Learn virtually in the comfort of your home or office - no travel required! Our webinars make it easy to get the educational topics you want, when you want them. Participants earn CEUs toward Landscape Industry Certified recertification.

WEBINARS

Learn virtually in the comfort of your home or office - no travel required! Our webinars make it easy to get the educational topics you want, when you want them. Participants earn CEUs toward Landscape Industry Certified recertification.

Archived Webinars

PARTICIPATION

  • FREE for NALP Members!
  • Nonmembers $39 for each webinar

All webinars (including slides) are archived in the Member Center for on-demand viewing at your leisure. National Association of Landscape Professionals membership is required to access archived webinars.

UPCOMING WEBINARS

Specialty Month: Landscape Management Week Webinars

Tuesday, February 20

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. EDT
Lean in the Landscape
Productivity is driven by removing wasted activities from the work flow. Working harder doesn’t get you there. Working smarter requires context, insight and ideas that that change the game. Lean about basic lean manufacturing concepts and how these can be applied in the landscape industry.

Free for NALP Members $39 for Nonmembers

Tuesday, February 22

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. EDT
Production Planning Analysis and Execution
Understanding the Importance of Systems Management VS. Task Management in Day to Day Operations Effective production planning, structured scheduling and routing, efficient job execution, and the consistent measurement of this process is a critical component of your success.

Free for NALP Members $39 for Nonmembers

Thursday, March 1

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. EDT
Basics of Water Efficient Products
The landscape and irrigation industry constantly hears the terms “water efficient products”. But what makes a product or a practice efficiently use water? What should be done to ensure the results will be as good as possible?

This 1-hour webinar will examine the scientific principles behind efficient irrigation water use in the landscape. Additionally, the course will cover some of the common aproaches to leverage those principles when matching products and practices to the site and irrigation system conditions.

This Course Highlights:

  • Looks at the science of efficiency in a common-sense approach be efficient with water in the landscape.
  • Shows some practical and effective methods and practices to apply the science to achieve real results.
  • The course uses actual situations familiar to most landscape and irrigation contractors and managers.

Free for NALP Members $39 for Nonmembers

Wednesday, March 7

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. EDT
Sustainable Winter Management (SWiM) ™* A Framework for Professionalism
Learn how winter management contractors can develop a framework for professionalism by following industry best practices and guidelines of the Sustainable Winter Management (SWiM)™ program and certifications for properties. This presentation will help you educate your clients to predict their costs while managing safety and quality, as well as understand the environmental effects, business continuity issues and risks associated with managing winter storms and seasons Phill will incorporate the Snow and Ice Management Association (SIMA) Best Practices guidelines and the results of his two-year Harvard study that focuses on the sustainability issues of the winter management industry. He will discuss the resulting framework of solutions interventions and SWiM™ standards of policy to consider for bolstering the industry’s reputation and professionalism.

The landscape and winter management industries have an opportunity to leverage the lack of any existing standards and regulations connected to sustainability. Environmental issues associated with winter management operations synthesized with the principles of sustainability is an opportunity for the industry to develop self-regulated standards of policy that enable standards of practice.

At the forefront of branding and selling on reputation are examples of “green” practices, sustainability, LEED, and environmental stewardship. It is possible the current assessment of sustainability issues can be leveraged as a strategy for the industry to elevate its image as environmental stewards and bolster its credibility as a profession rather than a service.

*The Sustainable Winter Management (SWiM)™ program and certifications are trademarks of PC Sexton WIT Companies, LLC.
Copyright © PC Sexton WIT Companies, LLC - d.b.a. WIT Advisers. All Rights Reserved.

Free for NALP Members $39 for Nonmembers

 

 


Landscape Industry Certified Webinars approved for NALP Landscape Industry Certified recertification at 1 CEU per hour of instruction attended. For more information, please visit NALP's Recertification Center.