Horticultural Technicians

Horticulturists specialize in the cultivation of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants. They contribute to sustainable and aesthetically pleasing plant production.

Areas of Work:

  • Fruit and Vegetable Production: Managing orchards and vegetable farms.
  • Landscaping: Designing and maintaining gardens and outdoor spaces.
  • Nursery Management: Growing and propagating plants for commercial sale.
  • Greenhouse Production: Utilizing controlled environments for plant cultivation.

Educational Requirements:

  1. Advanced Level (ACSEE):
    • Obtain a certificate with passes in relevant subjects, including Biology and Chemistry.
  2. Bachelor of Science in Horticulture:
    • Pursue a bachelor’s degree in Horticulture.
  3. Practical Training in Gardens and Nurseries:
    • Gain hands-on experience through practical training in gardens and nurseries.
  4. Landscaping Design:

Learn about landscaping design and plant aesthetics.