As part of this Horticulture course, you will take part in the following activities:
- Workplace visits to gain insights into different worksites
- An organised industry experience
- Ability to apply your skills in our practical training environment
What’s in a Stirling Institute of Australia Horticulture Course:
- Contribute to work health and safety processes (AHCWHS301)
- Provide information on plants and their culture (AHCPCM302)
- Control weeds (AHCPMG301)
- Control plant pests, diseases and disorders (AHCPMG302)
- Implement soil improvements for garden and turf areas (AHCSOL303)
- Identify plant specimens (AHCPCM303)
- Implement a plant establishment program (AHCPGD301)
- Implement a landscape maintenance program (AHCPGD304)
- Implement a plant nutrition program (AHCPCM301)
- Perform specialist amenity pruning (AHCPGD303)
- Plan and maintain plant displays (AHCPGD302)
- Prepare growing media (AHCSOL301)
- Transport, handle and store chemicals (AHCCHM304)
- Prepare and apply chemicals (AHCCHM303)
- Operate pressurised irrigation systems (AHCIRG332)
- Respond to emergencies (AHCWRK303)
- Carry out a crop regulation program (AHCPHT301)
This training is delivered with Victorian & Commonwealth Government Funding (Eligibility Criteria applies – For eligibility criteria and information please contact us on 1300 790 265).
This course is delivered face to face in a classroom environment with a combination of theory and practical activities.
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