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Barry
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 9:45 pm    Post subject: Looking for a training course Reply with quote

Message from a french student:

Hello, my name is Bruno Barry. I'm a student at the National Institute of Horticulture in Angers (FRANCE) which is a graduate and post-graduate school in horticulture and landscaping. I feel like to discover Ireland Smile and work in landscaping so I would like to know if anyone would be interrested in taking me for a training course during the next summer.

If you're interrested could you answer me by mail and I'll send you my C.V and more details.

Thank you for your attention. Very Happy

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2007 12:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

barry,

Maybe you can give some more information for us.

is it just landscaping you are looking into or are you looking for production nursery or garden centre placements aswell?
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Barry
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2007 2:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello, thank you for your advice.

In fact, for this year I am studying horticulture as well as landscaping. as horticulture I mean fruit, vegetable, ornemental plants and cut flowers production and distribution and plants protection. As landscaping I mean also gardening in conception as well as in realization.

At the and of this year (in June), I'll have to chose between:
-valorisation of production in horticuluture (it's a bit like business)
-plants protection
-production management
-project management and engineering in landscaping
-contracting in landscaping.

For my part I think I'll chose project management and engineering. But I can run a training period in the domain that I want and I am interested in learning things in each of them.
(I don't know if some words I use are correct, sorry if my english is not very good). Question

I have to run this training course as a labourer in order to learn how a entreprise work...
It will last at least 2 months from the middle of june 2008 to the middle of august.

Thank you to answer me if you are interested or if you have others questions to ask.

Have a good day Smile

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