Chapter Hosted Continuing Education
The Florida Chapter ASLA offers numerous opportunities for continuing education courses (CEC's) at the Section level throughout the year. We also provide CEC classes at our annual conference.
Please contact your Section Chair for upcoming CEC opportunities.
Current CEC Offerings
Please check back for updates.
Required Continuing Education for Florida Landscape Architects
Florida Law requires that Landscape Architects complete approved continuing education courses in order to renew their licenses on a biennial period. Licensees who fail to take the required hours will not be able to renew their licenses and the license will become delinquent or void. Also, licensees attempting to renew without the required continuing education may be fined up to $500. You are encouraged to take these courses as soon as possible to prevent any delays during the renewal period. For more information, please refer to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR):
FL DBPR list of Continuing Education Providers
ASLA National Professional Development Programs on ASLA Online
ASLA provides a variety of professional development opportunities for landscape architects. First, the ASLA Annual Meeting and Expo include numerous education sessions.
Landscape architects and related design professionals can now access information on continuing education courses from more than 130 approved providers with the Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LA CES). Offering educational opportunities focused on water conservation, stormwater management, green roofs, accessibility, smart growth, soils, and materials - as well as professional applications such as CADD and GIS - LA CES provides one-stop shopping for courses on sustainable design, livable communities, and environmental planning.
ASLA offers landscape
architects an expanded range of educational opportunities by independent
providers. These organizations may
include product manufacturers, service organizations, government agencies, non-profit
organizations and educational institutions.
These organizations apply to ASLA for review of their
qualifications. For additional details
PLEASE NOTE THAT A PROGRAM OFFERED BY A PROVIDER MAY OR MAY NOT COUNT TOWARD MEETING CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSURE DEPENDING ON STATE REGULATIONS.