CCRE30219 Certificate III in Resilience (Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction)

A VQA APPROVED QUALIFICATION

 

 

Module 1 : Hazard and Risks           *

Days: 10

Dates: 22 Mar- 2 Apr

Fees (VT): 11000

This module teaches learners the skills and knowledge required to demonstrate the impacts of natural and human-made hazards on local communities in Vanuatu, and their management.

 

 

Module 2 : Climate and Climatic Variations           *

Days: 15

Dates: 8- 28 Apr

Fees (VT): 11000

This module impart learners skills and knowledge required to explain the features of weather and climate in Vanuatu and the features of climate variability and climate change in Vanuatu.

 

 

Module 3 : The Causes and Effects of Climate Change*

Days: 18

Dates: 4- 27 May

Fees (VT): 11000

This module teaches the skills and knowledge to identify and explain the main causes of climate change and effects of climate change on the atmosphere and oceans.

 

 

Module 4 : Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change*

Days: 10

Dates: 2- 15 June

Fees (VT): 12000

This module teaches the skills and knowledge required to assist a local community to develop measures for contributing towards the mitigation of climate change and appropriate measures for adaptation.

 

 

Module 5: Identifying a Community’s Vulnerability*

Days: 8

Dates: 21- 30 June

Fees (VT): 5000

This module imparts the skills and knowledge required to identify and explain how vulnerability to hazards and climate change depends on location and on access to assets of sustainable living.

 

 

Module 6 : Traditional Knowledge in Building Resilience*

Days: 10

Dates: 6- 19 July

Fees (VT): 5000

 This module inculcates the skills and knowledge required use traditional techniques that foster community resilience to risks from hazards and climate change.

 

 

Module 7 : Disaster Risk Reduction*

Days: 8

Dates: 23 Jul- 3 Aug

Fees (VT): 8000

 

 

This module teaches the skills and knowledge required to describe disaster reduction and climate change mitigation and adaptation and ways in which local communities can be assisted to prepare action plans for reducing risks from disasters and climate change.

Module 8: Apply Basic First Aid*

Days: 8

Dates: 23 Jul- 3 Aug

Fees (VT): 8000

This module teaches learners the skills and knowledge required to provide first aid response, life support, management of casualties, the incident and other first aiders, until the arrival of medical or other assistance.

 

 

Module 9: Communication and Workplace Calculations

Days: 814

Dates: 19 Aug- 7 Sep

Fees (VT): 32500

This module imparts the skills and knowledge for learners to be able to use different forms of communication skills, including the use of information technology in their work places and at the community level. It trains trainees to write simple reports and prepare project proposals for submission. Furthermore, It also trains students to perform and check calculations in their workplaces, prepare estimates of heights, distances and other variables as well as realistic estimates of time required to complete workplace tasks. It also assists trainees in interpreting graphs, diagrams and statistics and instructs them on how to conduct social surveys.

 

 

Module 10: Higher-Level Skills in Data Presentation and Mapping

Days: 7

Dates: 13- 21 Sep

Fees (VT): 16250

This module instills in learners the skills and knowledge to present data in graphical form and construct sketch maps of local communities using appropriate cartographic techniques with the use of the appropriate use of scale, direction, mapping symbols, contour lines and cross sections. It assists trainees in applying these mapping skills to the provincial, national and regional areas.

 

 

Module 11: World-wide Impacts of Climate Change

Days: 7

Dates: 27 Sep- 5 Oct

Fees (VT): 16250

In this module, learners are able to attain the knowledge and skills required to identify signs of the Earth’s changing climate, analyse the causes of recent global surface temperatures and outline the changes in the global atmospheric circulation. It continues to analyse the impacts of climate change on the natural and human systems, sea level and marine ecosystems and identify the impacts of extreme weather events.

 

 

Module 12: Institutional Frameworks and Policies

Days: 8

Dates: 11 – 20 Oct

Fees (VT): 18570

This module trains learners to obtain skills and knowledge in identifying institutional frameworks used at international and regional levels in developing climate change adaptation and mitigation, resilience to disaster, disaster risk reduction and at national, provincial and local levels in Vanuatu.  Moreover, it allows trainees to analyse examples of national policies on climate change mitigation and adaptation. It will assist them to present case studies of the mitigation of climate change and adaptation to climate change and disaster risk reduction then analyse the effectiveness of these measures. It analyses the roles of non-government stakeholders in promoting adaptation to, and mitigation of, climate change and disaster risk reduction.

 

 

Module 13: Better Food Security and Conservation of Biodiversity

Days: 7

Dates: 26 Oct- 3 Nov

Fees (VT): 16250

This module teaches learners the skills and knowledge to identify the impacts of climate change and disasters on food security and biodiversity. It illustrates ways on how better food security can be achieved in Vanuatu and measures that can be taken in Vanuatu and other countries to conserve biodiversity.

 

 

Module 14: Better Water Security, Sanitation and Hygiene

Days: 7

Dates: 9 – 17 Nov

Fees (VT): 16250

This module inculcates trainees the skills and knowledge to identify the impacts of climate change and disasters on water security and analyse the impacts of climate change and disasters on sanitation and hygiene. It continues to illustrate ways in which better water security can be achieved in the face of meteorological and geological hazards and strategies for improving sanitation and hygiene before, during and after disaster events.

 

 

Module 15: Risk Assessment (Vulnerability and Resilience) for a Coastal Community

Days: 7

Dates: 23- 30 Nov

Fees (VT): 16250

This module will impart learners with the skills, knowledge and experience in conducting risk assessment in a local coastal community based on vulnerability and resilience. It will also allow trainees to be able to prepare plans for conducting their field research.

 

 

 

IMPORTANT

All modules marked with * are prerequisite modules to the Certificate 3 program. All participants must enrol and complete the prerequisite modules before being eligible for the Certificate 3 Modules.

Participants can exit at any time and receive statements of attainment for successful modules covered.

Participants completing all prerequisite modules will be eligible for a Certificate 1 in Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction qualification

Participants must successfully complete all modules to graduate with a Certificate 3 in Resilience (Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction)

Minimum entry level is a pass in Year 12.

Fees can be paid by modules, multiples of modules or in full; however fees for each module must be paid in full before being allowed entry in the next module.

For further information, please contact: 

Office Phone: 22294/ 2229, Email: timothy.ruth5253@gmail.com or mwulurane@gmail.com