Get Your Recertification Credits at Cultivate

Cultivate'19 is a great opportunity to obtain Pesticide Applicator Recertification Credits, Landscape Architecture Continuing Education Credits (LA CES) and NALP Landscape Industry Certified CEUs.

 PESTICIDE APPLICATOR RECERTIFICATION CREDITS

States are continuing to approve sessions at Cultivate'18 for various recertification credits. Keep checking back if you don't see your state right now.

HOW THE PESTICIDE RECERTIFICATION PROGRAM WORKS

During the session, check the list on the screen or handout to understand the on-site process for your state. You may have a separate sign-in sheet for your state. For those states approved to use the Ohio form: As you enter the educational sessions (you must be on time), you will obtain an Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) Pesticide Recertification Form. This form must be completed for each pesticide recertification class attended. The form must be filled out completely and signed. The form is not valid without a signature.

Obtain a Session Code.
At the end of the session, the session code will be announced. This code must be written on the ODA form near the bottom under the Session Codes area.

Return completed form to receive a certificate.
At the conclusion of the session, return your completed form – whether it is the ODA pesticide form or your state’s form – To the room monitor, and you will be presented a Certificate of Attendance to retain for your records. Attendees from self-reporting states should submit the Certificate of Attendance to their state’s licensing agency. 

For any Cultivate Pesticide Recertification questions including specific state credits, please contact Meagan Nace at 614-884-1140 or MeaganN@americanhort.org.

Alabama  |  Colorado  |  Indiana  |  Kentucky  |  Ohio   |  MichiganNorth Carolina  |  Pennsylvania  |  South CarolinaVirginia  |  West Virginia

 

 

 

 

National Association Of Landscape Professionals

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS (LA CES)

The following sessions have been approved for continuing education credit by the Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LA CES) administrators as of May 5th. Attendees seeking continuing education credit will be required to sign in and complete an evaluation form. You will receive a confirmation certificate. 

Saturday, July 13th
9:00 AM
Union Station Ballroom B
CareerUP – Setting You UP for Future Success
12:00 PM
Union Station Ballroom A
It’s All About the Workforce
2:45 PM
A213
How to launch a sustainable Seasonal Color Program
4:00 PM
A213
Landscape Design 101: Curb Appeal Makeovers!
Sunday, July 14th
9:30 AM
Short North Ballroom A
The New Way to Communicate in Business in 2019
9:30 AM
A223
20/20 Vision: See Into The Future with Garden Trends
9:30 AM
Union Station Ballroom A
Proven Perennials: Trial Update from Chicago Botanic Garden
9:30 AM
A115
The Attraction and Retention of Top Talent
10:45 AM
A226
Branding
10:45 AM
C150
Building a Sustainable Horticulture Business
10:45 AM
A115
Winning the Battle with Rose Rosette Disease
11:00 AM
Short North Ballroom A
Creating a Modern Workforce: A 21st Century Way to Manage
12:00 PM
Union Station Ballroom B
Cultivate Town Hall: Retaining Talent in the Horticulture Industry
1:30 PM
Short North Ballroom A
The 5 Levels of Leadership: Where Do You Stand?
1:30 PM
C170
Pollinator Protection, Pesticide Stewardship and Best Management Practices - A Panel Discussion Amongst Industry Experts
1:30 PM
A115
Gardening By Your Personality
2:45 PM
C170
Seed Your Future–Progress Toward a Full Employment Pipeline
2:45 PM
A115
What’s The Big Deal about Green Infrastructure and Functional Landscapes?
3:00 PM
Short North Ballroom A
Gaining Influence: 3 Essential Millennial Actions to Advance
4:00 PM
A223
Performance-Based Web Design
4:00 PM
C160A
The One Hour Strategic Plan
4:00 PM
A115
Creating Fantastic Planting Designs - A Panel Discussion Between Growers and Landscapers
Monday, July 15th
9:45 AM
Short North Ballroom A
Putting Success in Your Succession Plan
9:45 AM
A115
A Step Above the Rest: Setting Your Landscape Company Apart
9:45 AM
A213
The Importance of Cultivar Testing for Boxwood Blight
11:00 AM
C170
The Benefits of Conducting a Human Resource Audit
11:00 AM
Short North Ballroom A
Sales Growth Without a Sales Staff
11:00 AM
A115
Are Your Performing at Your Best? Reaching Ultimate Client Satisfaction and Team Buy-in
11:00 AM
A210
Redheaded Flea Beetle: What are the Better Options?
1:00 PM
A223
The Art of Giving Great Service Workshop
1:30 PM
Short North Ballroom A
Make Your Message Irresistible
1:30 PM
A115
"Inside the Box" Swap Shop
2:45 PM
A226
Which Social Media Channels Are Best For Your Business?
2:45 PM
Short North Ballroom A
Building Successful Training Programs
2:45 PM
C170
My Employees Can Do What!?!: Resolving Difficult Issues
2:45 PM
C160A
Biophilic Design in Action: ASID HQ Living Laboratory
3:40 PM
C160A
Building a Biophilic Design Practice
4:00 PM
C170
Hiring and Firing: Getting it Right
4:00 PM
Short North Ballroom A
Search Marketing - The Importance of & How to Understand Performance Metrics
4:00 PM
A115
Insects Under our Feet: Turf Infesting Insects are Important, Too
Tuesday, July 16th
8:15 AM
C170
Bonuses, Overtime, and Employee Pay: Why are We Being Sued?
9:30 AM
C170
What to Do in a Crisis and Managing Difficult Employment Issues
9:30 AM
A115
How Technology is Impacting the Landscape & Nursery Industry
9:30 AM
C210
Push Back Against Armored Scale in Nurseries, Landscape, and Cut Woody Plant Operations

 

National Association Of Landscape Professionals

NALP LANDSCAPE INDUSTRY CERTIFIED CEUs AVAILABLE


Cultivate’19 is approved for the National Association of Landscape Professionals Landscape Industry Certified recertification at 1 CEU per hour of instruction attended. For more information on this recertification, please visit the National Association of Landscape Professionals’ Recertification Center at LandscapeProfessionals.org. You will need to ask for a certificate of attendance at the end of each session.