PROMOTE YOUR CERTIFICATION
Remember to promote certification on bill stuffers, brochures, yard signs, banners, door hangers, bumper stickers, patches for uniforms, and lapel pins - all the accessories you need to remind customers and alert prospects to your Landscape Industry Certified status.
Example of a Landscape Industry Certified professional getting the credential included in local job bids: Klausing Group Lobbies for Certification
Press Release Templates
Send a press release to your local newspapers and other media outlets that publish information about local contractors for hire to get FREE publicity for your achievement.
How and Why to Promote the Landscape Industry Certification - Read Article
Press Release Template Newly Certified Press Release
For instructions on how to add or change your standard email signature to include the Landscape Industry Certified logo; search “email signature” in your email program’s help menu. View sample
Help instill confidence in your website visitors by proudly displaying your Landscape Industry Certified status in a prominent location.
Prominent Location sample
Maintain Your Certification
Recertification is a mainstay of a quality certification program. Certification maintenance ensures that you enhance the knowledge and skills needed to deliver and maintain a professional service to your clients and the community. As a landscape professional, you must remain in a roundabout of ongoing career learning to stay on top of your game and certification maintenance demonstrates your commitment to continuing competence.
NALP offers both online and print processes to easily maintain your credentials. To recertify, every two (2) years you will (a) pay the recertification fee ($100) and (b) submit 24 hours of continuing education by the good-through date listed on your certification wallet card.
Visit the NALP Recertification Center for instructions on how to recertify, or contact email@example.com with any questions.
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