Why Study with ACS?

The Australian Correspondence Schools stands out from other Vocational Training Colleges. The following points show why:-

  • Our graduates are extremely successful.
  • All our courses are unique (and to be successful in todays world...you need to be unique… doing a standard course that is taught by many different colleges may in fact restrict your opportunities for employment.
  • Our standards have not been degraded in recent years, like many other colleges.
  • Flexibility – you can study when and where you want, choose what to study, mix and match an extremely wide range of modules in a way to suit you.
  • Tutors are highly qualified and experienced - more so than for most other colleges (our minimum requirements for tutors are set higher than some other vocational colleges.
  • Service to students is more immediate than at other colleges – Tutors are on duty 5 days a week – on call as you need them, this type of service is virtually unheared of elsewhere.
  • Service is guaranteed, because unlike most, it isn't subject to changes in government funding or policy.
  • Internationally recognised and accredited courses (through International Accreditation & Recognition Council).
  • Recognition through various industry bodies.
  • Arrangments through other institutions leading to higher qualifications.
 
 
 
We train people for every type of job and career in horticulture:
 
Work as a gardener, greenkeeper, nurseryman, landscape designer, garden designer, horticultural consultant, arborist, tree surgeon, gold course superintendent, parks manager, landsape contractor, market gardener, orchardist, herb farmer, florist, environmental consultant, garden writer, horticultural therapist, horticultural lecturer, gardening teacher, herb farmer, cut flower grower, plantsman, garden foreman, interior plantscaper, plant breeder, propagator, nursery manager, horticultural salesperson, garden centre manager, allied trades supplier, sales manager, sales assistant, machinery supplier, farmer, irrigator, laboratory assistant, park ranger, fruit grower, garden centre managerhead gardener, agronomist, horticultural scientist, taxonomist, botanist, radio presenter, television presenter, , lecturer, micro propagator, small business proprietor, ....