Proficiency Award 4 in Horticulture - Landscaping

Proficiency Award 4 in Horticulture - Landscaping

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2500 Hours

Proficiency Award 4 In Horticulture - Landscaping VHT009

On completion this course opens your career up to management positions in landscaping, general horticulture and garden design as well as teaching.

Enrol in one of the most comprehensive landscape horticulture courses available. Understand plant science, plant identification, plant care, irrigation, soils and nutrition,  horticultural management and all aspects of landscaping and landscape design. Choose electives in fields of interest that will help you to realise your ambitions. 

Core Modules:    These modules provide foundation knowledge for the Proficiency Award 4 In Horticulture - Landscaping.

  •      Biochemistry I (Plants) BSC103
  •      Botany I (Plant Physiology And Taxonomy) BSC104
  •      Carpentry BSS100
  •      Horticulture and Research I BHT118
  •      Horticulture I BHT101
  •      Landscaping I BHT109
  •      Machinery and Equipment BSC105
  •      Horticultural Resource Management BHT203
  •      Horticulture And Research II BHT241
  •      Permaculture Systems BHT201
  •      Project Management BBS201
  •      Amenity Horticulture I BHT324
  •      Horticultural Marketing BHT304

Elective Modules:    In addition to the core modules, students study any 12 of the following 28 modules.

  •      Australian Natives I BHT113
  •      Cottage Garden Design BHT110
  •      Growing Annuals BHT115
  •      Herb Culture BHT114
  •      Horticulture II (Plant Knowledge) BHT102
  •      Landscape Construction BHT111
  •      Mud Brick Construction ASS103
  •      Plant Selection And Establishment BHT107
  •      Soil Management (Horticulture) BHT105
  •      Turf Care BHT104
  •      Australian Natives II BHT225
  •      Green Walls and Roofs BHT256
  •      Irrigation (Gardens) BHT210
  •      Landscaping II BHT214
  •      Landscaping III (Landscaping Styles) BHT235
  •      Natural Garden Design BHT215
  •      Planning Layout And Construction Of Ornamental Gardens BHT242
  •      Playground Design BHT216
  •      Restoring Established Ornamental Gardens BHT243
  •      Scented Plants BHT229
  •      Sports Turf Management BHT202
  •      Trees For Rehabilitation (Landcare Reafforestation) BHT205
  •      Tropical Plants BHT234
  •      Amenity Horticulture II BHT325
  •      Garden History BHT329
  •      Managing Notable Gardens BHT340
  •      Organic Plant Culture BHT302
  •      Water Gardening BHT307

Note that each module in the Proficiency Award 4 In Horticulture - Landscaping is a short course in its own right, and may be studied separately.

Learning Cloud Australia provides students with a range of Horticultural Course majors.

Our world would be nothing without plants. They feed us, keep us warm and dry, clean our air and provide us with a beautiful, green environment to live in. Working with plants, from designing and building a new city park to developing new food crops can be incredibly rewarding and there is a wealth of career options to choose from.

Learning Cloud Australia provides our students with a range of Horticultural Majors so that you can specalise and target the Career you want. Below is a list of just some of the Horticultural Course Majors available. Remember to request your free information pack to find out more

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