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Classes for the Fruition Diploma in Horticulture Production begin again next week
It is time for learning
Classes for the Fruition Diploma in Horticulture Production begin again next week. Anyone who is keen to advance in either a management or technical aspect of the horticulture or viticulture industries are encouraged to join the programme. Students can join from anywhere in the country and engage in content either by coming to classes in Tauranga, joining on-line on a Wednedsay evening or watching recorded classes in your own time.Feedback from the learners who have engaged in the programme has been strongly positive. One student provided this feedback “My workplace has valued my input lot more since starting with Fruition. I think the whole Fruition team do an absolutely fabulous job at delivering course material that is understandable and going the extra mile to support students. I find this course challenging but very rewarding, so thank you all!”
Delivery for the 2023 academic year begins on the 18th of January, so those keen to participate should contact Fruition Horticulture to discuss their eligibility or other professional development options available.
Consider this as an option for the professional development of existing staff, keen to move into more senior managerial or technical roles.For more information on any of the training offered by Fruition go to our website www.fruition.ac.nz.
Image: Fruition Diploma students setting up an experiement at a fieldtrip held last year.
Sandy Scarrow, Managing Director, Fruition Horticulture (BOP) Ltd, PO Box 792, Tauranga 3144, 150 Strand Extn, Tauranga.
Phone (07) 928 5350 or (027) 4425436