Manager

The Landscape Industry Certified Manager program is designed for owners and managers of horticulture companies. By focusing on core business skills required to run a successful operation. Candidates earn their designation by successfully completing a series of seven written evaluations.


The Landscape Industry Certified Manager designation denotes competence in the challenging task of managing a business.
In order to become a Landscape Industry Certified Manager, candidates must successfully complete a written exam.
Register here for Landscape Industry Certified Test Dates & Locations. Technician, Manager, Designer, and Retail Horticulturist exams offered.
Self Study Manuals are available for Technician, Retail Horticulturist, Manager and Designer desingtions.
The certification of an individual's competency is accomplished through a series of written evaluations.
Why should you hire a Landscape Industry Certified Manager for your next landscaping project?
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