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  • Rutgers Professional Landscape Training Programs: All Courses | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    Management Landscape Lighting Design LED Technology 3 5 14 2 day course Construction Design Landscape Plants Identification Selection and Application 1 10 14 11 day course held over 11 weeks ends March 21 Plants Large Tree Climbing and Rigging 11 18 13 2 day course Arboriculture Tree Care Managing Diseases of Ornamental Landscape Plants 1 13 14 1 day course Plants Managing Insect Pests of Ornamental Plants 2 11 14 1 day course Pest Management Managing Turfgrass Landscape Weeds 3 11 14 2 day course Turfgrass Management Managing Turfgrass Insects 3 6 14 Original March 3 course date postponed due to snow 1 day course Turfgrass Management Municipal Shade Tree Management 2 21 14 1 day course Arboriculture Tree Care Natural and Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Sports Turf 2 28 14 1 2 day course Athletic Fields Park Management NJ Pest Management Association s Annual Clinic Trade Show 8 21 14 1 day course Pest Management Organic Turfgrass Management 1 28 14 1 day course Turfgrass Management Outdoor Entertainment Spaces Kitchens Firepits and More 2 12 14 1 day course plus optionals hands on training day Construction Design Park Management and Liability Issues 2 25 14 1 day course Athletic Fields Park Management Pest Management of Landscape Turf 1 30 14 1 day course Turfgrass Management Pest Management of Ornamental Landscape Plants 1 6 14 1 day course Pest Management Pesticide Calibration 1st offering 10 31 13 1 2 day course Pesticides Pesticide Calibration 2nd offering 1 29 14 1 2 day course Pesticides Plant Health Care 2 20 14 1 day course Arboriculture Tree Care Pond Design Management and Maintenance 4 18 14 1 day course Irrigation Water Management Roadside Right Of Way Vegetation Management 3 6 14 1 day course Roadside Management Safe Pest Management Practices for Schools 3 25 14 1 day course Pest Management Snow and Ice Removal 12 4 13 1 day course Snow Ice Management Soil Plant Relationships 12 2 13 2 day course held over 2 weeks Plants Sustainable Landscape Design 2 24 14 1 day course Construction Design Tree Planting and Installation 3 5 14 1 day course Arboriculture Tree Care Tree Pruning 2 19 14 1 day course Arboriculture Tree Care Turfgrass Disease Management 3 14 14 1 day course Turfgrass Management Turfgrass Establishment 12 20 13 1 day course Turfgrass Management Two Cycle Engine Maintenance 1st Offering 3 28 14 1 day course Equipment Maintenance Repair Two Cycle Engine Maintenance 2nd Offering 4 3 14 1 day course Equipment Maintenance Repair Water Management and Drainage 3 4 14 1 day course Irrigation Water Management Special Programs Start Date Course Duration Topic Area Professional Golf Turf Management School Two Year Certificate Program Various Dates 20 week course held over 2 years Turfgrass Management Professional Golf Turf Management School Three Week Preparatory Short Course 1 12 15 3 week course Turfgrass Management Topic Areas Arboriculture Tree Care All Arboriculture Tree Care Courses Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Basic Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/landscape/all-courses.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Landscape Management Certificate Program: Core Skills for Landscape Professionals | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education
    how to properly prune your landscape plants while preserving their natural vigor and beauty If you want to acquire advanced skills in design and construction for higher end clients consider enrolling in our Landscape Management II Certificate Questions about the Landscape Management Certificate If you are a One Stop customer please contact Casey Sky Noon 732 932 9271 ext 606 or noon njaes rutgers edu For all other inquiries please contact Program Coordinator Joe Canzano 732 932 9271 ext 624 or canzano njaes rutgers edu Topic Areas Arboriculture Tree Care All Arboriculture Tree Care Courses Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Basic Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Advanced Hazardous Tree Identification Large Tree Climbing Rigging Municipal Shade Tree Management Plant Health Care Tree Planting Installation Tree Pruning Athletic Field Park Management All Athletic Field Park Management Courses Athletic Field Construction Maintenance Athletic Field Special Topics Understanding Synthetic Fields Baseball and Softball Skin Surface Selection and Management Natural and Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Sports Turf Park Management and Liability Issues Business Management All Business Courses Better Business Management Skills for the Landscape Professional Common Sense Business and Pricing Strategies for Landscape Contractors Construction Design All Construction Design Courses Beds Borders Best 100 Landscape Plants Concrete Pavers Designing Installing Retaining Walls Landscape Design I The Basics Landscape Lighting Design LED Technology Landscape Plants Identification Selection and Application Outdoor Entertainment Spaces Kitchens Firepits and More Pond Design Management and Maintenance Sustainable Landscape Design Equipment Repair Maintenance All Equipment Repair Maintenance Courses Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Basic Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Advanced Introduction to Hydrostatic Drivelines Small Engine Repair Introduction Small Engine Repair Advanced Two Cycle Engine Maintenance Irrigation Water Management All Irrigation Courses Irrigation Systems Design and Installation Irrigation Systems Principles of SMART Controller Programming Irrigation Systems Repair and Maintenance Irrigation Systems Two Wire Electrical

