Services

EnviroCom has extensive project experience and a diversity of staff capabilities and expertise.  Each of EnviroCom’s clients has access to our range of specialised services in Environmental Education, Training and Research.

EnviroCom can provide integrated services – linking research, planning, development, delivery and evaluation – as well as discrete or ‘one off’ projects.

Education

EnviroCom Australia has been developing, implementing and evaluating environmental education programs for industry, Local and State Governments since 1998.
EnviroCom has extensive experience in tailoring education programs to meet the needs of the client, targeting specified demographics with contemporary curriculum and resources.

Here are just a few examples of the kind of education services EnviroCom provide:

  • Design and delivery of environmental education programs for schools and communities
  • Design and staffing of mobile education facilities
  • Coordination of special events
  • Development of educational and promotional materials
  • Design and development of state and regional education packages and programs
  • Development of localised curriculum materials
  • Program evaluation – community surveys, street intercepts, behavioural observations
  • Outreach programs
  • Content development, coordination and delivery of community workshops.
  • Development and delivery of guided facility tours for both school and community groups

CASE STUDY

Bioregion Education Module Development and Pilot Study

In 2011, Moreton Bay Regional Council engaged EnviroCom to develop a Bioregion Education Module for self-implementation by schools of the region. The resource seeks to facilitate schools in conducting on-site assessments of their biodiversity values, in developing informed action plans for enhancing biodiversity, and in implementing practice and behaviour change, contributing positively to the integrity of the regional ecosystem (RE) and bioregion.

EnviroCom was further commissioned by the Moreton Bay Regional Council to conduct a Pilot Study of the resource, to determine the:

  • demand for such a ‘biodiversity’ resource,
  • level of implementation support required/expected by schools,
  • appropriateness of module content/tools,
  • opportunities/barriers to integrating and implementing the resource, and
  • the resources’ ability to facilitate positive environmental outcomes and apply feedback loops transferring vital information back to Council.

Pilot Study schools reported a rewarding, authentic, successful experience with the resource. Rich connections between the resource and existing curriculum outcomes were identified, and it was deemed appropriate, user friendly, versatile and adaptable. Schools reported improved confidence and capacity from staff and students with regard to biodiversity and in the attitudes and priorities afforded biodiversity at their school. A Biodiversity Enhancement Action Plan has been developed for each school, steering and focusing their long-term, prioritised, locally specific, practice and behaviour change.