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. Refer to the DBPR Continuing Education Providers list for more information.
ASLA National Professional Development Programs on ASLA Online
ASLA provides professional development opportunities for landscape architects using online learning formats. That means that no matter where you are, day or night if you have access to the internet, you can remain current on the latest developments in landscape architecture. Landscape architects can participate in live Online Desktop seminars, view archived versions of the live seminars or read Landscape Architecture Technical Information Series (LATIS) publications and complete a self-study exam to earn professional develop hours. Online Desktop seminars are worth 1.5 Professional Development Hours and LATIS publications are worth 5 PDHs. Members can access LATIS through the Professional Practice Library of ASLA Online - make sure to log in as a member) and Desktop seminars at: www.asla.org/desktop.htm. It is easy to register for a Desktop Seminar. Just print out the registration form and mail or fax your completed form back to ASLA national.
Currently, there are five LATIS publications on line and 40 Desktop seminars. Topics include Security Design, Context Sensitive Solutions, Stream Restoration and Therapeutic Gardens.
Florida Institutions with Programs in Landscape Architecture
For additional accredited colleges throughout the US and Canada that offer landscape architecture programs, click here.
The Board of Landscape Architecture is responsible for licensing and regulating landscape architects. The board meets regularly to consider applications for licensure, to review disciplinary cases, and to conduct informal hearings relating to licensure and discipline. The board engages in rulemaking to implement the provisions set forth in its statutes and conducts other general business, as necessary.
Definition of Occupation and Class Codes
Methods of Licensure
By Endorsement - Yes
By Examination - Yes
By Reciprocity - No
Business Entity - Yes
By Temporary Licensure - Yes
For more information please visit www.myfloridalicense.com