Green infrastructure has become a critical component to comprehensive stormwater management. However, successful implementation of green infrastructure requires access to adequately skilled workforce available to perform the installation, inspection, and maintenance tasks.
Initiated under the leadership of DC Water and the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the National Green Infrastructure Certification program sets national certification standards for green infrastructure construction, inspection, and maintenance workers.
By underscoring your competency in these areas, certification increases your competitiveness in the job market, and provides a pathway to higher paying positions.
5 MCH credits available
Information & Questions
The training is provided by Trevor Smith, MCH, AOLCP, LEED GA, a licensed NGICP trainer. Inquiries can be directed to Trevor.
Weston Nurseries, Inc., Wholesale Building, 40 Frankland Road, Hopkinton, Massachusetts
Follow signs to the wholesale landscape center. Lunch is included with registration. Each day begins at 8:30am and will go to 5:00pm.
Trevor Smith, Land Escapes Design, MCH, AOLCP, LEED GA
Training fee: $800 | Exam fee: $200 (paid to WEF) more information to be provided at training
Candidates must have completed high school education (at a minimum) to be eligible to take the NGICP exam.
The exam will be administered as a computer-based test on the final day of training.
DISCLAIMER: Although every reasonable effort is made to provide the speakers, topics, and sessions listed, some changes or substitutions may occur. Speakers and sessions are subject to cancellation or change up to and including the day the session(s) are scheduled to be held. Changes or cancellations are made at the discretion of MNLA and may be done without notifying attendees. If sessions are changed or canceled no refunds should be expected. Submission of the registration form acknowledges acceptance of this provision.