Part Time RHS General Certificate in Horticulture Level 2 - Horticulture (07)

Abingdon and Witney College

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Description

This theory based qualification covers a wide range of horticultural subjects. It is suitable for both those wishing to enter the profession and for amateurs wishing to increase their horticultural knowledge. Many people take the qualification as the first step in changing to a new career in horticulture. Classroom sessions are supported by practical demonstrations and/or visits at Common Leys.

Important information

Requirements: No specific entry requirements, no prior knowledge is required

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Abingdon
Wootton Road, OX14 1GG, Oxfordshire, England
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Hailey
Witney, OX29 9UU, Oxfordshire, England
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Course programme


RHS General Certificate in Horticulture Level 2
  • Subject area:Floristry, Flower Arranging & Horticulture
  • Subject:Horticulture
  • Course type:Part time


Course description
This theory based qualification covers a wide range of horticultural subjects. It is suitable for both those wishing to enter the profession and for amateurs wishing to increase their horticultural knowledge. Many people take the qualification as the first step in changing to a new career in horticulture. Classroom sessions are supported by practical demonstrations and/or visits at Common Leys Campus on an additional four Saturdays throughout the course. You will sit the RHS examinations in June (fees included)

Final award
RHS Certificate in Horticulture Level 2

Entry requirements
No specific entry requirements, no prior knowledge is required

Career steps
Full time employment within the Horticultural industry or progression to a level 3 qualification such as Advanced National Certificate in Horticulture (ANCH).

Additional information
Topics include: plant structure; plant processes; plant growth and development; plant nomenclature; plant propagation; garden planning; vegetable and fruit production; soils; weeds, pests and diseases and the selection and use of plants.

Code Campus Duration Start date Day(s) Times Fees
EPAC323P Abingdon Campus 33 weeks 15 Sep 2009 Tuesday 6:30pm â€" 9:30pm £512
EPSF309P Common Leys Farm Campus 32 weeks 18 Sep 2009 Friday 1:00pm â€" 4:00pm £512

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