If you are interested in learning about landscape design, landscape construction, horticulture or any combination of these things, there are many courses available.
Many Victorian TAFE colleges offer certificate III and IV courses in horticulture, we have listed many below. There are also several private training organisations that also offer courses plus correspondence courses.
The certificate III courses are the trade qualification for apprentices. Starting times vary from college to college, we would suggest that you contact your closest provider and discuss your training and education needs directly. If you have been working in the industry for some time, you may be able to have your skills and experience recognised through a Recognition For Prior Learning (RPL) program.
The landscape and broader horticulture industry offers a large variety of career options for men and women.
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Waverly Campus - 595 Waverley Road, Glen Waverley
See others at www.holmesglen.edu.au/shortcourses
Phone: (03) 9564 6391
Head Office : 335-339 Campbell St, Swan Hill VIC 3585
Registered Training Organisation delivering the following Training Qualifications. MMTC Ltd specialises in Workplace Delivery.
AHC30710 Certificate III in Horticulture
Other courses available
Mobile: 0417 558 177
Short Courses (Fairfield Campus)
Mike Hirst – Program Coordinator (Fairfield Campus)
Phone: (03) 9269 8842
Maureen Doherty (Greensborough Campus)
Phone: (03) 9269 1941
Certificate II courses
Certificate III courses ( Apprentice groups, full-time and part-time study options for non-apprenticeship students)
Certificate IV courses (available through the Building Department part-time Night)
Diploma courses ( full time, part time and evening classes)
Certificate II: Rod Thorne, 92101162 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Certificate III: and IV: Frank Somerville, 92101131 (email@example.com)
Diploma: Iain Harrison, 92101918 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
East Campus, Boundary Rd, East Geelong.
These qualifications are delivered to apprentice groups, and as full-time and part-time study options for non-apprenticeship students.
Peter Fitzgerald – Program Coordinator (Horticultural Department)
Pearcedale Parade, Broadmeadows
Landscaping Certificate Courses
Both of these Diploma courses can be completed as part of a dual diploma in conjunction with units from the:
(A design course for the landscaping trade, using “industry standard” CAD software, and a chance to develop your hand drawing skills as well)
Andrew Priest - Program Leader - Horticulture
P: (03) 9279 2539 M: 0432 757 274 E: email@example.com
Simon Starr - Apprentice Contact
P: (03) 9279 2608 M: 0421 050 724 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Training conducted at Chisholm’s purpose built facility at Cranbourne
Phone: 1300 244 746
GOTAFE offers an exciting and comprehensive range of programs which provide quality skills and training to industry and the wider community. Courses can be undertaken at our well-established campuses in Wangaratta and Shepparton. The mixture of on-campus and on-line delivery modes are perfect for a busy lifestyle or to minimise long-distance travel.
Horticulture & Conservation Land Management
Phone: (03) 5833 2842