PLANET Course - Working with the Aboriginal Heritage Act 200620 Feb 2012
Cultural Heritage Management Plans - Working with the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006
This course summarises the key components of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006, and helps planners establish when a cultural heritage management plan is required, and understand how it is integrated into the planning approvals process.
The course will also provide information on:
- how to understand the areas of cultural heritage significance
- the issue of what constitutes significant ground disturbance
- the role of the planner and
- the role of other decision makers in assessing the information on a Cultural Heritage Management Plan.
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for people who need to prepare, read or understand cultural heritage management plans. It is also suitable for project proponents (‘sponsor’ in the language of the Act) who need to prepare plans, as well as planners who need to take account of plans when considering permit applications, and land managers.
Further InformationFor a full description of the course, its location and scheduled dates please read the 2012 PLANET course guide (PDF 1.76MB) or (Word 85KB).
How to Register?
Simply visit PLANET online to register.
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