LANDSCAPE CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS

 

Certification Spotlight


“As the National Association of Landscape Professionals, one of our three strategic pillars is built around highest standards and professionalism. Certification is a key program within this pillar. As industry professionals, I urge you to seek and maintain your landscape credential through NALP. Once you earn your certification, you solidify your pursuit of what this pillar epitomizes – the best and brightest our industry has to offer. This is an achievement you can be proud to display to peers and advertise to customers. Distinguish yourself through certification.”

-- NALP President Scott Jamieson, Landscape Industry Certified, Bartlett Tree Experts

 

CHOOSE YOUR DESIGNATION

Landscape Industry Certified Manager (formerly CLP)designed for landscape contractor business owners or managers.

Landscape Industry Certified Technician – Exterior (formerly CLT-E)designed for exterior technicians in softscape installation, hardscape installation, turf maintenance, ornamental maintenance or irrigation.

Landscape Industry Certified Interior Technician (formerly CLT-I)designed for interiorscape technicians.

Landscape Industry Certified Horticultural Technician (formerly COLP)designed for green industry professionals looking to expand or reinforce their knowledge of landscape plant life.

Landscape Industry Certified Lawn Care Manager (formerly CTP)designed for lawn care professionals wanting a well-rounded foundation in warm- and cool-season turfgrass establishment, growth, maintenance, troubleshooting, and customer relations. Administered by the University of Georgia.

Landscape Industry Certified Lawn Care Technician (formerly CTP-CSL)designed for lawn care professionals focusing on lawn and grounds management in the northern United States (cool season lawns).

Landscape Industry Certified Lawn Care Technician-Nationaldesigned for lawn care practitioners looking to underscore their professionalism and commitment to best practice.

Read about why certification REALLY MATTERS!
Review our certification update from the May/June issue of The Landscape Professional magazine.