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We have access to a range of learning areas including equine, animal care, agriculture and horticulture across our York and Middlesbrough campuses.
A Golf Greenkeeper is responsible for the maintenance, care and overall appearance of a golf course in line with employer’s requirements.
Areas of study include plant identification, propagation, surveying, garden design, hard-landscaping and soil science.
The course is practical-based with some theory, providing foundation skills for a horticulture career or progression onto the level three qualification.
This course gives a general introduction to horticulture, which is suitable for anyone wanting to prepare for more advanced study or a career in horticulture, with a combination of practical and theoretical elements.
RHS Level 2 Certificate in the principles of plant growth, propagation and development is a theory-based qualification to develop the essential skills needed to work in horticulture or to further develop your interest.
The RHS Level 3 Certificate in the Principles of Plant Growth, Health and Applied Propagation is a theory-based qualification to improve the horticultural knowledge needed for career development to supervisory or management roles, or to further develop your interest.
This course is a practical hands on course with includes a combination of lecturers and practical activities. The course develops your practical skills and knowledge to the next horticultural level and will allow your progression into the industry such as craft gardener, senior gardener, head gardener/supervisory roles.