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Landscape Management II Certificate

  • Are you looking to offer services your competitors do not?
  • Are you looking to gain more upscale clients?
  • Are you looking for a respected credential to help close the deal?

The Rutgers Landscape Management II Certificate is the solution for you!

Landscape Management 2 Certificate

  • This certificate program consists of 10 classes that will teach you how to:
    • Take your business beyond basic lawn care and maintenance.
    • "Talk plants" with even the most knowledgeable customer.
    • Create popular and profitable outdoor constructions.
  • Do it all in one winter - or take a few courses each season until you've completed the requirements!
  • Total cost: $3950 (*Price is based upon early registration fee for each class.)
  • Please note: You do not need to complete the Landscape Management certificate in order to enroll in Landscape Management II certificate.
  • Questions about the Landscape Management II Certificate? Contact Us

Landscape Management II Certificate Program Courses:

You get 10 classes / 30 days of training,
plus the option of participating in 3 hands-on construction projects!

REQUIRED COURSES:
Introduction to Plant Identification Introduction to Plant Identification (November 9-10, 2016)
Learn plant classification and biology basics to better understand how plants and trees are grouped and identified.
Landscape Design Training: Plant Identification & Selection Landscape Plants: Identification, Selection & Application (January 6 - March 17, 2017)
Gain a comprehensive knowledge of plants and how to best use them in a landscape.
Landscape Design Training

Landscape Design I: The Basics (January 6 - February 24, 2017)
Develop your eye for good design and improve your hand at drafting techniques.

Concrete Pavers Concrete Pavers (January 10, 2017)
Learn about excavation, installation, cutting, edging, and estimating. You can also attend an *optional* second day where you’ll get hands-on experience.
Retaining Wall Design and Installation Training Designing and Installing Retaining Walls (January 30, 2017)
Learn about design factors, material selection, and price estimating.
Sustainable Landscape Design

Sustainable Landscape Design (February 1, 2017)
Make your landscapes more maintainable, environmentally sound, cost effective, and aesthetically pleasing.

Designing Garden Beds and Borders Beds and Borders Seminar (February 6-7, 2017)
Learn to create and maintain outstanding borders within a residential property.
Landscape Training, Outdoor Entertainment Spaces Outdoor Entertainment Spaces: Kitchens, Firepits & More (February 9, 2017)
Learn about the construction of these increasingly popular outdoor spaces.
Landscape Design Training Landscape Lighting: Design & LED Technology (March 13-14, 2017)
Acquire a good working knowledge of electricity, as well as the design and installation of popular wired and wireless lighting systems.
ELECTIVE COURSES - Choose one of the following:

Landscape Sales Training

It's Not the Economy, It's You! (December 8, 2016)
NJLCA executive director Jody Shilan has sold millions of dollars worth of design/build jobs. He'll show you the step-by-step method he uses.

Business and Pricing Strategies

Common Sense Business & Pricing Strategies for Landscape Contractors (December 22, 2016)
Proper pricing and negotiating will ensure a higher profit margin, as well as more successful bids.

Key Elements of Sucess for Landscape Contractors

Better Business Management Skills for the Landscape Professional (January 11, 2017)
Marcus vandeVliet, who leads the ANLA’s Masters in Landscape Business Management Program, will provide you with immediate solutions to make your business more profitable.

Key Elements of Sucess for Landscape Contractors

Landscape Project Management (February 8, 2017)
Many project problems originate during the transfer from sales to production. Marcus VandeVliet will show you how to make the transfer smooth and the preparation complete.

If you need to strengthen your core skills so you can promote your lawn care and landscape maintenance expertise, consider enrolling in our Landscape Management Certificate instead.

Questions about the Landscape Management II Certificate?

If you are a One Stop customer, please contact Casey Sky Noon: 848-932-7250 or noon@njaes.rutgers.edu.

For all other inquiries, please contact Program Coordinator Joe Canzano: 848-932-7317 or jdc110@njaes.rutgers.edu.

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