Agriculture / Horticulture


The Certificate II in Horticulture is your entry into the horticulture industry. You will learn a range of basic practical skills and gain knowledge you need to start your career in horticulture.


This qualification could lead to employment as an assistant or labourer in a horticultural setting. You will gain employable skills but you will also be equipped with the knowledge to proceed into further education in this area. You might like to think about undertaking the Certificate III in Horticulture.


Successful completion of this course will give you a great start for moving on to studying Certificate III in Horticulture or to start an apprenticeship in this field.

Course Delivery

Trainee delivery – this course will be delivered over a 6 to 18 month’s period. Assessments can take place in a work place or class room situation.

Entry Requirements

Each student will undertake a Pre-Training Review before enrolling to help confirm the proposed course is suitable. It will provide valuable information about an individual’s existing skills and knowledge, language, literacy and numeracy skills and whether the course will help in achieving learning and/or employment goals.

Grow your career in one of Australia’s leading agribusiness regions.

SHB Team’s and Australia University Grope Horticulture and Agriculture courses give students access to state-of-the-art learning technologies and equipment, including our training farm at Cardross, which boasts the most up-to-date irrigation facility in Australia. Students get hands on experience with the latest water saving and irrigation techniques, plus instruction in water sampling, monitoring biodiversity, GPS technology, cultural heritage and land restoration.


Extend your knowledge and keep up to date with the latest farming practices. With Our’s Agriculture training courses and access to our best practice facilities and equipment you’ll gain specialised skills and knowledge to guide decisions based on current industry practices.

Conservation and Land Management

Become a specialist in land conservation and natural resource management. Gain the skills required for land management positions in bushland, natural parks, water catchment and public spaces. we provide expert teachers instruct students in techniques in water sampling, monitoring biodiversity, GPS technology, cultural heritage and land restoration. Students gain field experience, knowledge and practical skills that will equip them for a rewarding career in an emerging field.


Extend your knowledge and prepare yourself for a career in horticulture with Our’ Horticultural training courses. Our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment allow you to gain the specialised skills and knowledge you need for a successful career across the horticultural industry.

The AUSTRALIA region grows the following percentages of Australia’s fresh produce:

  • 75%tablegrapes
  • 98%ofAustralia’sdriedvinefruit
  • 69%almonds
  • 48%pistachios
  • 24%citrus
  • 20%ofwinegrapecrush
  • 13%carrots
  • 9%asparagus
1FARMERM/F100024,80 AUD $

Other Term and Conditions :

  1. Age : From 18 – 35 year’s old
  2. Gender : Male / Female
  3. Contract period : 03 – 5 years and renewable.
  4. Probation Period : 01 month
  5. Work Location : Mildura – Darwin – Katherine – Georgetown – Mareeba – NZW – Tasmania and Act.
  6. Basic working hour’s : 08 to 10 hours per day, 05 days per week.
  7. Accommodation : Charge by the Employees average 90 AUD $ a week.
  8. Medical/ Insurance : Provided of charge by the Employee.
  9. Taxes : Provided of charge by the Employee 15,05 %.
  10. Air tickets : Air tickets from Indonesia to Australia shall be paid by the Employee
  11. Visa : Paid by the Employees themselves.
  12. Other : As per Australia Law.

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