Interpret the principles of botany and plant physiology as applied to horticulture practices

Who Should Attend

  • Landscape Supervisor
  • Landscape Manager
  • Certified Arborist, Certified Park Manager, Certified Practicing Horticulturist
  • Diploma holders with Horticulture management

Competencies Trained and Assessed

  • Identify basic cell structure and tissue types in plants
  • Identify the factors that affect plant growth rates
  • Define the major plant physiological reactions and processes in relation to plant growth
  • Differentiate the relationships between the process of photosynthesis and environmental conditions and horticultural practices
  • Differentiate the relationships between the process of respiration and control factors
  • Describe and observe plant growth responses relating them to plant cultural practices

Training Duration

  • 24 hours
  • 8am to 5pm Daily (Mon-Fri)

Course Fee

Singapore Citizens & PRs $190 (after 70% funding)
Foreigners $633.33
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Trainers/Assessors

  • Industry Practitioners
  • Supervisors/Managers from National Parks Board, Singapore