Domain - Ecological Management

Domain - Ecological Management

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Level 2

Demonstrate a basic ecological understanding of plant species in a specified park area

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20427 Unit Standard 1 Credits

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This unit standard is for people working, or who intend to work, as park rangers in public and private parks and reserves. People credited with this unit standard are able to identify ten plant species and explain their niche, usage and significance in a specified park area.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 99 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

Toi Mai Workforce Development Council Skills Active Aotearoa Limited

Demonstrate a basic ecological understanding of animal species in a specified park area

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20668 Unit Standard 1 Credits

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This unit standard is for people working, or who intend to work, as park rangers in public and private parks and reserves. People credited with this unit standard are able to identify and describe ten animal species and explain their impact and significance in a park area.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 99 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

Toi Mai Workforce Development Council Skills Active Aotearoa Limited

Level 5

Interpret ecological processes and indigenous biota for management purposes
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4

14735 Unit Standard 15 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to: describe ecological concepts; recognise principles of population change; analyse organisation and process in communities and ecosystems; identify the factors that have made the New Zealand biota unique; describe the scale and impact of humans on the New Zealand biota; identify opportunities for ecological restoration in New Zealand; and explain the management techniques available to ecological managers in New Zealand.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Evaluate and report on an invasive weed management operation
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19679, unit standard 19680, unit standard 19681, unit standard 19682, unit standard 19683, unit standard 19690, and unit standard 19691, replace unit standard 14730, unit standard 14734, unit standard 14744, unit standard

19676 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an invasive weed. People credited with this unit standard are able to: prepare a comprehensive report on an invasive weed management operation that involves scoping, managing and evaluating the operation.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Plan control or eradication of invasive weeds
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19685, unit standard 19692, and unit standard 19702 replaced unit standard 14731 and unit standard 14733.

19677 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage invasive weeds for ecological management purposes. People credited with this unit standard are able to: define conservation outcomes and targets; assess risks and develop actions for contingencies; write specifications; and develop work plans.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Develop and implement basic inventory or monitoring procedures for invasive weed control
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19686, unit standard 19693, unit standard 19703 and unit standard 19708 replaced unit standard 14736.

19678 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an invasive weed. People credited with this unit standard are able to: design basic inventory or monitoring procedures for an invasive weed control operation; collect inventory or monitoring data in the field; and process inventory or monitoring data and draw conclusions from the information.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Conduct an operation to control invasive weeds with biological methods
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19676, unit standard 19680, unit standard 19681, unit standard 19682, unit standard 19683, unit standard 19690, and unit standard 19691 replaced unit standard 14730, unit standard 14734, unit standard 14744, unit stand

19679 Unit Standard 5 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an invasive weed. People credited with this unit standard are able to: determine an appropriate biological weed control method; and conduct a biological weed control operation.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Conduct an operation to control invasive weeds with physical methods
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19676, unit standard 19679, unit standard 19681, unit standard 19682, unit standard 19683, unit standard 19690 and unit standard 19691 replaced unit standard 14730, unit standard 14734, unit standard 14744, unit standa

19680 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an invasive weed. People credited with this unit standard are able to: carry out physical methods for controlling an invasive weed for ecological management purposes; and conduct a physical weed control operation.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Conduct an operation to control invasive weeds with chemicals
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19676, unit standard 19679, unit standard 19680, unit standard 19682, unit standard 19683, unit standard 19690 and unit standard 19691 replaced unit standard 14730, unit standard 14734, unit standard 14744, unit standa

19681 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an invasive weed. People credited with this unit standard are able to: manage an invasive weed population through the application of an appropriate chemical mix.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Select the methods for invasive weed control
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19676, unit standard 19679, unit standard 19680, unit standard 19681, unit standard 19683, unit standard 19690 and unit standard 19691 replaced unit standard 14730, unit standard 14734, unit standard 14744, unit standa

19682 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an invasive weed. People credited with this unit standard are able to: define invasive weeds and describe weed control issues; evaluate the use of chemical, physical, and biological control methods for controlling invasive weeds and select a management approach to invasive weed control.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Describe the taxonomy, biology, and ecology of invasive weeds
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19676, unit standard 19679, unit standard 19680, unit standard 19681, unit standard 19682, unit standard 19690 and unit standard 19691 replaced unit standard 14730, unit standard 14734, unit standard 14744, unit standa

19683 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an invasive weed. People credited with this unit standard are able to: describe taxonomic principles and practices, their application to ecological management, and classify invasive weeds taxonomically; carry out a positive identification process for an invasive weed; describe the morphology of an invasive weed and explain its relevance to ecological management; describe the reproductive biology of an invasive weed and its implications for ecological management; describe the ecology of an invasive weed and its implications for ecological management; and explain the relevance of these to ecological management; and determine the status of an invasive weed in its ecological context.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Evaluate and report on a plant conservation operation
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19687, unit standard 19688, and unit standard 19689, replace unit standard 14729, unit standard 14737 and unit standard 14747.

