Level 2 Apprenticeship – Horticulture (Amenity and Landscape)

Leveln 2 Apprenticeship Amenity and Landscape

Horticulture - flower potting

This Apprenticeship is a great way to kick-start your career in the Horticulture sector. An Apprenticeship is a great way to earn while you learn and get real industry experience with the support of our industry-expert Training Officers.

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Key facts

  • Start date: On demand
  • Duration: 24 months
  • Location: Workplace
  • Fees: Since 1st May 2017, the principle of "Employer contribution" is now in place, whereby in most cases employers are required to contribute at least 10% of the cost of the Apprenticeship. Please contact us for further details.

Your future

Learners can progress into employment within the Horticultural sector.

Entry requirements

Learners must be 16+ years of age and must have Grade 4 in GCSE English and Maths.

What is an Apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship is not a course but a real job with a training programme attached. It is an ideal way of earning whilst you learn.

This apprenticeship will give you the following:

  • Level 2 Diploma in Work-Based Horticulture
  • Employee Rights and Responsibilities
  • Personal Learning and Thinking Skills
  • Level 3 First Aid
  • PA1 (Using Pesticides Safely)

How to Find an Apprenticeship

There are three ways in which you can find an apprenticeship:

  • You can find your own employer and approach BMC to be your provider. This is the preferred route for most students.
  • You van view our current apprenticeship vacancies here.
  • You can use the Government’s national database to find apprenticeship vacancies here.

Functional Skills

Functional skills are qualifications in English and Maths that equip students with the basic practical skills required in everyday life, education and the workplace. Some may already have achieved suitable qualifications in these areas, but if not, students will work towards achieving Functional skills qualifications in English and Maths. These are assessed by externally set and marked tests which can be completed either on a computer or in paper form.

At the beginning of the programme a student’s strengths and weaknesses in all areas will be identified by the use of a diagnostic and a structured learner plan will be created to address the needs in order to prepare the student for their tests.

Visit Us

If you like what you’ve seen so far, why not come along to our next Brooksby Campus Open Event?

This is a fantastic way for you to get a feel for what it’s like to be a student at BMC. You will get to meet our industry-expert teaching staff, tour our fantastic facilities and find out everything you need to know about courses at BMC.

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