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/certificate/landscape-management.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Landscape Management II Certificate Program: Value-Add Skills for Landscape Professionals | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education
    Tentative Learn about design factors material selection and price estimating Outdoor Entertainment Spaces Kitchens Firepits More Feb 2015 Tentative Learn about the construction of these increasingly popular outdoor spaces Sustainable Landscape Design Feb 2015 Tentative Make your landscapes more maintainable environmentally sound cost effective and aesthetically pleasing Concrete Pavers Feb 2015 Tentative Learn about excavation installation cutting edging and estimating You can also attend an optional second day where you ll get hands on experience Beds and Borders Feb 2015 Tentative Learn to create and maintain outstanding borders within a residential property ELECTIVE COURSES Choose one of the following Common Sense Business and Pricing Strategies December 2014 Tentative Proper pricing and negotiating will ensure a higher profit margin as well as more successful bids OR Better Business Management Skills for the Landscape Professional March 2015 Tentative Marcus vandeVliet who leads the ANLA s Masters in Landscape Business Management Program will provide you with immediate solutions to make your business more profitable If you need to strengthen your core skills so you can promote your lawn care and landscape maintenance expertise consider enrolling in our Landscape Management Certificate instead Questions about the Landscape Management II Certificate If you are a One Stop customer please contact Casey Sky Noon 732 932 9271 ext 606 or noon njaes rutgers edu For all other inquiries please contact Program Coordinator Joe Canzano 732 932 9271 ext 624 or canzano njaes rutgers edu Topic Areas Arboriculture Tree Care All Arboriculture Tree Care Courses Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Basic Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Advanced Hazardous Tree Identification Large Tree Climbing Rigging Municipal Shade Tree Management Plant Health Care Tree Planting Installation Tree Pruning Athletic Field Park Management All Athletic Field Park Management Courses Athletic Field Construction Maintenance Athletic Field Special Topics Understanding Synthetic Fields Baseball and Softball Skin Surface Selection and Management Natural and Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Sports Turf Park Management and Liability Issues Business Management All Business Courses Better Business Management Skills for the Landscape Professional Common Sense Business and Pricing Strategies for Landscape Contractors Construction Design All Construction Design Courses Beds Borders Best 100 Landscape Plants Concrete Pavers Designing Installing Retaining Walls Landscape Design I The Basics Landscape Lighting Design LED Technology Landscape Plants Identification Selection and Application Outdoor Entertainment Spaces Kitchens Firepits and More Pond Design Management and Maintenance Sustainable Landscape Design Equipment Repair Maintenance All Equipment Repair Maintenance Courses Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Basic Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Advanced Introduction to Hydrostatic Drivelines Small Engine Repair Introduction Small Engine Repair Advanced Two Cycle Engine Maintenance Irrigation Water Management All Irrigation Courses Irrigation Systems Design and Installation Irrigation Systems Principles of SMART Controller Programming Irrigation Systems Repair and Maintenance Irrigation Systems Two Wire Electrical Troubleshooting Lake Management Pond Design Management and Maintenance Water Management Drainage Pest Management Pesticides All Pest Management Pesticide Courses Athletic Field Management Basics of Turfgrass Management IPM Integrated Pest Management Managing Diseases of Ornamental Plants Managing Insect Pests of Ornamental Plants Managing Turfgrass Insects Managing Turfgrass Landscape Weeds

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/certificate/landscape-management-2.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Public Grounds Management Certificate Program: Core Skills for Park, Golf, and Recreation Professionals | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    varieties Pest Management of Ornamental Landscape Plants January 2015 Tentative This course covers identification and control of diseases along with weed and insect problems in landscape plants Integrated Pest Management January 2015 Tentative Learn about the philosophy of Integrated Pest Management IPM and discover practical strategies for implementing IPM Pest Management of Landscape Turf January 2015 Tentative Learn valuable clues to effectively diagnose and treat insect disease and weed problems in turf Athletic Field Construction Maintenance February 2015 Tentative Discover how to establish maintain and renovate athletic fields as well as make the best choices for your specific site conditions Park Management and Liability Issues February 2015 Tentative Learn leadership styles and management strategies to increase trust and tackle tough issues head on Introduction to Pruning Techniques March 2015 Tentative Learn how to properly prune your landscape plants while preserving their natural vigor and beauty Questions about the Public Grounds Management Certificate If you are a One Stop customer please contact Casey Sky Noon 732 932 9271 ext 606 or noon njaes rutgers edu For all other inquiries please contact Program Coordinator Joe Canzano 732 932 9271 ext 624 or canzano njaes rutgers edu Topic Areas Arboriculture Tree Care All Arboriculture Tree Care Courses Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Basic Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Advanced