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National Certification

Landscape Industry Certified


National Certification Gives You an Edge!

Certification is an important part of any landscape company. A Landscape Industry Certified (LIC) Technician is a landscape professional who has been certified through a national testing program licensed to state organizations and developed by National Association of Landscape Professionals.

ONLA partners with the Ohio Landscapers Association (OLA) and the Ohio State University's Agricultural Technical Institute (ATI) to bring this program to Ohio.

Landscape contractor supervisors, foremen, and field technicians who are certified as Landscape Industry Certified are recognized as qualified professionals. This can mean better wages and enhanced profits as the public becomes more aware of the benefits of doing business with a certified professional. National certification gives companies a way of meeting increased consumer demand for professional landscaping.

Ohio's program now has five specializations: Irrigation, Hardscape Installation, Softscape Installation, Turf Maintenance & Ornamental Maintenance.

Learn more: www.landscapecertifiedohio.org

For further information about the Landscape Industry Certified program, to order study manuals, or to register for the exams, contact the Business Training & Educational Services at Ohio State ATI at (330) 287-7511.

 

2018 Exam Schedule

Written tests

  • August 8, 2018 2:30 pm (Ohio State ATI, Wooster)
  • Oct. 2, 2018, 9 am (Ohio State ATI, Wooster)
  • Oct. 9, 2018, 9 am (OLA, Broadview Heights)

 

Full Test (Hands-on and Written)

 

Download the 2018 Registration Form

Download the 2018 RETAKE Registration Form

Download the 2018 Training Manual Order Form

Become a 2018 LIC Test Sponsor!

 

Please note: The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) recently announced changes to the Landscape Industry Certified – Technician Exterior (LIC-T) program. On May 1, 2019, the hands-on components of the technician certification exam will be eliminated. The exam will be revised and administered completely online. More information from NALP will be available soon.

 


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