Distance learning allows you to fit study around work and family commitments. Our courses are flexible so you can work at your own pace – quickly if you need the qualification as soon as possible, or more slowly if that suits you best. You also have the option to take a study break of up to a year if you need to – so even if you need to take time away, you won’t lose the work you’ve already done, you can just pick up where you left off when you’re ready.
Our courses include one-to-one support from an expert tutor, so help is always at hand. You can contact your tutor by email or phone at any time.
[testimonial company=”RHS Level 2 Tutor” author=”Jo Thornton” image=”http://www.learning-curve.org/wp-content/themes/Minimal/images/rhs-level-2-tutor-jo-thornt.jpg”]The Level 2 is a great foundation qualification because it’s so broad. Over the years, I’ve had students go in many different directions, from working in a plant nursery or setting up a garden maintenance business to working in one of the large botanic gardens or garden centres. The Royal Horticultural Society is well-known by both employers and the general public and carries a lot of prestige. So much so, in fact, that some of my students have successfully applied for new jobs whilst still studying the course. Employers know you’ll have the depth of knowledge they’re looking for. And I think it shows a level of motivation too – it shows them you’re really serious about pursuing a career in this area.[/testimonial]