Courses identiified on this page cover aspects of nut production as the primary focus of the course, or as a significant component of a more generalised horticultural course.
|Australian Correspondence Schools
|A 9 lesson correspondence course covering various aspects of the nut industry.|
Global Distance Education
|An 8 lesson correspondence course designed as a detailed look at identification and culture of nuts in warmer climates. Emphasis is placed on the species that are of horticultural value.|
|Courses Direct offer a large range of horticultural courses which are appropriate for people engaged in, or planning on becoming involved in the nut industry|
|Mentor Training (Aust.) Pty Ltd
|OH&S courses currently being developed for the Nut Industry.|
|Australia Macadamia Training Courses 2010|
|Charles Sturt University
|The Bachelor of Horticulture (Production Horticulture) focuses on technical and business management training for the fruit, nut,vegetable and flower industries and places an emphasis on the integration of the science and technology of horticulture with business management capability.|
|Australian Agricultural College Corporation||Five Queensland campuses including Australian College of Tropical Agriculture (incorporating Burdekin Agricultural College and Mareeba Environmental College), Dalby Agricultural College, Emerald Agricultural College and Longreach Pastoral College.|
|ACSGarden (UK) Distance Education Nut Production Course||
Study Nut Culture at home for Commercial Nut Growing or Home Nut Plant Growing. Gain a sound foundation for growing a wide variety of nuts, particularly in temperate climates. This course also provides opportunities for you to focus more on types of nuts that are of greater interest and relevance to you.