These online courses can be done by anyone*, anytime, they are available free of charge.
* Please note you will need to have Adobe flash player installed.
This is a pre-requisite for other courses. It is made up of 3 modules. Find out more and start the course.
This course will teach you what historic heritage is and the core principles DOC follows to manage and protect New Zealand’s historic heritage.
Learn how to do field observations, record data using different tools, and the principles behind them. Find out more and register to begin the course.
This course covers the differences between native and introduced animal species, how animals interact with each other, and why long-term predator control is vital. Find out more and register to begin the course.
This course helps you to identify the 10 New Zealand forest birds most commonly recorded during five minute bird counts.
This course teaches the principles of VHF radio and how to use the handheld and mobile radios DOC uses on its radio network.
This course teaches you about concessions, who needs one and why they are an important part of conservation.
This course explains recreation management on public conservation land with the goal of getting more people participating in the outdoors.