Relevance of Existing Training for Roles in Forest Management

These questions are designed to assess if people in the Forestry Sector perceive skills gaps in graduates from existing undergraduate degrees in biological sciences, environmental science and natural resource management.

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* 1. Graduates from existing undergraduate courses in biological sciences have a good foundation in the theory of Forest Management?

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* 2. Graduates from existing undergraduate courses in environmental sciences have a good foundation in the theory of Forest Management?

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* 3. Graduates from existing undergraduate courses in natural resource management have a good foundation in the theory of Forest Management?

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* 4. Graduates from existing undergraduate courses in biological sciences, environmental science and natural resource management have the requisite skills to practice Forest Management?

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* 5. Professional roles in private and public forestry organisations require ‘forestry specific’ skills.

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* 6. These ‘forestry specific’ skills are adequately taught in existing undergraduate degrees in Australia

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* 7. If you answered disagree or strongly disagree to question 6, what specific skills and training do you believe are needed and are not available in these undergraduate courses?

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