Arboriculture Courses

ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN APPLIED MANAGEMENT (ARBORICULTURE) VBS001 Duration icon 900 hours Qualification icon Advanced Certificate Modules icon 7 modules

This course builds both skills in management and arboriculture.

For managers and supervisors in arboriculture: covering diagnosing tree problems, tree surgery, pruning, tree nutrition, trees for rehabilitation, propagation, tree selection and identification. Management studies covering office practices, business operations, management and marketing.

There are 7 modules plus a 200hr workplace project in this course. These are the 4 core units common to all streams of this Advanced Certificate, and three specialist units of study relating to the selection and culture of plants, with an emphasis on trees.

 

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Learning methods available: This course can be studied via Correspondence Correspondence This course can be studied Online Online This course can be studied through E-Learning E-Learning Read more & enrol: ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN APPLIED MANAGEMENT (ARBORICULTURE) VBS001

ARBORICULTURE I BHT106 Duration icon 100 hours Qualification icon Statement of Attainment


ARBORICULTURE - ONLINE HOME STUDY COURSE
 
Study, Learn and Work in the Arboriculture Industry
 
Understand diagnosis and treatment of tree disorders in this distance learning course. Pests, diseases, nutritional and water problems are covered. Learn about tree identification, biology, tree surgery practices, pruning and training both young and established trees, and safety measures to follow.  Learn about:
  • Tree biology
  • Soils for trees
  • Tree health problems
  • How to prune trees correctly
  • Equipment
  • Workplace Health & Safety
This 100 hour module can be take as a short course or forms part of our Certificate in Arboriculture. 
 
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Learning methods available: This course can be studied via Correspondence Correspondence This course can be studied Online Online This course can be studied through E-Learning E-Learning Read more & enrol: ARBORICULTURE I BHT106

ARBORICULTURE II BHT208 Duration icon 100 hours Qualification icon Statement of Attainment

Online arboriculture course; tree care; home studyARBORICULTURE: STUDY IT AT HOME WITH THIS ONLINE COURSE

Increase your understanding and skills in tree care.
 
Develop your ability to manage trees beyond the basics (building on Arboriculture I), in order to minimize potential long term tree problems. Learn about better tree selection, strengthening and improving health of existing trees. Learn techniques used to remove trees and stumps that need removal.  Also learn about:
  • Tree planting
  • Advanced tree problems
  • Tolerant tree species
  • Establishing tree plantations
  • Tree felling
  • Stump removal
  • Strengthening weak trees  and more
Learning methods available: This course can be studied via Correspondence Correspondence This course can be studied Online Online This course can be studied through E-Learning E-Learning Read more & enrol: ARBORICULTURE II BHT208

CERTIFICATE IN ARBORICULTURE VHT090 Duration icon 600 hours Qualification icon Certificate Modules icon 6 modules

This certificate focuses on the culture and care of trees, providing a sound foundation for any working or hoping to work with tree establishment or maintenance. Unlike many other courses in arboriculture, this course also provides a broad foundation across all aspects of horticulture.

Work with trees the lungs of the world.

To work in the challenging and stimulating arboriculture industry you need fundamental knowledge and understanding of trees, their amenity value and their indisputable value to the environment. Such knowledge includes the maintenance and management of trees; tree assessment for health, monetary or environmental value, fundamentals of planting, transplanting, pruning, site planning, identification and treatment of pests diseases, nutritional and other disorders, tree surgery, after-care and advice and tree removal.

Opportunities in this growing industry include employment in private specialist contracting businesses, self-employment, local and state government positions. Activities include the maintenance and care of trees and large shrubs in private gardens, public parks, reserves, bushland reserves, recreational areas, industrial complexes, housing estates and institutions.

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Learning methods available: This course can be studied via Correspondence Correspondence This course can be studied Online Online This course can be studied through E-Learning E-Learning Read more & enrol: CERTIFICATE IN ARBORICULTURE VHT090

CERTIFICATE IN HORTICULTURE (ARBORICULTURE) VHTOO2 Duration icon 600 hours Qualification icon Certificate Modules icon 6 modules

What is Arboriculture?  How do I get a career in Arboriculture?

Learn the culture and care of trees, developing a sound foundation to work in arboriculture, whether tree establishment or maintenance. Horticulture I provides a broad foundation in horticulture, followed by studies which include tree identification, tree botany, planting, transplanting, tree surgery, diagnosing pests and diseases, plant health, protection, trees for rehabilitation, plant selection-establishment and more.

Not many courses available combine general horticulture units along with specialist arboriculture units - this is a unique opportunity to gain knowledge in both areas.

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Learning methods available: This course can be studied via Correspondence Correspondence This course can be studied Online Online This course can be studied through E-Learning E-Learning Read more & enrol: CERTIFICATE IN HORTICULTURE (ARBORICULTURE) VHTOO2

DECIDUOUS TREES BHT244 Duration icon 100 hours Qualification icon Statement of Attainment

Learn to Care for Deciduous Trees

Deciduous Trees are widely planted, particularly in temperate and colder areas of the world. They are very important for both amenity horticulture and forestry. This course is a great foundation study for new or experienced horticulturists, landscapers, arborists, nursery workers, gardeners, parks managers; or anyone else concerned with the selection, propagation, care, maintenance or harvesting of deciduous trees.
 
This covers many popular types of deciduous trees such as maples, oaks, ash, birch and many more.
Learning methods available: This course can be studied via Correspondence Correspondence This course can be studied Online Online This course can be studied through E-Learning E-Learning Read more & enrol: DECIDUOUS TREES BHT244

TREES FOR REHABILITATION (REAFFORESTATION) BHT205 Duration icon 100 hours Qualification icon Statement of Attainment Lessons icon 10 lessons

Study the rehabilitation of degraded sites with this timely informative course
 
This course develops an understanding of environmental systems and the rehabilitation of degraded landscapes. You will learn about:
  • seed collection
  • storage and germination
  • propagation
  • plant selection
  • establishment techniques and 
  • controlling pest & disease after planting.
Learning methods available: This course can be studied via Correspondence Correspondence This course can be studied Online Online This course can be studied through E-Learning E-Learning Read more & enrol: TREES FOR REHABILITATION (REAFFORESTATION) BHT205