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The training that can be provided by TM One can be adapted to suit most needs and covering a variety of subjects relative to managing a golf course and meeting current objectives. Being registered with The GTC as an approved Training Provider, TM One can deliver a variety of subjects, aligned to the National Occupational Standards and are based on the best practices and principles of greenkeeping and golf course management.
Who can benefit
Course Managers and Deputies
Short ‘byte’ size training workshops on numerous aspects of golf course management are essential for effectively managing a modern golf course. Subjects that are available range from planning and budgeting to pest & disease control, all of which are listed below.
Colleges
Workshops and presentations are aimed at advanced level students who wish to progress their career and improve their overall knowledge of managing a golf course.
General Managers, Secretaries and Golf Course Owners
Workshops and seminars given to cover the basic fundamentals in turf grass management and the necessary tasks required for maintaining golf courses. This will also include the management and methods used and the benefits gained from each of the practices commonly used for the maintenance of fine turf.
Topics and Criteria covered
• Leadership, Planning & Budgeting
• Setting up a Management System
• Roles & Responsibilities of a Course Manager
• Optimising Maintenance Costs
• Fundamentals in Turfgrass Management
• Cultural Practices including Aeration,
Over-seeding & Top Dressing
• Pest & Disease control and Turf Disorders
including Thatch
• Putting Green Performance
• Tee, Fairway, Surrounds & Rough Management
• Bunker Maintenance & Renovations
• Construction & Grow-In Techniques including Landfill
• Drainage
• Irrigation Installation & Water Management
• Course Set-Up and Presentation
• Seasonal Requirements
• Winter Maintenance
• Case Study: Environment work
• Case Study: Construction & Grow-In
• Case Study: Greens Drainage
• Case Study: Greens Renovation
The subjects and contents covered are listed in more detail in the following attachment.
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