Play your part in our planet’s future and cultivate nature’s beauty with an accredited production horticulture course. This is an excellent way to begin or advance in a rewarding career in the nursery, landscape, gardening, floriculture and arboriculture industries. Equip yourself with superior knowledge and technical skills for many exciting roles as you learn the finer points of growing and managing garden and plant life.
Learn about viticulture and what it takes to grow and maintain a healthy supply of grapes that form the foundation of any strong wine-making process. Take your horticulture studies a step further with management and strategic planning courses. Or look at the big picture with agribusiness management courses that have you considering farm planning, climate risk and formulating a business plan. The skills you obtain here can help you prepare for a range of roles, including farm supervisor, farm manager, viticulture technical officer and horticulture business manager. Pay for these mid-level and senior roles can range from $1,250-$2,100 per week.
Explore new horticultural methods and broaden your agricultural scope today with these accredited production courses.
Sourced from The Australian Apprenticeships & Traineeships Information Service (aapathways.com.au) funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training and MySkills.gov.au
There are 8 courses available for people who want a career in Production Horticulture. These are the most popular courses.