The Red Seal Landscape Horticulturist endorsement promotes excellence to employers & clients, instills pride in skilled workers, and facilitates labour mobility.
Do you have enough industry hours to challenge the RED SEAL Landscape Horticulturist IP exam? Not sure what will be on the exam? Have exam anxiety? Need a refresher? If you have answered YES to any of these questions, then this workshop is for you!
The Canadian Nursery Landscape Association (CNLA) is working in partnership with HortEducation.ca to provide an online ZOOM National workshop for anyone considering challenging the Interprovincial RED SEAL Landscape Horticulturist exam. The workshop will be approximately 1 hour, followed by a Q&A opportunity and reviews the different components of the exam while providing learning support through a work booklet and practice exam.
This exam prep manual and workshop are also available to Landscape Horticulturist apprentices preparing for the IP exam.
The zoom workshop cost is $45.00 plus GST. This fee includes:
- a print copy of the Red Seal Landscape Horticulturist IP Exam preparation manual and practice exam.
- delivery of the print manual.
- registration to attend the online ZOOM national workshop.
*The study manual will be referred to throughout the workshop and is a valuable guide while preparing for the exam.
Time and Date:
Workshop – SATURDAY, March 26, 2022 at 10 AM PST (11am MST, 12:00 CST, 1:00 EST, 2:00 AST, 2:30 NST).
Follow this link to purchase.
Once your order is received, it will be processed, and a print copy of the manual and practice exam will be mailed to you. You will also receive an email invitation to register for the workshop from Anne Kadwell at the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association. Following your workshop registration, you will receive a zoom link for the Nov 6th, 2021 workshop.
Find the Facebook event listing to mark your calendar at https://www.facebook.com/events/3076347405916472
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: March 21, 2022.
Please direct any questions to Anne Kadwell, [email protected]
Egan Davis has a lifelong passion for horticulture. Currently, he is the Parks Operations Manager for the City of Richmond. As a horticulture instructor, Egan has taught at in the Horticulture Education Program at UBC Botanical Garden, in the UBC Urban Forestry Program and through VanDusen Botanical Garden’s Adult Education Program. As a horticulture practitioner, he has had leadership roles at VanDusen Botanical Garden, Park & Tilford Gardens and in the private landscape horticulture industry. He is active in the industry on various committees and boards and has participated in both local and international projects. Egan’s practical background combined with his rich understanding of the plant world informs a unique and innovative perspective on the horticulture industry.