ILP Certificate in Viticulture Level 3
ILP Certificate in Viticulture Level 3 incorporating National Certificate in Horticulture
Level 2 (Introductory)
Delivery Sites: Hawkes Bay.
Available in other sites when sufficient numbers to commence intake.
Aim and Outcome of Programme
To introduce students to both the practical skills and fundamental theory knowledge required for the Viticulture industry. This certificate will provide the students with an opportunity to have their practical skills recognised, and theory knowledge assessed against Unit Standards registered on the NZQA framework.
Enthusiasm for and interest in vineyard related activities.
Currently working in the viticulture industry is an advantage.
Onsite Education ensures that all students wishing to enrol on this programme have access to a site where by practical training can be offered to those not currently employed within the viticulture industry.
International Students: This course is not suitable for International Students
Viticulture Fundamentals VL301
Purpose: To offer students basic theory knowledge in daily operations undertaken in the vineyard incorporating Health and Safety, Botany, Irrigation and Record Keeping.
Vineyard Husbandry VL302
Purpose: To formalise the basic practical skills attained in the vineyard together with forming the foundation of a Viticulture career.
Electives: One Required
Elective A: Hazard Management VL303
Purpose: To offer students an understanding of workplace hazards and methods to detect, reduce or eliminate further hazards.
Elective B: Soil Science VL304
Purpose: To offer students basic theory knowledge in plant processes and soil structure and properties.