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Landscape Horticulture Apprenticeship Training


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This program is currently not being offered at this time. Please join the email interest list.   

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Landscape horticulture is the art of selecting, handling and utilizing ornamental trees, shrubs, and turf grass for the design, development and maintenance of public and private landscape spaces. A landscape horticulturist prepares soil and cultivates, prunes, and irrigates plants to maintain plant health. They also control plant pests using integrated pest management techniques.

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Admission Requirements


  1. Applicants must be ITA registered apprentices. An Industry Training Authority individual ID number (ITA- ID) is required. If you do not have an ITA-ID, you will need to register with the ITA prior to admission at www.itabc.ca.
  2. With no experience contact HortEducation.ca for a sponsorship number to provide the ITA.

NOTE:  

If you have previously applied to our Apprenticeship Program within the last year and now want to register for subsequent levels, please complete the Apprentice Training Registration Form and email it to Forms@nic.bc.ca

If it has been more than a year since you have first applied to NIC’s Apprenticeship Program, please submit a new application using the Apply Now link above and upload the completed Apprentice Training Registration Form

Be sure to monitor your myNIC email address for registration and payment deadlines.  If you have forgotten your username and password, please contact Student Technical Support 

Course Requirements


Apprentices enrolling in technical training must take their training in sequential order, levels 1, then 2, then 3 then 4. You must complete all levels of technical training to be eligible to write the Interprovincial (Red Seal) examination. NIC is currently only offering Level 1 and Level 2 Landscape Horticulture training.

Dates and classes may change or be cancelled depending on demand.

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