Applications of Science and Technology in the Horticulture Production Sector (Micro-credential) (Level 3)
Primary Industry Training Organisation
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Candidates must be employed within a horticultural business or a business closely associated with the horticultural sector. Candidates must have completed micro-credential "Introduction to the Horticulture Production Sector" prior to entry into this micro-credential or be able to demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
To provide the horticulture sector with people who will have knowledge of applications of science and technology in horticulture production and are able to explain how they contribute to product quality.
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