19684 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous plant. People credited with this unit standard are able to: prepare a comprehensive report on a plant conservation operation that involves scoping, managing and evaluating the operation.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Plan recovery and maintenance of an indigenous plant species population
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19677, unit standard 19692, unit standard 19702 and unit standard 19707 replace unit standard 14731 and unit standard 14733.

19685 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous plant. People credited with this unit standard are able to: define ecological outcomes and targets; assess risks and develop actions for contingencies; write specifications; and develop work plans.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Develop and implement basic inventory or monitoring procedures for a plant conservation operation
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19678, unit standard 19696, unit standard 19703 and unit standard 19708 replaced unit standard 14736.

19686 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit is intended for people who are responsible for establishing new populations of indigenous plants. People credited with this unit standard are able to: design basic inventory or monitoring procedures for a plant conservation operation; collect inventory or monitoring data in the field for a plant conservation operation; and process inventory and monitoring data for a plant conservation operation, and draw conclusions from the information.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Conduct an operation to translocate indigenous plants
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19684, unit standard 19688, and unit standard 19689 replaced unit standard 14729, unit standard 14737 and unit standard 14747.

19687 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit is intended for people who are responsible for establishing new populations of indigenous plants. People credited with this unit standard are able to: conduct an operation to translocate an indigenous plant population; select and prepare a transfer population of an indigenous plant; select and prepare a site for translocation; transport and place plants at a site; and plan to maintain the health of plants in situ.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Collect plant autecology information
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19684, unit standard 19687, and unit standard 19689, replaced unit standard 14729, unit standard 14737 and unit standard 14747.

19688 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous plant. People credited with this unit standard are able to: identify what autecological information is necessary for managing a population of an indigenous plant and the key issues impacting on gathering the information; decide the appropriate methods and parameters to obtain and report the information; collect the required autecological information; and produce a report presenting the required autecological information.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Assess threats impacting on survival of plant species populations and determine management approach
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19684, unit standard 19687, and unit standard 19688 replaced unit standard 14729, unit standard 14737 and unit standard 14747.

19689 Unit Standard 4 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous plant. People credited with this unit standard are able to: assess the threats impacting on the survival of an indigenous plant species population; conduct a threat assessment operation; develop actions to manage known or suspected threats impacting on the survival of an indigenous plant species population.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Select the methods for plant conservation management
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19676, unit standard 19679, unit standard 19680, unit standard 19681, unit standard 19682, unit standard 19683 and unit standard 19691 replaced unit standard 14730, unit standard 14734, unit standard 14744, unit standard

19690 Unit Standard 15 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous plant. People credited with this unit standard are able to: identify indigenous plants requiring direct management and describe indigenous plant management issues, evaluate the options for plant conservation management, and select a management approach to indigenous plant management.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Describe the taxonomy, biology, ecology and conservation status of indigenous plants
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 27189. This unit standard and unit standard 19676, unit standard 19679, unit standard 19680, unit standard 19681, unit standard 19682, unit standard 19683 and unit standard 19690 replaced unit standar

19691 Unit Standard 15 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous plant. People credited with this unit standard are able to: describe taxonomic principles and practices, their application to ecological management, and classify an indigenous plant taxonomically; carry out a positive identification process for an indigenous plant; describe the morphology of an indigenous plant, and explain its relevance to ecological management; describe the reproductive biology of an indigenous plant and techniques for determining seed rain and seed bank, and explain their relevance to ecological management; describe the ecology and conservation status of indigenous plants; and explain their relevance to ecological management.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Develop and implement basic inventory or monitoring procedures for a pest animal control operation
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard unit standard 19678, unit standard 19686, unit standard 19703, and unit standard 19708 replaced unit standard 14736.

19693 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage pest animals for ecological management purposes. People credited with this unit standard are able to: design basic inventory or monitoring procedures for a pest animal operation; collect inventory or monitoring data in the field; and process inventory or monitoring data and draw conclusions from the information.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Conduct an operation to control pest animals with barriers
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19695, unit standard 19696, unit standard 19697, unit standard 19698, unit standard 19699, and unit standard 19701, replaced unit standard 14740, unit standard 14741, unit standard 14742, and unit standard 14743.

19694 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage pest animals for ecological management purposes. People credited with this unit standard are able to: design a barrier; conduct an operation to construct a barrier; and develop a strategy to maintain the barriers integrity.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Conduct an operation to control pest animals with firearms
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19694, unit standard 19696, unit standard 19697, unit standard 19698, unit standard 19699, and unit standard19701, replaced unit standard 14740, unit standard 14741, unit standard 14742, and unit standard 14743.

