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Whether you are studying specific skills in a shorter course or looking to become a qualified arborist or a consultant level-5 arborist, TAFE NSW courses offer the hands-on skills and theory you need.

Horticulture courses are taught in in employer-linked facilities with the help of teachers who are horticultural experts. From courses that give you specific skills to foundation certificates to professional-level courses, TAFE NSW will give your horticulture career what it needs to grow.

Landscaping careers combine the creativity of design with the practicalities or everything from earthmoving to drainage to horticulture. When you study with TAFE NSW, your landscaping career will be created by combining hands-on and theory in real-world training environments. Work-placements and apprenticeships may be available.

Careers in plant propagation and horticultural nurseries combine plant science, touch on customer service. When you study at TAFE NSW you will study employer- and industry-led courses in a horticultural nursery. Your teachers will be nursery experts.

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Build a sports turf management career by studying at TAFE NSW facilities that include bowling greens, tennis courts, cricket pitches, football fields and golf courses. Apprenticeships may be available on your way to an in-demand career.

Viticulture and wine-making are both Australian iconic careers and global businesses. When you study horticulture-wine courses with TAFE NSW, you will tend the vines, and grow and harvest grapes. You'll study in a vineyard setting to give your career whatever it needs. Whether you are starting or fine-tuning your viticulture career, TAFE NSW courses are linked to industry and employer needs.

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What job opportunities could a horticulture or landscaping course lead to?

A horticulture course can lead to a number of job opportunities, from maintaining lush, green gardens to managing public parks and spaces. Qualifications in horticulture can lead to a job as a nursery worker, landscape gardener, greenkeeper or floriculturist. The average weekly salary for a nursery worker is $1,000.

Whether you're just starting out in your horticulture career, want to gain more qualifications, add to your previous experience, or simply broaden your horizons, TAFE NSW offers a wide variety of courses at a number of levels to suit you. TAFE courses in the area include Landscaping, Horticulture, Landscape Construction, Parks and Gardens, Retail Nursery, Production Horticulture, Production Nursery and Rural Operations.