There are up to 10,000 internet searches each month for jobs in horticulture, so gardening careers are very popular and with older horticulturists retiring, there is a high demand for newly qualified and enthusiastic gardeners to replace them, both in employment and for self-employment.

Our courses cover many areas of the horticultural industry including:

  • Arboriculture
  • Crop and Plant Farming
  • Crop Production and Management
  • Floral Design
  • Garden Design
  • Garden Maintenance
  • Garden Center Management
  • Landscaping Gardener
  • Nursery Sales Assistant
  • Parks
  • Soil Management
  • Sensory or Therapeutic Garden Designer
  • Turf Management
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