Get the Self-Confidence You Need to Manage Landscaping Projects!

Get the Self-Confidence You Need to Manage Landscaping Projects!

Have you heard of Ligustrum? It is a genus of ornamental plants widely used in designing green areas. If you have not, then it is time to learn about it and overcome any challenges you might have had in the fields of landscape management and green areas maintenance.

Who is this course for?
• Managers.
• Investors.
• Individuals involved in managing landscaping and maintenance tasks.

The Landscape Design for Managers course aims to optimize and increase managers' efficiency from other professions, who would like to organize the processes they have to lead more effectively. Often, landscaping involves technical maintenance, housekeeping, home security, financial planning, etc. Armed with more solid knowledge of landscaping, an investor or manager could be more critical, accurate, and detailed when preparing a design assignment and the construction and maintenance process.

During this course, some main landscaping concepts, stages, and processes will be clarified. As a result, the students will acquire a comprehensive understanding of a landscape designer's work and become more confident in their own abilities. They will also learn which ornamental plant species are mainly used to design green areas, how they are planted, and the most common landscape composition mistakes.

You will learn about the content and elements of a landscaping project and how to read it correctly, what ornamental plant species are most commonly used in landscaping and how often a green area should be mowed. You will understand how to plan the maintenance process and what pitfalls you should be watching out for. You will get to know the optimal maintenance team size and what criteria to use in the recruitment process. Last but not least, you will learn how to evaluate maintenance workers and how to retain the skilled ones on your team.

What is the sequence of building landscape design's elements? Why is it necessary to have an irrigation system installed? Why is the grass always sown last, after the shrubs and trees? How to assess an ornamental plant species' value? What are the peculiarities of landscaping kindergartens, playgrounds, hotel complexes, etc.? To learn the answers to these questions, sign up for our Landscape Design for Managers course!

Credits from the training:

10 credits

Art skills

10 credits

Digital skills

5 credits

Freelance skills

Course syllabus:

Duration: 6 hours

The course provides solid theoretical preparation in landscape design, starting with a brief overview of its history and basic concepts. You will get acquainted with the basic principles in the garden and park art (compositional and color solutions) and learn a garden's elements: flooring, water areas, plants, architectural elements. You will then progress to the design, construction, and maintenance section, where you will learn about the design process and a landscaping project's contents. You will find out how to build and maintain green areas. The final part of the course is dedicated to the subtleties of landscape management.

Course price

Real-time online course

You must have a profile created on the site to be able to participate in the training.

90.00 EUR
for the entire course

Final exam and online certificate

Pass a final exam and get an online certificate (at will)

0.00 EUR

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