CERTIFICATE II IN HORTICULTURE
COURSE CODE: AHC20416
Issuance of this qualification is awarded by Djarragun College RTO30166
Each week we spend time learning about plants in class. You will learn about weeds and how they are damaging bushland country, endangering ecosystems and crops, even sometimes they are just plain annoying like sensitive plant or (Pokey weed) that grows in our lawn areas and prickle our feet. The knowledge you will acquire from here is help you make decisions how we can control those weeds in the most appropriate way.
Best of all we get to spend time propagating and growing plants for the school in the nursery, watching them grow and looking after them each week.
We really look forward to being able to grow vegetables in the garden, learning about soil and how to grow healthy plants while we make the school a more attractive place to study and live.
Using the knowledge we learn in class’s and applying it in the schools nursery and gardens allows for real horticultural knowledge and skill building which could lead to work in a range of horticultural workplaces.
Enrolled Djarragun College students may apply to enrol in a VET course from Year 10 onwards.
DURATION AND LOCATION
This Certificate II course is delivered over 2 years on site at Djarragun College, in our purpose landscaping facility centre and workshop.
The course will be delivered in the classroom, face-to- face, using a range of practical and theoretical teaching and assessment methods.
There is no additional fee for enrolling in a VET course, there are two different College fee levels applicable for enrolling at the College. Any VET courses are covered within this fee.
SUPPORT SERVICES AVAILABLE
The College has invested heavily in support services to support student learning. We have a substantial support staff made up of Teaching Assistants, Learning Enhancement teachers and Youth Support Officers.
We also partner with Ngak Min Health to access services that are typically not available in schools.
Djarragun College guarantees that the student will be provided with every opportunity to complete the qualification. We do not guarantee employment upon completion of this qualification.
Students who are deemed competent in all units of competency will be awarded a Qualification, a Record of Results and full QCE points.
Students who achieve at least one unit of competency (but not the full qualification) will receive a Statement of Attainment and may receive some QCE points.
Crop Workers, Landscape Gardener, Horticulture Assistant, Nursery Assistant, Ranger, Parks and Wildlife Officer
- Certificate II level courses will attract 4 QCE