Diploma of Irrigation Management
Horticultural Training Pty Ltd
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
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No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management Training Package. It reflects the role of an irrigation business manager.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Determine hydraulic parameters for an irrigation system; Audit irrigation systems; Design irrigation system maintenance and monitoring programs; Design irrigation, drainage and water treatment systems; Develop an irrigation and drainage management plan; Monitor and manage soils for production. Electives: Audit site operations; Establish and maintain an irrigation-related environmental protection program; Design drainage systems; plus more.
About Horticultural Training Pty LtdEstablished in 1997, Horticultural Training Pty Ltd is a Registered Training Organisation offering nationally accredited training from Certificate II to Advanced Diploma in Production Horticulture, Landscaping, Arboriculture, Parks and Gardens, Nursery and Conservation and Land management. All training is delivered on-site. Horticultural Training Pty Ltd is committed to quality delivery and assisting all types of horticultural organisations. All trainers are highly qualified and experienced. RTO code: 5370
DiplomaCourse code: AHC51616
- External = 2 years
- Flexible Delivery = 2 years
11 units: 6 core; 5 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Agricultural engineers study and advise on the use of engineering science and technology in agricultural production and management of natural resources. They apply their engineering knowledge and skills to solve problems relating to such things as sustainable agricultural production, the environmental impacts of intensive agriculture and the post-harvest handling of agricultural products.
Farmers and farm managers undertake farming operations to raise livestock and cultivate crops, fruit, vegetables and other agricultural products.
A farmer is a self-employed person who farms their own land or a leasehold property rented from a landowner. A farm manager is an employee who is paid a salary to manage a farm or group of farms.