19695 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage pest animals for ecological management purposes. People credited with this unit standard are able to: conduct pre-operational; operational; and post-operational phases of a firearms operation.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Conduct an operation to control pest animals with traps
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19694, unit standard 19695, unit standard 19697, unit standard 19698, unit standard 19699, and unit standard 19701, replaced unit standard 14741, unit standard 14742, unit standard 14743, and unit standard 14740.

19696 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage pest animals for ecological management purposes. People credited with this unit standard are able to: position and set traps in the field; dispatch and dispose of animals caught in traps; and conduct a trap operation.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Conduct a ground based toxin operation to control pest animals
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19694, unit standard 19695, unit standard 19696, unit standard 19697, unit standard 19699, and unit standard 19701, replaced unit standard 14740, unit standard 14741, unit standard 14742, and unit standard 14743.

19698 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage pest animals for ecological management purposes. People credited with this unit standard are able to: set out and service a bait station and hand-spreading line; and conduct pre-operational, operational, and post-operational phases of a ground toxin operation.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Evaluate and report on a pest animal control operation
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19694, unit standard 19695, unit standard 19696, unit standard 19697, unit standard 19698, and unit standard 19701 replaced unit standard 14740, unit standard 14741, unit standard 14742 and unit standard 14743.

19699 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of a pest animal. People credited with this unit standard are able to: write a structured post-operational pest animal management report containing summary, introduction, targets and outcomes, consultations, consents, notifications, methods of control, results, budgets, and recommendations for future animal pest management operations.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Capture, handle, mark and measure indigenous animals
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19705, unit standard 19709, unit standard 19710, unit standard 19711 and unit standard 19712 replaced unit standard 14738, unit standard 14739, unit standard 14748, unit standard 14749, unit standard 14750, unit standa

19700 Unit Standard 15 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous animal. People credited with this unit standard are able to: explain the purpose of the capture, marking, and measuring of animals; choose optimum capture method, site, and placement; capture the target animal; and mark the animal; measure and weigh the animal.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Select the methods for pest animal control
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19694, unit standard 19695, unit standard 19696, unit standard 19697, unit standard 19698, and unit standard 19699, replaced unit standard 14740, unit standard 14741, unit standard 14742, and unit standard 14743.

19701 Unit Standard 15 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage pest animals for ecological management purposes. People credited with this unit standard are able to: identify pest animals and describe pest animal control issues; select baits, lures and repellents for a target pest animal species, and demonstrate an understanding of toxins; evaluate the use of toxins, traps, barriers and firearms as methods for controlling pest animals; and select a management approach to pest animal control.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Plan control or eradication of a pest animal population
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 27190. This unit standard, unit standard 19677, unit standard 19685, unit standard 19692 and unit standard 19707 replaced unit standard 14731 and unit standard 14733.

19702 Unit Standard 15 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage pest animals for ecological management purposes. People credited with this unit standard are able to: define conservation outcomes and targets; assess risks and develop contingencies; write specifications; and develop work plans for a pest animal management operation.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Evaluate and report on an animal conservation operation
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard, unit standard 19700, unit standard 19706, unit standard 19709, unit standard 19710, unit standard 19711, and unit standard 19712 replaced unit standard 14738, unit standard 14739, unit standard 14748, unit standard 14749

19705 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous animal. People credited with this unit standard are able to: write a structured post-operational animal conservation report containing summary, introduction, targets and outcomes, consultations, consents and notifications, methods of conservation, results, budgets, and recommendations for future animal conservation operations.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Select the methods for animal conservation management
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19700, unit standard 19705, unit standard 19709, unit standard 19710, unit standard 19711 and unit standard 19712 replaced unit standard 14738, unit standard 14739, unit standard 14748, unit standard 14749, unit standard

19706 Unit Standard 15 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous animal. People credited with this unit standard are able to: identify indigenous animals requiring direct management and describe indigenous animal management issues; describe methods to locate and observe, capture, handle and mark indigenous animals; evaluate options for animal conservation management; and select a management approach to indigenous animal management.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Plan recovery and maintenance of an indigenous animal species population
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19677, unit standard 19685, unit standard 19692 and unit standard 19702 replaced unit standard 14731 and unit standard 14733.

19707 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous animal. People credited with this unit standard are able to: define conservation outcomes and targets; assess risks and develop actions for contingencies; write specifications; and develop work plans and prepare a budget.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Develop and implement basic inventory or monitoring programmes for an animal conservation operation
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19678, unit standard 19683, unit standard 19686 and unit standard 19703 replaced unit standard 14736.

