The Landscape Industry Certified Technician program is an internationally recognized, industry-developed program that sets and maintains standards for the landscape industry.

CLTBy becoming a Landscape Industry Certified Technician, each individual has undergone a combined written and practical examination that tests knowledge, technical skills and safety practices.  A high level of excellence is required to pass each section of the exam, meaning that even the most experienced person must demonstrate ‘mastery’ of the topic areas.  Once certified, the individual must continue to upgrade their skills through a mandatory continuing education program.

Landscape Industry Certified Technicians can be found in many sectors of the landscape industry including Landscape Maintenance, Landscape Installation (construction), Retail Garden Centres, and Interior Landscaping, working in a variety of roles. So the next time you’re planning a landscape project, insist that they have Landscape Industry Certified individuals on staff, because they are more than qualified, they are certified.

All Landscape Industry Certified Technicians individually undergo a combination of written and/or hands on tests of knowledge, technical skill and safety.  A high level of excellence is required to pass each section of the test. Even the most experienced candidate must demonstrate competence.

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