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Renew Your License with ASLA Florida's On Demand Education Series!

Landscape Architects can now access continuing education courses made by landscape architects, for landscape architects with ASLA Florida's On Demand Education Series. Gain access to 16.5 hours worth of DBPR approved courses taught by industry professionals with more courses being added continuously as legislation and information updates. We are offering classes focused on regulations, Advanced Building Code, accessibility, resiliency, and soils as well as Florida specific topics. Regardless of whether you are taking your courses to re-license in the state of Florida or beyond, we are here to help make it easier.

Not sure of your licensure requirements? Check the Florida requirements here!

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Our Courses

Incorporating Climate Change into Landscape Architectural Projects in Florida

Receive an overview of the latest climate science, climate-wise landscape strategies, and projects relevant to landscape architects in Florida. The class will also include a summary of current resources and research being produced by University of Florida faculty and others to assist with landscape-based adaptation to sea level rise, temperature, precipitation, salinity, and other changes as a result of climate change. 

Advanced Building Code - Irrigation

This course review’s the Florida Advanced Building Code 7th Edition (2020) Appendix F for landscape irrigation. The design, installation, materials, means, testing and inspection of commercial irrigation systems will be covered. The course will focus on those items in the Building Code that landscape architects may not be proficient at using or applying in practice.

Landscape Trends in New Land Development Code: Challenges and Opportunities for Landscape Architects

This course will help one learn how land development codes change over time and how important landscape architects are in defining landscapes in new or updated land development codes. New applications of smart codes, form based codes and waterwise design techniques have lead governmental agencies to a renewed focus on landscape design. Florida is leading the way in smart code application and waterwise design, the role of the landscape architect in preparation of land development codes is even more critical as planners tackle issues of open space definitions, streetscapes and planting details.

Florida Grades and Standards - Palms 

This course will discuss how the current palm grading process differs from prior versions, in concept and content. There will be a review of the definitions of the grading criteria and their relevance to the process, an evaluation of a palm and assignment of grades, followed by a discussion about the distinction between grading and specifying palms. This course will review specifiers terms, their definitions and how they might be used.

And Many More!

LARE - Florida Section

The Florida Chapter LARE Review is a one-and-a-half-hour on-line presentation. The review session will cover the following topics of study for the Florida Section, Section F, exam:  Florida plant materials, environmental characteristics, environmental and development regulations, the Florida Landscape Architecture Practice Act and associated laws and administrative codes. 

ASLA Florida is proud to provide Educational opportunities for Landscape Architects. We will continue to grow and meet your needs. If you are interested in submitting content or assisting in the development of educational content, please reach out to

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Pensacola, FL 32591
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