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As a Landscape Industry Certified professional you already recognize the relevance and importance of certification. Recertification is how you continue to grow, adapt and evolve to meet and set the standards for the industry. Your recertification helps to advance the landscape industry.

CEU’s & Advancing your Professionalism

There are numerous ways to earn CEU’s and to advance your professionalism. Maintaining your credential(s) is easier than you might think; recertification requires Landscape Industry Certified professionals to earn twenty-four (24) continuing education units (CEUs) every two years. 1 hour of instructions = 1 CEU. You can advance your professionalism and earn CEU’s by:

  • Attending Conferences and Seminars
  • Taking a College or University Course
  • Volunteering and Contributing
  • Enrolling in a new NALP Certification program or specialty

Through the recertification process you will expand your knowledge and seek out new ways to grow. This knowledge will help you to advance your job skills, gain new skills and improve the communities and the environment for your clients and customers.

2 Steps to Recertify for 2018

Step 1:  To recertify, you will report 24 hours of continuing education earned during the 2017 and 2018 time-frame.  This can now be done from the Member Center>My Account, click on the Certification tab and use the + to add your continuing education units.

Step 2:  Pay the recertification fee of $100. Download Application; use the Recertification Requirements to review the activities that qualify for continuing education.  NOTE:  Online capabilities will be coming later this summer.

Reinstatement Policy - Effective May 1, 2018

For certificants who have not renewed and have a Good Through date of 12/31/2017, effective May 1, 2018, your credentials are considered 'Late'.
 - For Late certificants to reinstate your credentials you will:  Submit the 24-hours of continuing education and pay the reinstatement fee ($200.00).  Download Reinstatement Application

For certificants who have not renewed and have a Good Through date of 12/31/2016 or less, effective May 1, 2018 your credentials are considered 'Lapsed'.
- For Lapsed certificants you will be required to: Re-enroll into the program, pay full program fees and retake the applicable examination.

If you have any questions regarding recertification, please contact Margo Rash.