Certified Practising Horticulturist (CPH) Programme
|Suitable For||Experienced horticulture practitioners who meet the entry requirements.|
*Applicants are to provide a referee report to attest to the applicant's working experience. Referees are expected to be industry practitioners with at least 10 years of relevant working experience and must show proof that they have worked with or supervised the applicants.
|Accreditation||Participants who have successfully achieved certification will be registered as Certified Practising Horticulturists with National Parks Board, Singapore. This certification is endorsed by Australia Institute of Horticulture and is valid for a period of three years. CUGE will provide professional development and upgrading opportunities for Certified Practising Horticulturists through professional workshops/seminars to achieve Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for re–certification. For more information on CPH, CLICK HERE.|
$2,675.00 (Inclusive of 7% GST)
This is a professional recognition programme for practising horticulturists who wish to seek accreditation of their professional status. The programme is offered by the Centre for Urban Greenery and Ecology (CUGE), National Parks Board and is accredited with the Australian Institute of Horticulture (AIH).
The desired outcome of this programme is to have a professional, competent and credible core group of horticulture practitioners and professionals to sustain and forge forward the premier brand of Singapore as a 'City in Nature'. The programme aims to recognise professional competencies of personnel in the horticulture industry. Certification will provide a means to identify professionals with a thorough knowledge of horticultural practices. This programme serves as continuing professional development for horticulture practitioners.
- Introduction – applying the concept of 'Integrated Plant & Landscape Health'
- Plant science
- Soil science
- Water cycles and systems
- Nutrition of plants and soils
- Diagnosis of plant health
- Evaluating a site
- Principles of design
- Selection of plants
- Selection of landscape materials
About The Trainer
Trainers are locally-based industry horticulture practitioners who are either Certified Practising Horticulturists or experts in their area of teaching.
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