Agriculture Animal Care & Horticulture

Agriculture Animal Care & Horticulture

Agriculture Animal Care & Horticulture

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Agriculture Animal Care & Horticulture

Australian farms and their related sectors generate 12 percent of Australia's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and support the jobs of 1.6 million Australians – that’s 17.2 percent of the national workforce! To get the skills you need for the job you want, why not study Agriculture, Animal Care or Horticulture with TAFE New England?

Agriculture

With a TAFE New England qualification in Agriculture, you can pursue a career as a farmer, grazier, shearer, or even an expert in organics. The possibilities are endless and you’ll be contributing to one of Australia's most important industries. TAFE New England even offers a range of pathways programs in conjunction with the University of New England. With a pathways program, you begin with practical skills and knowledge at TNE, achieving a vocational qualification along the way. You can then make the choice to continue on to complete a degree in reduced time at UNE.

Animal Care and Veterinary Nursing

A career working with animals can be both rewarding and challenging. There is a huge range of courses on offer through TAFE New England including equine nursing, pet grooming, animal studies and more...an option to suit everyone! With flexible delivery through TNE Connects, many courses offer options to study off campus, online or part-time, attending workshops to undertake your practical assessments. Stop dreaming and start doing, with a course through TAFE New England.

Horticulture

If you enjoy working outdoors and want to get a head start on a real career, a course through the TAFE New England School of Horticulture may be right for you.  You can specialise in horticulture, conservation and land management, Aboriginal site work, parks and gardens, landscape construction. There are opportunities for apprenticeships and traineeships, and you could pursue a career as a greenkeeper, landscaper, local government employee, landscape designer and more. Why spend your life behind a desk when the grass may be greener on the other side! Find out more about a course in horticulture today.