The BSB50240 Diploma of Leadership and Management is a widely focused qualification, suited to many different vocations.

Express you interest in our Job Trainer AHC30716 Certificate III in Horticulture program, the industry standard course for those that want to be horticulturists.

If you are interested in undertaking training in horticulture, please register your interest. We would love to hear from you!

This skill set is our weeds, diseases and chemicals skill set – perfect for anyone who needs to control weeds and pests – either on their own property or someone else’s. 

Join our FREE horticulture course for those living in the Huon and South West areas AND the Launceston area.

We are looking to hear from people in the viticulture industry about training needs they or their staff might need. Respond to our survey now!

McDougalls Power Equipment and GlobalNet Academy have teamed up to provide Tasmanian’s with a quality chainsaw course. McDougalls and GlobalNet’s course is designed to help you better understand chainsaws,

The “Stepping into a horticulture business” course is designed for those wanting to start a horticulture business OR those who have a fledgling horticulture business and need a hand to learn more

There are a huge number of plants that you can plant in your garden to attract bees and thus help boost bee numbers and enhance pollination of your fruit and vegetables.

Tasmanians are the most passionate home growers of tomatoes in the country. Here are some tips from our horticulture courses that will give you a healthy, disease free crop this year. When to plant tomato seedlings in Tasmania. In Tasmania, the adage goes something like “never plant your tomatoes before show day”. This refers to the Hobart show, which falls …

If there is one thing our Horticulture students want to know when they start a course with us it’s “will we be making compost?”.

Now is the time to control coddling moth in Tasmanian fruit trees. With a little knowledge and a few handy tips, you will be enjoying perfect grub-free fruit this summer.

An important part of our Horticulture Certificate courses in Tasmania is pest identification and control.

GlobalNet Academy and the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens partnered with Skills Tasmania to run a Horticulture Skills course in the Derwent Valley.

Growing in raised vegetable beds in Tasmania is easy and convenient but there are some things to consider when designing and setting up your plot.

Melford Cottage Garden in West Hobart was a blank canvas 3 years ago. Look at it now!

Pruning fruit trees can seem a little daunting at times. How much do you take? When do you prune? How many times? and How do you prune to get a good crop of fruit?

Leaf curl effects a range of trees in Tasmanian home gardens. The majority of the cases we see here are caused by a fungus called Taphrina deformans.

A key component of GlobalNet Academy’s horticulture certificate I, II and III courses in Tasmania is understanding the various nutrients required for healthy plant growth and their origins in the soil.

Fumaria is a common horticultural weed in Tasmanian vegetable patches and ornamental gardens.

A key area of study in our horticulture certificate II and III courses is weed identification. But anyone interested in gardening in Tasmania knows the dreaded Oxalis!

With spring in Hobart just three weeks away, we asked some of our GlobalNet Horticulture course instructors for their top 5 things to do now to get the most out of your garden in Spring.

What can you do now in Tasmanian gardens to prepare for the spring rush? Lets start with what seed to sow. We contacted Sam at Southern Harvest quality Seeds.

Our Tasmanian horticulture students start out as novices but soon become “citrus whisperers”. Here’s how they do it!

by Marcus Ragus (Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens) When organic gardeners manage garden pest problems they often look at more than just the caterpillar, snail or diseased leaf. Their effort is to focus on the garden as a whole system of interacting influences that should, when well managed, act as a healthy and balanced environment more like that of a natural …

Adding manure to your ornamental beds or vegetable garden is a great thing to do to increase the fertility of your soil and add some macro and micronutrients. However, not all manures are the same.

When organic garden professionals look at garden pest problems they often look at the garden as a whole rather than focusing on an individual pest or disease outbreak. They then ask themselves, why is there a problem? Beyond the symptoms We need to look beyond the symptoms and if we do that, often the root of the cause is in …

Apple and Pear pruning in Tasmania doesn’t need to be a scary prospect. Pruning fruit trees can seem a little daunting at times. How much do you take? When do you prune? How many times? and How do you prune to get a good crop of fruit? When to prune apples in Tasmania. For a start, winter is a good …

There are a few things to be doing in the garden at this time of year so rug up and make the most of our clear, crisp winter days!

Tasmania is famous for it’s berry crops. Learn how our horticulture students get the best out of their own home gardens.

Winter is the time to grow all of those lovely root vegetables like carrots, parsnips, turnips, beetroot, potatoes and onions. But remember where they are doing most of the growing – under the ground!

GlobalNet Academy students are helping to produce fresh fruit and vegetables in the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens Community Food Garden.

Get your veggie beds ready for spring in Tasmania.

Cloche is French for “Bell” and in horticultural terms it refers to bell shaped covers used to protect single plants. Our cloches use the same principal but are modified to fit rows or patches in your garden.