Horticulture

If you enjoy working with your hands, in a variety of settings undertaking various activities, where no two days are the same, you may be suited for a landbased career.

Programmes

  • Applied Horticulture (Level 4) (pending approval)

    • Code: WR3196
    • Intakes:
    • Level: 4
    • Credits: 245
    • Duration: 2 years

    This programme aims to develop graduates with the knowledge and skills to assist with a range of core tasks relevant to the horticulture industry, including fruit production operations, enabling them...

  • New Zealand Certificate in Apiculture (Level 3) (pending approval)

    • Code: NZ2223
    • Intakes: February, August
    • Level: 3
    • Credits: 60
    • Duration: 1 semester

    Did you know humans began collecting honey from wild bees 15,000 years ago? Now, bees depend on us for their survival and we depend on them for our food supply....

  • New Zealand Certificate in Horticulture (General) (Level 3)

    • Code: NZ2677
    • Intakes: Semester 1, Semester 2
    • Level: 3
    • Credits: 60
    • Duration: 1 semester

    This programme aims to develop graduates with knowledge and transferable skills in the underpinning science and growing practices used in a wide range of horticulture contexts, enabling them to work...

Courses

  • Introductory Chainsaw Safety and Use

    • Code: FROP.3001
    • Fee: $484
    • Level: 3
    • Credits: 10
    • Location: Tokoroa; Taupo; Whakatane; Waipa; Rotorua Trades Academy

    This course provides students with the knowledge of basic maintenance and safe use of a chainsaw for non-commercial or domestic use....

  • Workplace First Aid

    • Code: FAID.3001
    • Fee: $235
    • Level: 3
    • Credits: 5
    • Location: Rotorua (Mokoia); Tokoroa; Taupo; Whakatane; Waipa; Rotorua Trades Academy; Whakatane Trades Academy

    This course will provide students with knowledge and skills relevant to the practice of workplace first aid....

Page last updated: 30 Aug 2016