Try Horticulture Virtual Open Day by Teagasc College of Amenity Horticulture

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Try Horticulture Virtual Open Day by Teagasc College of Amenity Horticulture: On Friday, 26th February, Teagasc College of Amenity Horticulture  will hold the second of a series of virtual information events at 12:30 pm for one hour.

College Principal John Mulhern will be joined by the Director of the Botanic Gardens Dr. Matthew Jebb where the discussion will centre around studying Horticulture in the National Botanic Gardens. This will be a great opportunity to listen to the director first hand and to get an idea of the work that students get involved in during their Horticulture courses that they follow in Glasnevin. Prospective learners will get a chance to ask questions directly about the work that goes on in the NBG in Glasnevin.

If you have an interest in pursuing courses in Horticulture at Teagasc College of Amenity Horticulture register for the event and Teagasc will answer any questions that you may have.


Try Horticulture Virtual Open Day by Teagasc College of Amenity Horticulture

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About  Teagasc

The College of Amenity Horticulture is located at the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin.

There is a strong tradition of teaching at the National Botanic Gardens dating back to 1812.

Our aim is to prepare students for employment in the amenity horticulture industry. The courses are provided in association with OPW, Dublin Municipal Parks departments and the Golfing Union of Ireland.

Currently we provide training for 300 students between all our courses with a balance of school leavers and mature students among the participants. The College of Amenity Horticulture is non-residential with students finding accommodation in the locality.

Course format includes the theory and practice of horticulture. Students get the opportunity to work in a practical way alongside skilled horticulturalists.

Graduates of our courses contribute in many sectors of the horticulture industry, such as, landscape design and construction, garden centres, parks, estate gardens, grounds maintenance and greenkeeping.

All aspects of Horticulture are being studied on our programmes at all levels and prospective students should contact the college directly or attend a careers and course day to find out more information.



Steven Galvin

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