19708 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is intended for people who are responsible for establishing new populations of indigenous animals. People credited with this unit standard are able to: design a basic inventory or monitoring programme for an animal conservation operation; collect inventory or monitoring data in the field; and process inventory or monitoring data and draw conclusions from the information.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Collect autecology information on an indigenous animal
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19700, unit standard 19705, unit standard 19706, unit standard 19709, unit standard 19710 and unit standard 19712 replaced unit standard 14738, unit standard 14739, unit standard 14748, unit standard 14749, unit standa

19711 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage an indigenous animal population. People credited with this unit standard are able to: identify what autecological information is necessary for managing a population of an indigenous animal and the key issues impacting on gathering the information; select the appropriate methods and parameters to obtain and report the autecological information for managing a population of an indigenous animal; conduct an operation to collect the required autecological information; and produce a report presenting the required autecological information.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Determine the management of threats impacting on survival of animal species populations
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19700, unit standard 19705, unit standard 19706, unit standard 19709, unit standard 19710 and unit standard 19711 replaced unit standard 14738, unit standard 14739, unit standard 14748, unit standard 14749, unit standard

19712 Unit Standard 4 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous animal. People credited with this unit standard are able to: assess the threats impacting on the survival of an indigenous animal species population; conduct a threat assessment operation; and develop actions to manage known or suspected threats impacting on the survival of an indigenous animal species population.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Level 6

Complete an Assessment of Environmental Effects (AEE) for a pest animal control operation
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19677, unit standard 19685, unit standard 19702 and unit standard 19707 replaced unit standard 14731 and unit standard 14733.

19692 Unit Standard 5 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of a pest animal. People credited with this unit standard are able to: assess potential risks for a proposed pest animal control operation, and identify subsequent sections of the AEE document that must be completed; complete the required site specific information; provide references or technical information necessary to support an application for consent; and compile the required appendix of documents.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Conduct an aerial toxin operation to control pest animals
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard, unit standard 19694, unit standard 19695, unit standard 19696, unit standard 19698, unit standard 19699, and unit standard 19701, replaced unit standard 14740, unit standard 14741, unit standard 14742, and unit standard 14743.

19697 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage pest animals for ecological management purposes. People credited with this unit standard are able to: conduct pre-operational, operational, and post-operational phases of an aerial toxin operation.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Develop and implement an advanced inventory or monitoring programme
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19678, unit standard 19686, unit standard 19693 and unit standard 19708 replaced unit standard 14736.

19703 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage an ecological inventory or monitoring programme for ecological management purposes. People credited with this unit standard are able to: design an advanced inventory and monitoring programme for an ecological management operation; collect inventory or monitoring data in the field; and process inventory or monitoring data, draw conclusions from the information, and make recommendations for future inventory or monitoring.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Describe and select the design process for ecological management inventory and monitoring programmes
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 27191.

19704 Unit Standard 5 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage an ecological inventory or monitoring programme for ecological management purposes. People credited with this unit standard are able to: describe the purpose of ecological inventory and monitoring programmes in a management context and explain the design process; identify and define suitable management questions for a given ecological management programme; select appropriate data collection and recording methods, and sampling regimes, for a given ecological inventory or monitoring programme; select and carry out a range of data analysis and cleaning methods appropriate for data provided; and explain the process for finalising the design of ecological inventory or monitoring programmes.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Conduct an operation to manage an indigenous vertebrate animal species in captivity
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19700, unit standard 19705, unit standard 19706, unit standard 19710, unit standard 19711 and unit standard 19712 replaced unit standard 14738, unit standard 14739, unit standard 14748, unit standard 14749, unit standa

19709 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is for people managing or intending to manage a population of an indigenous animal. People credited with this unit standard are able to: write design specifications for captive rearing facilities for an indigenous animal population; write specifications for, and carry out, a captive management programme for an indigenous animal population; specify and carry out quarantine and health screening procedures in accordance with the organisation's requirements; capture, handle, mark and measure an indigenous animal; and conduct an operation to manage an indigenous animal population in captivity.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Conduct an operation to translocate indigenous animals
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 2 This unit standard and unit standard 19700, unit standard 19706, unit standard 19706, unit standard 19709, unit standard 19711, and unit standard 19712 replaced unit standard 14738, unit standard 14739, unit standard 14748, unit standard 14749, unit stand

19710 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is intended for people who are responsible for establishing new populations of indigenous animals. People credited with this unit standard are able to: conduct an operation to translocate an indigenous animal population; select and prepare a transfer population of the animal; specify and carry out health screening procedures; select and prepare a release site for translocation; transport and release animals at a site; and plan to maintain the health of animals in situ.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation - Learning State The Skills Organisation

Data as at 29 November 2021