OverviewPractical Horticulture RHS Level 1 Award
The Level 1 Award in Practical Horticulture focuses on developing essential basic horticultural skills. These not only offer opportunities for employment, but provide the foundation for further skills development at levels 2 and 3. By carefully focusing on key essential skills, the course helps you to develop confidence in this area.
No formal qualifications but an interest in Gardening and Horticulture.
- Preparing soils for seeding and planting.
- Testing soil
- Assist with Propagation of plants from seed.
- Assist with vegetative propagation.
- Assist with planting and establishing Plants
- Identification of Plants (using botanical names) , pests, weeds and diseases.
RHS Level 1 award in practical Horticulture.
Each module is assessed by a range of practical tasks. Identification is assessed by written tests.
The next course provided by the RHS is level 2 Theory and Practical courses
Learners will need Steel toe capped boots or shoes and note book. Using a camera phone is useful (not essential) when revising especially for Plant identification tests.
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