These courses enable learners to develop their horticultural knowledge and skills. Although they are aimed at those wishing to pursue a career in horticulture, the qualifications are also ideal for the keen gardener. Teaching takes place in our fully equipped Linnaeus study room.
RHS 3 Qualifications support further career and professional development for those already working in the field, or they can provide a basis for continued learning and training.
This theory-based qualification consists of 4 units. The course runs on Wednesdays (7-9.30pm) from 4th September 2013 to 18th June 2014 for 37 weeks. Course fee £600 (excludes examination fees)
This theory based qualification consists of 4 units. The course runs on Mondays (7-9.30pm) from 2nd September 2013 to 16th June 2014 for 37 weeks. Course fee £600 (excludes examination fees)
The certificate consists of four core units and one optional unit.
Collecting and testing soil samples and specifying adjustments for horticulture (2 credits)
Collecting, preparing and propagating from seed (3 credits)
Establishing and maintaining a range of plant types and forms (4 credits)
Identification of a range of common garden plants, weeds, pests, diseases and disorders (3 credits)
Planning, collecting, preparing and establishing propagation material (3 credits)
There are no pre-requisites for entry to this course which provides an excellent next step from Level 2. However those who successfully complete the two theory based RHS Level 3 Certificates and the RHS Level 3 Certificate in Practical Horticulture, will gain the RHS Level 3 Diploma in the Principles and Practices of Horticulture.
Qualification is by continuous assessment by an appointed Internal Verifier and will be subject to at least two External Verifier visits. Students will be assessed on a range of practical tasks as well as through some written assignments.
This course will run one day a week, on Saturdays (10am-4.30pm) 18th May 2013 to 31st August 2013.
Course fee £680 plus the assessment fees of £100 payable to the RHS.
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