This pathway is for people who work in the following areas: environment, planning and development, minerals and waste management and rural practice
This pathway is for people who work in the following areas:
Environmental covers all aspects of the management, monitoring and assessment of the environment in the context of real estate, land and construction. For example:
Planning and development impacts not only on the physical aspects of the built environment, but social and environmental aspects as well. The profession is continually evolving with a wide range of environmental, economic, political and social relevance to its day-to-day activities.
Minerals are the raw materials needed to supply the construction and manufacturing industry and provide fuel for the world’s energy requirements. A consumer-led society needs careful waste disposal and management. Extracting minerals and managing waste requires sensitive planning from the initial prospecting stage to the ultimate restoration and after-use of each site. Examples of areas covered by minerals and waste management are:
Rural practice draws on a wide range of professional and technical skills and knowledge. The following are examples of areas covered by rural practice:
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The pathway guide should be used in conjunction with the core assessment documentation available below.