Level 2 Horticulture – Theory
There will be hands on activities such as practical’s, field work, experiments, and demonstrations. Theory work will involve both individual and group work along with reading, writing and problem solving and research skills.
What Knowledge Will I Develop?
Through a range of learning experiences students will develop their understanding of soil management, the environmental impact of horticulture, plant reproduction, growth and development. Students will also develop landscape design skills.
How Will The Course Contribute To My Qualification?
|Code||Title||Credits||Internal||External||Core||Optional||L1 Literacy||L1 Numeracy||UE Reading||UE Writing||Date|
|24833||Identify and maintain fencing tools and equipment, and identify fencing construction materials and wire types||4||y||y||16-09-2021|
|2765||Plant trees and shrubs under close supervision (US)||5||y||y||16-09-2021|
|24822||Install wooden battens for fencing (US)||3||y||y||16-09-2021|
|27215||Prepare to apply agrichemicals using handheld equipment (US)||5||y||y||16-09-2021|
|91297||Demonstrate understanding of land use for primary production in New Zealand.||4||y||y||19-11-2021|
|91291||Demonstrate understanding of advanced plant propagation techniques used for commercial production in New Zealand.||4||y||y||y||15-07-2021|
|91296||Produce a landscape plan.||4||y||y||y||13-05-2021|
|91292||Demonstrate understanding of how management practices influence plant growth and development in NZ commercial production||4||y||y||15-04-2021|
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