Are you ready to cultivate a future in horticulture? If you like getting your hands dirty and making things grow this certificate is for you. From soil types and propagation to irrigation and harvesting, your future nurturing nature starts here.
This programme aims to provide you with the broad knowledge and skills necessary for entry level employment or further study in the horticulture field. Upon graduation possible employment includes working on your own home garden, lifestyle block, community project or in the horticulture industry.
Adam Evans, Diploma in Horticulture Graduate
Hawke’s Bay vineyards manager Adam Evans is living and working the dream.
Having climbed quite a number of rungs up the corporate ladder, Adam is now responsible for managing Constellation Brands’ 260 hectares of plantings across three sites in Hawke’s Bay. The 10 different grape varieties, he says, only adds to the interest of the job.
Agribusiness Consultant joins EIT Council
Newly appointed to the EIT Council, Gisborne-based agribusiness consultant Hilton Collier believes diversity in educational programmes enhances the interconnectedness of communities like Tairāwhiti read more....
EIT together with Taratahi offer a practical and hands on learning experience. Our rural section runs a 45 ha. sheep and beef farm with sheep and cattle yards and a woolshed. Well stocked tractor and implement sheds provide students with the fencing, handpiece and forestry equipment to learn a wide range of agricultural skills. A demonstration vineyard is sited adjacent to the winery, as well as greenhouses, hydroponics and workrooms.
Latest NewsSee all RSS
Managing a large apple orchard and studying horticulture is half a world away from Steven... Read More
Hawke’s Bay vineyards manager Adam Evans is living and working the dream. Having... Read More
Viticulture and Wine Science Interested in science, viticulture, winemaking or working in... Read More
After 10 years in London, Mathew Cheer returned to New Zealand to find rural industries... Read More