Individuals holding CNLA certifications must recertify every two years. In order to renew your certificates, you must show that you have kept current in the industry by earning 24 continuing education units (CEUs). These credits are tracked by the CNLA, and can be obtained by attending seminars or workshops, volunteering for industry events, and judging during certification tests. A total of 24 CEUs are required every two years.
Speaking, writing and reading books can also count toward CEUs. Additional forms (below) are required with your recertification form for these activities.
There is a fee of $75 plus HST every two years, plus the submission of CEUs. Please consult the Recertification form below for exact details or call the CNLA office at 1-888-446-3499 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Trade Shows, Conferences and Seminars - obtain your continuing education units (CEUs) by attending industry seminars and workshops
Upcoming Landscape Industry Certified Technician/Retail Horticulturist Exams - volunteer as a judge, JTA, or proctor to obtain your industry service CEUs
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