The Graduate Diploma in Sustainability and Climate Policy develops knowledge, understanding and appreciation of, sustainability and climate policy issues in social research and analysis. It assists in career development, preparing students for new employment opportunities in a variety of public and private sector contexts that require social research and analytical skills in sustainability and climate policy. It is designed to complement existing knowledge gained from an undergraduate qualification in any recognised area including business, humanities, sciences and education. It also combines a general qualification with more specific educational opportunities, enabling students learn in a way that best suits existing needs and priorities. It also offers advanced, individualised learning opportunities providing a pathway to the Master of Sustainability & Climate Policy.
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Topics in Sustainability
Pathways to Sustainability
Urban Design for Sustainability
Leadership in Sustainability
Communities Contact and Aboriginal Heritage
Decarbonising Cities and Regions
apply a range of relevant disciplinary knowledges to the concept of sustainability in work and community settings
apply critical and analytical skills within a sustainability framework; think creatively to develop practical pathways to sustainability
locate, critically evaluate and synthesise relevant and reliable information sources on sustainability
communicate ideas and information, verbally and in writing, to a range of target audiences
use communication and research technologies to effectively collect information and communicate findings
demonstrate a reflexive and adaptive approach to learning; understand second order learning; identify and apply successful learning strategies
recognise the global nature of sustainability and the relationship between global and local sustainability issues; identify and apply international good practice to sustainability
recognise the diverse meanings and applications of the notion of culture to sustainability; respect indigenous culture and its relevance to sustainability; identify the complexities and benefits multiculturalism brings to sustainability; and critique culture as an integrated system of norms that enable or disable sustainability
demonstrate the ability within sustainability practice to work effectively as a team and independently when appropriate; show leadership and apply ethical and professional standards.
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