Established in 2003, Australian College of Agriculture & Horticulture is a Registered Training Organisation with facilities in Melbourne, Werribee Parks and Cairns. The provider offers a variety of agriculture, agribusiness, landscape, parks and gardens and production horticulture courses from certificate, diploma, advanced diploma to a graduate certificate level. The provider also provides consulting services to the Agriculture and Horticulture industry, through the ongoing consultancy arm of the business. The average class size is 24 students.
Provider CRICOS: 02494A (VIC)
Entry requirements for Australian College of Agriculture & Horticulture
Entry for certificate level starts from Year 10 plus satisfactory completion of an in-house language literacy and numeracy assessment.
Transfering your previous study credits
Credit transfer is given for qualifications issued by another Registered Training Organisation still operating Australia. RPL Fees are applicable for RPL applications, though initially students will be quoted the full-fees.
External study oppurtunities
Online/distance study available for eligible applicants.