Part-Time RHS ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN HORTICULTURE

In Canterbury

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Location

    Canterbury

  • Duration

    2 Years

Description

MTB. Combining plant and soil science, selection and maintenance of plants including lawns, plant protection and the production of hardy nursery stock as well as practical training, this course will enable students to develop a deeper understanding of the science behind successfully cultivating and propagating plants. Nationally recognised, this qualification is aimed at professionals who aim.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Canterbury (Kent)
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Hadlow College, Spring Lane, Canterbury,, CT1 1TB

Starts

On request

To take into account

It is recommended that students possess the RHS Certificate and have a broad practical experience in horticulture. Candidates may be asked to attend an informal interview to assess suitability.

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Course programme

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Combining plant and soil science, selection and maintenance of plants including lawns, plant protection and the production of hardy nursery stock as well as practical training, this course will enable students to develop a deeper understanding of the science behind successfully cultivating and propagating plants. Nationally recognised, this qualification is aimed at professionals who aim to increase their career prospects and dedicated amateurs who aspire for a professional qualification.

This course is in modular form with a written and practical examination for each module.

It can be studied as either a day or evening class, however the evening class does not include any practical work. The allocated teaching times include time for tutorials. All students are expected to pursue additional study and research in their own time.

Daytime students are required to provide their personal protective equipment for practical work and the examination.

Entry Requirements

It is recommended that students possess the RHS Certificate and have a broad practical experience in horticulture. Candidates may be asked to attend an informal interview to assess suitability.

Location
Canterbury, Hadlow, Mottingham

Start Date

Hadlow: Daytime: Tuesday 22nd September 2009, 9:30am - 4:00pm
Evening: Tuesday 22nd September 2009, 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Canterbury: Daytime: Monday 21st September 2009, 9:30am - 4:00pm
Evening: Tuesday 22st September 2009, 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Mottingham: Evening: Thursday 24th September 2009, 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Course Duration
Daytime: 1 year. Evening: 2 years.

Registration Fee

Daytime: £220
Evening: £110

Tuition Fee

Daytime: £550
Evening: £300

Please note that fees are also payable in the second year. Students who do not wish to sit all the compulatory examinations are required to pay fees of £900 per year.

Part-Time RHS ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN HORTICULTURE

Price on request