You will learn from talented tutors and get stuck into a highly engaged and practical learning environment, where you can turn theory into practice.
You’ll cover topics such as soil management and how crop requirements can be satisfied organically, whilst actively producing vegetables, fruit and herbs over a full growing year.
Course delivery is face to face one day a week on a Thursday and you will have the opportunity to either get experience on your own property or be connected to a local farm to get hands on experience.
Graduates will be able to work in a self-managed capacity and may have some responsibility for the performance of others.
- Literacy - 10 NCEA credits at Level 2 or above
- 5 credits in reading
- 5 credits in writing
- Numeracy - 10 NCEA credits at Level 1 or above
Approximately $1000 to purchase PPE, appropriate boots and clothing, and a google chromebook as required.
Changes for new learners
WITT and this programme are part of Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology .