As part of this Horticulture course, you will take part in the following activities:
- Workplace visits to gain insights into different worksites
- 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)
To ensure an appropriate learning opportunity, prospective students need to demonstrate a capacity to undertake study at Certificate III level, this can be demonstrated via the following:
- Pre-training review to ensure student has the appropriate level of Language Literacy and Numeracy to achieve the competencies. Where a test result is supplied, it must be within the last 12 months.
- Basic computer skills.
A satisfactory National Police Check (NPC) will be required for all work placements.
This training is delivered with Victorian & Commonwealth Government Funding (Eligibility Criteria applies – For eligibility criteria and information please contact us on 1300 790 265).
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Note: The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.
This program is designed to be delivered in interactive workshops in the classroom with opportunities to participate in practical field based activities and projects.
The classroom-based workshops deliver the theory and strategies to maximise employment opportunities within the horticultural sector. The practical field-based projects allow for the students to practice and apply their new learnt skills and knowledge.
Estimated duration of 35 tuition weeks allowing sufficient time to develop the necessary skills and knowledge in each unit.
All prospective students enrolling in the course are entitled to apply for recognition of prior learning (RPL) or credit transfer.
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