Amenity Horticulture B Online Course
From: $50.00 Inc GST / week for 16 weeks
100 hrs (12 months)
Yes unlimited by email
About this Course
- Identify optional management approaches for amenity horticulture sites.
- Determine varying features of optional management approaches for amenity horticulture sites.
- Explain planning concepts and processes used for provision of amenity land.
- Identify and describe up to date information sources relating to changing influences on the amenity industry.
- Explain current social environmental issues as they evolve in a changing political climate, for example community involvement, sustainability, public/private partnerships.
- Explain current economic issues as they evolve in a changing political climate, for example community involvement, sustainability, public/private partnerships.
- Describe Methods of community involvement from user surveys and consultation exercises through to physical involvement using volunteer groups.
- Explain the relationship between the amenity industry, government policies and communities.
- Critically evaluate the means by which the community can be engaged with the amenity industry.
- Determine the impact of community policies on local strategies.
- Determine relevant issues (social, political, economic and environmental) that relate to management of amenity sites.
- Develop an appropriate management plan for an amenity site.
Your TutorBarbara Tremain BSc. (Hons) Horticulture, RHS Adv. Cert,. RHS General, City & Guilds Garden Design, Permaculture Level 3 (UK)
Barbara brings to Careerline a wide range of horticultural experience and knowledge Barbara has a keen interest in herbalism, edible wild plants and has lead into studies of many plant based complementary medicinal systems, qualification as a Bach Flower remedy practitioner and studying Ethnobotany. Barbara has practiced and studied horticulture as well as combining it with her love of travel in many countries including the UK, US and Australia and has also studied Permaculture and runs her own horticulture business. Within the past two years she have also worked for Groundwork SW with 18-24 year old unemployed people, this work and the mentoring scheme has allowed me to teach informally. It has been a delight to nurture the interests of keen learners in horticulture and garden design.