Native Bird Rehabilitation Skill Set

Statement of Attainment

National Code: ACMSS00003

Course information

About the course

Course Number: ACMSS00003-01V01

This course is for people currently working as a native wildlife carers of birds or those wishing to take on this role. Note that relevant licensing requirements from the Department of Environment Climate Change and Water need to be met. By completing this course you will be able to rescue, rehabilitate and release native birds. Pathways from this course include the Certificate II in Animal Studies, the Certificate III in Animal Studies and the Certificate III in Captive Animals.

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