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study agriculture at tafe queensland

Agriculture

The agriculture industry offers a range of hands-on job opportunities in the great outdoors. Whether you want to be a farm hand, park ranger, station manager, or natural resource manager, we have a course that will give you the skills you need to launch your agricultural career.

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Career outcomes
  • Agronomist
  • Farm hand
  • Station manager
  • Natural resource manager
 
study horticulture with tafe queensland

Horticulture

The horticultural sector includes everything from plant care to landscape management. Studying horticulture can set you on the path to becoming a greenskeeper, arborist, or landscaper, as well as opening up a range of generalist horticulture roles in nurseries, parks, and gardens.

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Career Outcomes
  • Greenskeeper
  • Landscaper
  • Nursery worker
  • Park ranger
 
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Study horticulture at TAFE Queensland

The horticultural sector includes everything from plant care to landscape management. Our practical courses covering planting, propagating, irrigating, pruning, processing, and fertilising will get you job ready sooner. Practice your horticulture skills in our large grounds that include sprawling lawns, gardens, nurseries, and reclaimed forest parks.

 

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