Are you a skilled bush regenerator but don’t yet have your AABR accreditation?

AABR is seeking Bush Regeneration Practitioner Accreditation applications from the many practicing bush regenerators who have a Cert III CLM and the requisite experience but are not yet accredited.

Applicants are assumed to have the 12 AABR bush regenerator competencies  upon completion of :

  • CLM Cert 3 course, delivered by one of the campuses we understand meets AABR’s training criteria, and
  • at least 500 hrs on-ground experience gained  over two years under the supervision of an AABR-recognised bush regenerator.  (Note this is not necessarily an AABR-accredited regenerator as many competent supervisors are not yet accredited.)

If this sounds like you just fill in an application form and send it to us for initial feedback.

Advantages of AABR Accreditation

AABR accreditation is an industry recognition of individual skills and expertise in implementing assisted regeneration. Not only does it acknowledge the individual’s competence, but there are also cumulative advantages for the team, through peer learning.

Having multiple accredited regenerators on your team minimises risk of failure to achieve positive results in restoration projects. (Having the requisite knowledge and skills in such field-dependent work as Bush Regeneration depends heavily on formal training and supervised field experience.)

Accreditation is a vehicle that supports the broader bush regeneration industry through ensuring entry level proficiency in the majority of practitioners. Organisations that engage accredited bush regenerators recognise the value of this investment in on-ground results.

If you are attending the Seeds for the Future Forum 8/10/19 you can discuss accreditation with one of AABR’s assessors and the Accreditation banner.