Landscape Architects

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Courses may not be repeated in the renewal period. All paperwork must be received and assessed prior to license expiration.

  • Stormwater Management Course - $100.00

    8 Hrs. Credit

    (Course #0701, FL #0009491, NC #9841)

    • Human Activities That Alter the Water Cycle.
    • Causes and Effects of Eutrophication.
    • Riparian Zones Prevent Erosion, Protect Water Quality, and Provide a Habitat.
    • Point and Non-Point Source Water Pollution.
    • Forms of Stormwater Mitigation.
    • Integrated Stormwater Management.
    (Courses are classified as optional in Florida)
  • Solar Energy Course - $100.00

    8 Hrs. Credit (Course #0601, FL #0009300, NC #9397)

    • Passive Solar Energy Used for Drying, Cooking, and Water Purification.
    • Passive Solar Energy Design Guidelines.
    • Benefits of a Cool or Green Roof.
    • Types and Applications of Solar Collectors.
    • Landscape Design Considerations for a Solar Collector Array.
    • Sustainable Design in Landscaping.
    (Courses are classified as optional in Florida)
  • The Benefits of Trees Course - $100.00

    8 Hrs. Credit (Course #0901, FL #0010984, NC #12469)

    • Explain the Environmental, Economic, and Social Benefits of Trees to Humans.
    • Understand the Physical, Biological, and Chemical Properties of Soil.
    • Use of Imported, Prepared Soil to Obtain Optimum Planting Conditions.
    • Explain Tree Planting Procedures Including Support Systems.
    • Appropriate Use of a Particular Type of Tree.
    • Proper Placement of Trees of the Site for the Desired Results.
    (Courses are classified as optional in Florida)
  • Water Conservation Course - $100.00

    8 Hrs. Credit (Course #0101, FL #0008416, NC #6378)

    • Global Water Scarcity.
    • Micro-Irrigation.
    • Water Conservation Techniques.
    • Water Conservation Devices.
    • Watering Schedules.
    • Water Audits.
    (Courses are classified as optional in Florida)
  • Micro-Irrigation Course - $3.00

    8 Hrs. Credit

    (Course #0201, FL #0008415, NC #6436)

    • Advantages / Limitations.
    • Elements of the Design Process.
    • Plant Water Requirements.
    • Drip System Layout.
    • Drip System Hydraulics.
    • Installation/Maintenance/Troubleshooting.
    (Courses are classified as optional in Florida)
  • Landscape Irrigation Management Course - $100.00

    8 Hrs. Credit

    (Course ##0801, FL #0010333, NC #11502)

    • Conventional and Micro-Irrigation Equipment
    • Irrigation Terminology
    • Calculate Conventional Irrigation Schedules
    • Calculate Micro-Irrigation Schedules
    • Educate the Property Owner About Proper Maintenance
    • Advise the Property Owner of Water Usage and Costs
    (Courses are classified as optional in Florida)
  • Cross Connection Control Course - $100.00

    8 Hrs. Credit

    (Course #0301, FL #0008418, NC #6437)

    • Cross-Connection and Backflow Terminology.
    • Backflow Affecting Public Health, Safety, and Welfare.
    • Protecting Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources.
    • Associated Risks and Types of Contaminants.
    • Approaches to Cross-Connection Control.
    • Cross-Connection Control Responsibility.
    (Courses are classified as optional in Florida)
  • Barrier Free Design Course - $75.00

    3 Hrs. Credit

    (Course #0501, FL #0008417, NC #6439)

    • History and Evolution of Accessibility Laws.
    • Terminology Applicable to Accessibility.
    • Emotional and Psychological Needs for Universal Design.
    • Minimum Clearances for Mobility.
    • Examples of Clear Space and Reach Limits.
    • Maximum Slopes, Ramps, and Handrail Requirements.
    • Physical Barriers Encountered in a Municipality.
    (Courses are classified as optional in Florida)
  • Sustainability Course - $50.00

    2 Hrs. Credit

    (Course #0401, FL #0008414, NC #6438)

    • Problems Associated with Overpopulation.
    • Causes of the “Greenhouse Effect.”
    • Consequences of Global Warming.
    • Processes of Regeneration.
    • Ecosystems and Ecosystem Services.
    • Human Development and Regenerative Processes.
    (Courses are classified as optional in Florida)