New Zealand Certificate in Horticulture - Wine Growing
Level of study
Cost (incl GST)
Learners must be employed in the sector.
*May be eligible for Government Support including Fees Free. Learn more here.
Non-funded fee: from $5,094.79. Please note, this fee will only apply for non-funded learners – learners who are not employed in the industry, do not meet the entry requirements of the programme, or are not classed as “domestic learners” under the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) funding rules. For more information, visit the TEC website here.
Learners will gain the skills and understanding to step up into supervising, be able to lead and manage a team ensuring quality and productivity at every step. Learners will learn how to manage, inspire and guide those around them, ensuring the highest standards along the entire fruit production process to achieve crop production targets.
This can be completed as second and third year of a New Zealand Apprenticeship.
Graduates of this qualification will be able to:
- supervise and provide instruction to team members using a range of effective communication and interpersonal skills relevant to a horticulture sector
- implement and monitor sustainable wine growing operations to achieve grape quality specifications
- implement and monitor a sustainable wine grape protection programme to achieve grape quality specifications
- monitor and assess sustainable wine growing techniques to achieve desirable wine quality.