About the course
This apprenticeship program is designed to provide individuals working in the industry, who want to pursue a career in horticulture, with theoretical principles and practical trade skills developed by industry to become a recognized horticultural technician. The program fulfils the on-the-job and in-school requirements of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) and the Ontario College of Trades (OCOT), and supports apprentices in completing their Red Seal Certificate of Qualification exam to become a Landscape Horticulturist.
Intake Months
JANUARY, MAY, SEPTEMBER
Delivery Locations
C66974
Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Estimated annual course fee
CAD 1,632
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Duration
24 Weeks
Post study visa
1 Year

Algonquin College

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Algonquin College is one of Canada’s largest colleges with over 300 programs of study and 20,000 full time students. The College proudly nurtures a friendly, student-oriented atmosphere. Students come to Algonquin College from around the world to study English, take second- and third-year courses within their area of specialization, and to pursue customized skills upgrading and training programs. International students experience the Canadian approach to an applied education by studying, working and collaborating with Algonquin College students and faculty in learning, teaching and research.
Algonquin College is internationally recognized for diverse areas of studies that answer to the needs of today’s employment market. The focus is on applied studies that allows students to gain applied skills as well as practical experience. A student-centric approach helps promotes success through hands-on, experiential teaching, comprehensive resources, diverse support services, and dedicated faculty and staff. Last but not the least, modern facilities and strategic partnerships of the college ensures that the students have access to the quality education and skills training required for a rewarding career. Located across the river from the French province of Québec Ottawa is a place where students will hear English and French spoken in the streets, and where they can discover Canada’s proud heritage at impressive national sites and famous landmarks. As a multicultural city, Ottawa showcases the best of arts and culture from around the world.
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1385 Woodroffe Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, K2G 1V8

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Located in the nation’s capital, our main Campus offers programs in everything from accounting and nursing to computing and welding. Surrounded by Canada’s largest high-tech community, our well equipped Campus —one of the largest in Ontario — is minutes from parks, museums and the world-famous Rideau Canal.