Roots to Fruit Course Handbooks

Roots to Fruit Midlands Ltd. Course Handbooks and InformationRTF logoPlease see the illustration below to understand how the different levels  of courses work.

Qualifications and levels explanation

For information about the training centre our policies and procedures please click on the link below to download your student handbook:

RTF Student hand book 2019

Please click on the correct level of qualification you are studying to download your course handbook.

The Level 2 Horticultural Course Handbook:

RTF L2 Hort hand book

The Entry level 3/ level 1 horticultural/Countryside Skills Handbook:

RTF E3andL1Qualification hand book

When you we capture your signature electronically you are agreeing to your individual learning plan and  qualification summary of units being studied a long with the and terms and conditions you will also be saying that you agree with the terms of the relevant handbook (based on the level of qualification you have chosen to study from the above list as well as declaring that you understand health and safety  information outlined in this link:

Roots to Fruit Health and Safety Information

You will also be giving a declaration of authenticity for the work that you carry out for the qualification you are working towards confirming that I confirm, your evidence portfolio is all your own work and does not include any work completed by anyone other than yourself. You will sign to declare that you will complete the assignment / portfolio in accordance with SEG Awards’ instructions and within the time limits set by Roots to Fruit Midlands Ltd.  Unless otherwise stated e.g. for some entry level qualifications, learners can work together but should identify sections which are their own work.

By agreeing to the declaration of authenticity you confirm that the work you  submit for assessment is your own and that you have not copied it from someone else or allowed another learner to copy it from you. When preparing any course work it is good practice to undertake research using information from published sources.  If you quote directly from these sources then this must be indicated in your work by using quotation marks and referencing the document from which the quotation was taken.  You must then comment in your own words on any ideas expressed.

Assessors, internal verifiers and SEG Awards’ external moderators and verifiers are subject specialists who can spot the use of published materials that may be passed as your own words or ideas.

If you do copy words from a published source and do not indicate their reference you will be committing plagiarism.  This is considered a form of cheating and may result in your assessment being declared void.