ASLA SKILL | ED:: Designing for Long-Term Success: Strategic Planning and Governance Structure of a Firm - 1.0 PDH (LA CES/non-HSW)
The session’s content will include lessons learned from investing in creating a strategic plan and updated governance structure, featuring before and after results that support the investment, as well as case studies and benchmarks to illustrate an array of benefits.
- Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 10/18/2023 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
Dive into the world of compost with USCC staff and industry experts as they trace the historical roots of Test Methods for the Evaluation of Compost & Composting (TMECC) and the STA program. Discover the Compost Analysis Proficiency (CAP) Program's role in ensuring lab quality. Explore practical, real-world examples showcasing how compost can enhance soil health within natural contexts while adhering to nationwide standards. Plus, gain a comprehensive understanding of compost application methods and terminology for on-site soil improvement.
- Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/28/2023
This session will focus on the possibilities of flexibility beyond flex time and flex space and its correlation to creating space for and boosting creativity, productivity, and employee satisfaction in landscape architecture practices.
- Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits
Like many small cities, Kingston and Hudson in the Hudson River Valley of New York have municipalities with limited budgets and resources. But they were able to adapt to a rising river through smart waterfront planning and resilient infrastructure.
- Contains 5 Component(s)
Professional licensing examination uses an industry standard known as High Level Testing. This is a method of testing that requires the application of knowledge rather than knowledge recall itself. It is the utilization of knowledge, in critical thinking situations, to resolve problems. This webinar adapts Bloom’s Taxonomy to outline the basic levels of comprehension that are necessary to utilize knowledge in the application of “skills and abilities” in Landscape Architecture.
ASLA SKILL | ED:: In It for the Long Haul? Perspectives from Three Mid-Career Landscape Architects - 1.0 PDH (LA CES/non-HSW)
This session focuses on the journeys of three landscape architects midway through their careers, examining their diverse career paths at varied design offices and within both academia and professional practice.
- Contains 5 Component(s)
This webinar shares guidance on sorting through the fact and fiction about the L.A.R.E. and developing a realistic approach to taking the L.A.R.E.. It also gives perspective on the test-taking experience, including the remote proctoring option. Study strategies and test-taking tips that apply to all four sections of the exam are also explored.
- Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 06/29/2023
This presentation demonstrates how biophilic design can be used to regenerate engagement with nature in the daily life spaces of urban children and their families – in childcare centers, schools, neighborhoods, parks, mixed-use developments, and non-formal education institutions such as museums.
- Contains 7 Product(s)
This course series focuses on Lean Project Delivery to help design, document and build projects on time and on budget. Lean methodology is a process, culture, and way of thinking. It is aimed at creating more value for the client and eliminating waste occurring from a lack of collaborative planning.
Empowerment in the Playground: Planning for Inclusive Interaction and Barrier Elimination for Children with Down Syndrome - 1.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW)
This presentation, based on Master of Landscape Architecture thesis research, was inspired by a playful childlike imagination as well as the desire to provide enjoyment for children of all abilities in outdoor recreational settings. The speaker will will share inclusion solutions based on a literature review and the analysis of New Jersey playgrounds as case studies. As a result of these studies of past and present playgrounds through the eyes of an extensive group of people, the theory that playgrounds can benefit children with Down syndrome both physically and psychologically through free and fearless design solutions was demonstrated.
- Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/30/2023
This webinar identifies current market trends for outdoor kitchens, the scope of products available, decisions to consider before starting a project, and design guidelines you need to know to create outdoor kitchens your clients will want to use all year round.
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