Saving Planet Earth

Domain: Science
Timetable: Trimester 1, 2 or 3
Length of Course: 1 Trimester

Course Information

Have you ever wondered why there are so many different living things on our planet and why they look different from one another? How can we use aquaponics to promote eco-friendly agriculture and growth? Why does Australia have the only egg-laying mammals and numerous animals with pouches?

In this course, you will have the opportunity to explore the conservation of endangered Western Australian species, investigate the effects of pollution on the water cycle and explore aquaponics and aquatic ecosystems. You will also investigate what’s at stake for the future of our planet if immediate action isn’t taken against climate change and urban sprawl.

Pathway Information




This course is further complimented by:

  • Earth and Environmental Science (General)
  • Integrated Science (General)
  • Biology (ATAR)

Students undertaking this course may wish to consider tertiary studies in:

  • Environmental Sciences
  • Biology

This course suits direct workforce entry into the following:

  • Technician
  • Plant Operator
  • Laboratory Worker

Additional Information

Estimated Charges: $40