How to Succeed in Horticulture?
- Understand that a course is only the start -Studying provides a foundation that makes it easier to understand how plants grow, easier to identify problems, easier to remember plant names and easier to experiment and develop sound practical skills.
- It may be convenient to think a course will teach you all of the theory and practical skills you need for a successful career; but that is unrealistic in an industry as complicated as horticulture, and a world that is changing as fast as ours does
Our courses focus on helping you learn.
After more than 40 years of teaching and watching graduates develop careers; we realize that "passing exams" and "getting qualifications comes a distant second to "what you learn"
Some of the best qualified people in horticulture often struggle to succeed; while others who have a lot of knowledge and skill, can frequently become industry leaders, despite having few (and sometimes no) qualifications
YOU SHOULD STUDY TO LEARN....
STUDYING TO BECOME QUALIFIED IS A VERY LIMITED APPROACH TO DEVELOPING A CAREER!