Approved Courses – Future Licensing Year (2017/2018)

The following courses have been approved for continuing education credits (CEL) toward the landscape license requirement for renewal year:

August 1, 2017 – July 31, 2018

Click HERE to go to the Approved Course listing for the current licensing period.

The seven (7) hours of Continuing Education credits will need to be fulfilled anytime between August 1 and July 31 of the renewal year.  Credits cannot be carried over to the next year.

At least three of the seven CEUs must be technical (landscape) credits and at least two of the seven CEUs must be business credits.  The number of business credit hours for a course are indicated with “B” to the right of the “Hours Credit”, and landscape (or technical) credit hours are indicated with an “L”.

* Please note: When attending a NCLCLB approved continuing education course, be sure to sign in on the official NCLCLB Sign-In sheet and get your official NCLCLB Proof of Attendance form (for your records) at the end of the class from the course provider. You will be asked to provide your continuing education course numbers when you renew your license.

This Board only considers continuing education for approval for landscape license requirements.  The Board is not involved with locations, course fees, or any logistics relating to continuing education courses.

You can search by course name, course location (town or county), course datecourse provider, course focus, course (CEL) number or “on-line”.  Each column can also be sorted alphabetically or numerically by clicking on up/down arrows in the column title you would like to sort.

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CEL #Course TitleCourse ProviderCourse DateHours CreditCityCourse FocusPresentingOfficial SponsorAddress(Venue)Address 2CityZipTimeRegistration InfoCounty
736Living LandscapesAudubon Society NC11/02/20171.5LWinston Salem, NCLandscapeDouglas Tallamy, University of Delaware Department of Entomology and Wildlife EcologyAudobon Society of NC, Old Salem Museum and Gardens900 Old Salem Rd.Winston Salem,
7194th Annual Skill Builders ProgramSC Green Industry Association08/17/20171L, 3BRock Hill, SCLandscape & BusinessPaul Thompson, Clemson Extension Service; Drew Jeffers, Clemson Extension Service; Keith Bender, Stihl; Blake Hamm, Ditch Witch of the CarolinasSCGIA873 Museum Rd.Rock Hill, active until Juy 1) or call SGIA officeYork
669Managing Invasive Plants in the Landscape and WoodlandsNCCES-West District08/04/20172LMills River, NCLandscapeClifford Ruth, M.Ag. Horticulture, NCSU, NC Ext. AgentNCSUMountain Horticulture Crops Research and Extension Center455 Research Dr.Mills River, NC287562:00PM-4:00PMcall NCCES-Buncombe 828-255-5522Henderson
638Speaking of Gardening Symposium: Day 2Speaking of Gardening08/12/20174LAsheville, NCLandscapeRoy Diblik, noted Plantsman and Designer; Larry Mellichamp, Director Emeritus of Botanical Gardens, Charlotte; Jared Barnes, SFA's Arthur Temple College of Forestry & Agriculture; Thomas Rainier, Landscape ArchitectSpeaking of GardeningFolk Art CenterMilepost 382 Blue Ridge ParkwayAsheville, NC288059:00AM-4:00PM828-713-8688 or mountainhiggins@gmail.comBuncombe
637Speaking of Gardening Symposium: Day 1Speaking of Gardening08/11/20174LAsheville, NCLandscapeThomas Rainier, Landscape Architect; Roy Diblik, noted Plantsman and Designer; Dan Long, Owner of Brushwood Nursery; Patrick McMillan, Director of SC Botanical GardenSpeaking of GardeningFolk Art CenterMilepost 382 Blue Ridge ParkwayAsheville, NC288059:00AM-4:00PM828-713-8688 or mountainhiggins@gmail.comBuncombe