New Zealand Certificate in Sustainable Primary Production Level 4

The purpose of this qualification is to provide the land-based primary industries with individuals who have attained the skills and knowledge to develop and manage sustainable practices to comply with a recognised production standard. $3,811.00 (inc. GST) or fees free* for eligible students.


*Conditions and eligibility criteria apply.

Key Info

Level

Level 4

Duration

23 weeks (Full Time) or 46 weeks (Part Time)

Credits

70 (700 Learning Hours)

Eligibility

Eligible Domestic Students

Campus

Tauranga, Christchurch

Fees

$3,811.00 (inc. GST) or fees free* for eligible students.

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Course Details

What are the benefits

This programme is a broad and deep introduction to horticulture that will support employment in a wide range of areas across the horticultural industry. It is also suited to hobbyist horticulturalists keen to learn skills that they can use in their own orchards and gardens.

Graduates leave with a thorough understanding of plants and soils, as theoretical knowledge underpins all practical skills gained.

Content includes ways to look after your soil, and the different options in managing pests, weeds, and plant diseases. A very popular module requires students to propagate plants by many different techniques including seeds, cuttings, and grafting.

Study can be undertaken either full-time or part-time, allowing for flexible study around your work and home commitments.

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Students testimonials

Enrolling for the horticulture course run by John Grant at Skills Update was one of the best decisions I have made. John is a walking encyclopaedia of knowledge and it has been a privilege to be a part of his class.”

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