Course Aims

Certificate II in Horticulture underpins a range of work functions and job roles that can lead to a horticultural trade qualification
 

 

Location:

 

Noble Park Secondary College

RTO IVET
Attendance 90%
Duration of Course 2 years
Work Placement 80 hours
Materials Required Online software program (iVET)
Cost Units 1 & 2 TO BE ADVISED
Units 3 & 4 TO BE ADVISED

 Course Content
This course will give you the practical skills and knowledge needed to recognise and identify plants, treat weeds, operate basic machinery and equipment, and propagate plants.
Successful completion of this course will qualify you to work as a horticultural assistant, or a nursery or garden labourer. You will also get the foundation knowledge needed to undertake further study in this field.

Future Pathway
Career paths within the industry may include Landscaping, Irrigation systems, Conservation, Propagation of plants, Pruning, Operating equipment and machinery.
Future training pathways could potentially be Cert III in Horticulture, Agriculture, Conservation & Land Management, Landscape Construction or Rural Operations