RHS Level 2 Garden Planning Unit 3: Production of Outdoor Vegetables and Fruit
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THe Production of Outdoor Vegetables and Fruit is the third unit of the Level 2 Garden Planning Certificate.
The RHS have set a deadline of March 31 2023 for anyone wishing to embark on study for this Certificate, which is part of the suite of Level 2 qualifications replaced in September 2022 by the new RHS Certificates. There is no transition for individual units, so if you have already started the Garden Planning Certificate you have until the February 2024 exam round to complete it. This means you have only June 2023 and finally Feb 2024 to take or retake exam units.
Units 2, 3 and 4 of the Garden Planning Certificate will remain available to you to purchase if you have already begun your studies before the RHS deadline.
What will I study?
This third Unit of the Garden Planning Certificate is a comprehensive introduction to productive gardening - growing vegetables and fruit at home.
How is it delivered and assessed?
Online learning gives you flexible study - you can log in to your 'virtual classroom' for each unit:
Download notes and presentations to read on or offline, or print them out if you prefer
View interactive materials and 'self-test' quizzes online
Contact your course tutor using the internal messaging system
Upload practice exam papers and questions, and your revision workbook for feedback and support
Keep in touch with other students on your course through the online forum
Get updates and reminders about exam deadlines.
What qualification will I get?
When you have passed exams in all the units, the Royal Horticultural Society will award a Level 2 Certificate in the Principles of Garden Planning, Establishment and Planting.
If you successfully complete the other theory Certificate, you will be awarded the RHS Level 2 Certificate in the Principles of Horticulture; if you complete the RHS Level 2 Practical Certificate in Horticulture before July 2024, the RHS will award you a Level 2 Diploma in the Principles and Practices of Horticulture.
What is the cost and venue(s)?
Study at home, or whenever and wherever it suits you. You can download most of the course materials, print them out if you prefer, or take them with you on a tablet on your daily commute.
You can buy each unit separately at £75. This does not include the RHS examination fees (currently £20 per unit but please consult the booking page as they are updated annually by the RHS).
These are paid to the RHS by the Centre where you choose to take your exams, and while we offer our students the facility to take exams at our Ryton centre, it may not be the most convenient location for you. You can arrange to take examinations at any Centre which offers your specific exam and which will accept an external candidate. The RHS website gives guidance on finding an exam centre. Alternatively the RHS now offer an online version of the same exam which you can sit at home - it takes place with remote invigilation at the same time as the national exams. Please contact the RHS direct about booking these exams.
What is the enrolment process?
You can enrol and buy your chosen unit on the website using PayPal. Please enter your enrolment number to validate the purchase and ensure that the unit is added to your current enrolment so that you can continue to use your existing username and password. Confirmation should be emailed to you automatically; please check your spam filters if you do not see an email within an hour, and contact us if nothing has arrived overnight.
What else do I need to know?
This is the third unit in the Level 2 Garden Planning Certificate which is offered only as a completion to anyone studying this qualification and buying units individually.
What can I do after completing this course?
Units 2 and 4 are also available individually to complete the Certificate.