Horticulture Cadetship – National Certificate in Horticulture (Advanced) (Fruit Production) (Level 4)
With this certificate you'll gain a well-rounded understanding of the wider fruit industry and the skills required for fruit production. You'll be employed full-time as you study part-time over three years with the on-campus component.
Worldwide, the demand for well-trained staff in the horticulture industries has never been so great. Those who study for a horticulture qualification today, will be all set for a bright future with abundant opportunities and learning capabilities.
Jonathon Newby, Horticulture Cadetship – National Certificate in Horticulture (Advanced) (Fruit Production) (Level 4) Student
My qualification from EIT has enabled me to be employed in the horticulture industry worldwide and also helped me win the NZ National Young Fruit Grower of the Year title.
I have been working in the agricultural sector for over forty years. Originally from the UK I emigrated to NZ in 1986 and worked as a dairy farm manager in the Waikato. From 1995-2009 my wife, family and I lived in Tanzania, East Africa working in the area of community development. I facilitated farmers groups to help enable them better use their resources and improve their livelihoods. I also taught agriculture at certificate level.
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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.
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