Parks and Gardens

This focuses on public land or private space, asset or infrastructure installation, maintenance and renovation and is particular to local authorities, landscape maintenance companies, green space establishment, recreational developments and large private or public gardens. There is a requirement to understand the relationship between the needs of community, supporting infrastructure and the green environment.


Plant soil and water interrelationships are important to all studies in parks and gardens. The ability of observe and report change across a range of assets forms an important base from which to operate.

Courses offered - Click the links below for units offered:

Please contact us if you are interested in a grayed out course:

AHC20616: Certificate II in Parks and Gardens

AHC31016: Certificate III in Parks and Gardens

AHC40516: Certificate IV in Parks and Gardens

AHC50716: Diploma of Parks and Gardens Management