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DIPLOMA OF
Horticulture

AHC50416
(CRICOS CODE 106963A)

Program Of Study

The program is delivered over a period of two (2) years.

Specifically, 78 weeks of study/assessment to allow for breaks and holiday periods.

Enrollment

Enrollment and admission into some Global Institute of Education training programs is subject to meeting certain entry requirements. Specific details of the entry requirements pertaining to these training programs are contained in individual course documentation and are made available prior to enrollment.

Enrollment applications will then be assessed to ensure that you meet any entry requirements that have been set for the selected course. You will be informed of successful enrollment and sent information on the course and their course induction. If you do not meet the requirements for the selected course, you will be notified of your unsuccessful enrollment and invited to contact Global Institute of Education to discuss your training needs and alternative opportunities.

In consideration of training with Global Institute of Education be sure you read and understand our Student Handbook. Key points must be met to ensure your successful enrollment:

Your Education Agent and Global Institute of Education team member will assist you with your enrollment and Visa application.
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Amount of Training

The program is delivered over a period of two (2) years. Specifically, 80 weeks of study/assessment to allow for breaks and holiday periods. Theory is delivered at our Salisbury campus and practical training is delivered at our purpose built practical training facility located at: 64 Bridges Road Morayfield Qld 4506The practical training facility includes training room suited for briefings and feedback.
Purpose
Reach new heights in your horticultural career with this advanced qualification. This course is ideal for anyone working or studying in the industry who would like to progress to a managerial position. An increased public and private sector focus on biodiversity and sustainability is creating demand for skilled horticultural workers in Australia. Your study will help you develop a range of skills which include: managing plant health programs; developing production and safety plans and managing staff and services.
Are you suited?
This program is suited to people who seek to learn and understand the skills and knowledge required to apply solutions to a defined range of predictable and unpredictable problems and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources.
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Entry Requirements
Enrolment and admission into some Global Institute of Education training programs is subject to meeting certain entry requirements. Specific details of the entry requirements pertaining to these training programs are contained in individual course documentation and are made available prior to enrolment. Enrolment applications will then be assessed to ensure that you meet any entry requirements that have been set for the selected course. You will be informed of successful enrolment and sent information on the course and their course induction. If you do not meet the requirements for the selected course, you will be notified of your unsuccessful enrolment and invited to contact Global Institute of Education to discuss your training needs and alternative opportunities.

Units of competency

CODE

UNIT

AHCBUS513

Market products and services

Elective

AHCWHS502

Manage work health and safety processes

Elective

AHCPHT511

Develop a horticultural production plan

Elective

AHCPCM510

Collect and classify plants

Elective

AHCHYD501

Develop a plan for a hydroponic system

Elective

AHCPCM507

Diagnose plant health problems

Elective

AHCBUS514

Negotiate and monitor contracts

Elective

AHCSOL505

Monitor and manage soils for production projects

Elective

AHCCHM501

Develop and manage a chemical use strategy

Elective

AHCNSY402

Plan a propagation program

Elective

Course Delivery
Students should consider this training program to be two (2) years of study, research, training and assessment. Students must be prepared to engaged with Global Institute of Education for 2 years and be willing to contribute their own time, effort and resources and be genuinely committed to working toward a satisfactory outcome. Students must attend minimum 20 hours class time per week as part of your Student Visa requirements. Distance learning is not available.
Participation Support
Global Institute of Education offers a range of support services to assist prospective participants with course, career or fee advice. If you need assistance in any of these aspects please let a Global Institute of Education staff member know so that we can arrange assistance where appropriate.