|Translation||Pōkaitahi o Aotearoa Ahumāra (Whānui) (Pae 3)|
|Study options||Full-time, Part-time|
|Location||Rotorua (Mokoia), Whakatane|
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Develop knowledge and transferable skills in the underpinning science and growing practices used in a wide range of horticulture contexts, to work safely and effectively under limited supervision. Establish theoretical knowledge of plant and soils science, and growing systems and environments, to underpin practical capability and work practices for various horticulture sectors. On completion of this programme, graduates can pursue employment or self-employment in a range of horticulture enterprises, or undertake further study in horticulture and primary industry-related disciplines.
To achieve the award of the New Zealand Certificate in Horticulture (General) (Level 3), students must pass a total of 60 core credits.
Knowledge and skills you will gain
Graduates will have the skills, knowledge and attributes to be able to:
- apply knowledge of plant and soils science to the identification, selection, and growing of plants; and
- apply knowledge of growing systems and environments to the establishment and growing of plants.
Admission and entry requirements for this qualification are in accordance with the academic regulations.
Course details (all level 3)
- PRMY.3014 Optimising Plant Growth - 15 credits
- PRMY.3015 Introduction to Horticulture Design and Plant Selection - 10 credits
- PRMY.3016 Horticulture Pests, Diseases and Weeds - 10 credits
- PRMY.3017 Plant Propagation and Nursery Systems - 10 credits
- PRMY.3018 Horticulture Project Maintenance - 15 credits
Page last updated: 30 Sep 2017