climate Change Adaptation

Postgraduate | GRF-CCA-GCE | 2024

Prepare to deal with the challenges of climate change

Expand your professional toolkit with skills and knowledge to tackle the impacts of climate change. Think sustainably. Grasp the science to consider the solutions. Learn to adapt using policy and technical information from government reports.

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Graduate Certificate in Climate Change Adaptation

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Career opportunities

Climate influences all aspects of the earth's systems, including ecosystem function and structure, human health, agricultural productivity and our overall socio-economic well-being. As such, the knowledge that's part of this course is useful across a range of industries, from public health to public sector policy advice.

Key employment sectors

  • Public Administration and Safety
  • Financial and Insurance Services
  • Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
  • Education and Training
  • Other Industries

Potential job outcomes

  • Environmental consultant
  • Environmental manager
  • Policy and planning manager
  • Business analyst
  • Emissions analyst
  • Operational researcher
  • Environmental health officer
  • Policy analyst

*Source: Australian Government Job Outlook.

Career outlook

Environmental Managers:
Over $120K
Policy Analysts:
$93K to $120K
Policy and Planning Managers:
Over $120K

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