You've worked so hard to become certified. Make sure you stay certified. You'll need to recertify every two years. You'll need to recertify every two years. It's easy to do - just stay on top of the latest industry practices by reading articles, attending webinars, conferences and other education and you'll earn CEUs toward your recertification.  

Reinstatement Policy 

For certificants who have not renewed and have a Good Through date of 12/31/2018, effective March 31, 2019, 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 12/31/2017 or less, 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.

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 instruction = 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

2 Steps to Recertify for 2019

Step 1: To recertify, you will report 24 hours of continuing education earned during the 2018 and 2019 time-frame. This can now be done from  your 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. 


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