Do you have a passion for plants and landscaping?
Are you looking to become qualified to run a horticultural business?
Perhaps you could consider studying Horticulture.
Studying horticulture provides students with skills in landscape management, plant care and propagation. Students will also gain skills in pruning and fertilising enabling them to maintain lawns, gardens, nurseries and forest parks.
The course framework ensures you will get the most out your studies by covering plant health, budgets, managing projects and analysing data.
Upon graduation, you will have gained the skills to give specialist advice on plant care, products and treatments. You will also obtain knowledge of how to manage and market a business and how to supervise staff.
Diploma of Horticulture
Certificate III in Horticulture
Certificate II in Horticulture
January and July
Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide
From $8,000 per year
The Course Details
Potential Career Pathways:
- Horticultural Trades Workers
- Gardener (General)
- Science Technicians
Employment in the busy Horticulture industry including working independently, as a supervisor, or at a managerial level to coordinate horticultural business activities in parks and gardens, resorts or nurseries.
Higher Education Opportunities:
- Bachelor of Urban Design
- Bachelor of Environmental Science
Common Course Requirements
Students must have completed year 10 in home country.
Students must have the English equivalent of IELTS 5.5.
Course may include 360 hours of vocational placement.
Get in Touch
Phone 0755 265 900
Gold Coast Office
2575 Gold Coast Highway, Mermaid Beach, QLD, 4215
Call us 02039 483 865