FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) - Sustainable Living Certificate Course

Frequently Asked Questions

How is each lesson presented?

We don’t do things by halves! Each module has a series of lessons and each lesson has a presentation video with audio, plus practical videos wherever possible. Students can download a workbook for each module and at the end of the module you’ll be required to complete the assessment task online. While we like to have a good time, we also push you to get great results; you will need to get at least an 85% pass to receive a competent mark”.

The video assessment is optional. However, if you would like the certificate at the end of the course, you are required to submit a video assessment incorporating all of the modules you have learnt. This means that you have full freedom to choose what you would like to learn.

What do I get when I successfully complete my course?

Yo, superstar! After passing all required assessment tasks (you’ve so got this) and successful completion of The Sustainable Living Certificate Course you will receive a bright and shiny Certificate of Achievement plus a full bragging-rights Record of Achievement.

I’m in! How long is the course?

We want you to have the best learning experience. We therefore recommend you commit to at least 12 months, averaging 3-4 hours each week – for the best possible outcomes in your sustainable backyard journey. However, the beauty of this course is you can go at your own pace, so you don’t have to feel pressured.

What will I learn?

There are 19+ modules, and more to come. The Sustainable Living Course Certificate currently includes:

  1. Keeping Chickens
  2. Composting
  3. Worm Farming
  4. No Dig Gardens
  5. Native Bee Keeping
  6. Sustainable fertilisers
  7. Good bugs, bad bugs
  8. Recycled Kitchen Garden
  9. Sustainable Eating
  10. Seed Saving
  11. Wicking Bed
  12. Water Wise
  13. Aquaponics
  14. Honey Bee Keeping
  15. Native Wildlife
  16. Medicinal Garden
  17. Small Space Gardening
  18. Garden Design
  19. Permaculture

Is the course accredited or recognized?

Under ASQA (The Australian Skills Quality Authority) the Sustainable Living industry is not currently regulated. As such, there is no requirement to have the course accredited at this stage. However, this doesn’t mean accreditation won’t happen in the future. With this in mind, the course has been created to facilitate modules that can be easily adapted to Cert IV accreditation should it be required and all students of the course can apply or RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) and obtain their Cert IV in Sustainable Living Practices. Once you have completed the course you might successfully obtain work in the industry such as through local councils, pre-schools, schools and nurseries or even start your own consultancy business.

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