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Horticulturists specialize in the study of plants, specifically the cultivation and management of vegetables, fruits, medicinal plants, and non-food crops. Vocational horticulture instructors impart their knowledge of horticulture to others interested in learning more about this field.
Extensive knowledge of horticulture and a commitment to spreading this knowledge are essential for anyone wishing to pursue a career as a vocational horticulture instructor.
At your interview, be prepared to answer questions about why you chose this particular career and what makes you the best candidate for the job. The interviewer will also likely ask you about your strengths and weaknesses in this particular role and if you are doing anything to overcome your weaknesses. Other questions that you can expect to be asked will be about your teaching style and what strategies you use to motivate your students. To know more about the questions that are commonly asked at vocational horticulture interviews, go to Mock Questions.