Hazardous Tree Identification Large Tree Climbing Rigging Municipal Shade Tree Management Plant Health Care Tree Planting Installation Tree Pruning Athletic Field Park Management All Athletic Field Park Management Courses Athletic Field Construction Maintenance Athletic Field Special Topics Understanding Synthetic Fields Baseball and Softball Skin Surface Selection and Management Natural and Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Sports Turf Park Management and Liability Issues Business Management All Business Courses Better Business Management Skills for the Landscape Professional Common Sense Business and Pricing Strategies for Landscape Contractors Construction Design All Construction Design Courses Beds Borders Best 100 Landscape Plants Concrete Pavers Designing Installing Retaining Walls Landscape Design I The Basics Landscape Lighting Design LED Technology Landscape Plants Identification Selection and Application Outdoor Entertainment Spaces Kitchens Firepits and More Pond Design Management and Maintenance Sustainable Landscape Design Equipment Repair Maintenance All Equipment Repair Maintenance Courses Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Basic Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Advanced Introduction to Hydrostatic Drivelines Small Engine Repair Introduction Small Engine Repair Advanced Two Cycle Engine Maintenance Irrigation Water Management All Irrigation Courses Irrigation Systems Design and Installation Irrigation Systems Principles of SMART Controller Programming Irrigation Systems Repair and Maintenance Irrigation Systems Two Wire Electrical Troubleshooting Lake Management Pond Design Management and Maintenance Water Management Drainage Pest Management Pesticides All Pest Management Pesticide Courses Athletic Field Management Basics of Turfgrass Management IPM Integrated Pest Management Managing Diseases of Ornamental Plants Managing Insect Pests of Ornamental Plants Managing Turfgrass Insects Managing Turfgrass Landscape Weeds Natural and Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Sports Turf NJ Pest Management Association s Annual Clinic Trade Show Organic Turfgrass Management Pest Management of Landscape Turf Pest Management of Ornamental Landscape Plants Roadside Right Of Way Vegetation Management Safe Pest Management Practices for

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/certificate/public-grounds-management.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Natural Turf and Landscape Management Certificate | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education
    732 932 9271 ext 624 or canzano njaes rutgers edu Topic Areas Arboriculture Tree Care All Arboriculture Tree Care Courses Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Basic Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Advanced Hazardous Tree Identification Large Tree Climbing Rigging Municipal Shade Tree Management Plant Health Care Tree Planting Installation Tree Pruning Athletic Field Park Management All Athletic Field Park Management Courses Athletic Field Construction Maintenance Athletic Field Special Topics Understanding Synthetic Fields Baseball and Softball Skin Surface Selection and Management Natural and Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Sports Turf Park Management and Liability Issues Business Management All Business Courses Better Business Management Skills for the Landscape Professional Common Sense Business and Pricing Strategies for Landscape Contractors Construction Design All Construction Design Courses Beds Borders Best 100 Landscape Plants Concrete Pavers Designing Installing Retaining Walls Landscape Design I The Basics Landscape Lighting Design LED Technology Landscape Plants Identification Selection and Application Outdoor Entertainment Spaces Kitchens Firepits and More Pond Design Management and Maintenance Sustainable Landscape Design Equipment Repair Maintenance All Equipment Repair Maintenance Courses Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Basic Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Advanced Introduction to Hydrostatic Drivelines Small Engine Repair Introduction Small Engine Repair Advanced Two Cycle Engine Maintenance Irrigation Water Management All Irrigation Courses Irrigation Systems Design and Installation Irrigation Systems Principles of SMART Controller Programming Irrigation Systems Repair and Maintenance Irrigation Systems Two Wire Electrical Troubleshooting Lake Management Pond Design Management and Maintenance Water Management Drainage Pest Management Pesticides All Pest Management Pesticide Courses Athletic Field Management Basics of Turfgrass Management IPM Integrated Pest Management Managing Diseases of Ornamental Plants Managing Insect Pests of Ornamental Plants Managing Turfgrass Insects Managing Turfgrass Landscape Weeds Natural and Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Sports Turf NJ Pest Management Association s Annual Clinic Trade Show Organic Turfgrass Management Pest Management of Landscape Turf Pest

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/certificate/natural-turf-and-landscape-management.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Concrete Pavers: Tips & Shortcuts for Paver Patio Installation | Landscape Construction & Design | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education
    Your Own Numbers One question class participants always ask Burke is what they should charge per hour per person for paver installations Burke s answer every company is different He tells students to start by thinking about how much overhead full time staff facilities vehicles owned equipment etc they have to cover If you have a lot of overhead costs you have to charge more If you don t you can charge less Burke explained Another factor to consider is the speed at which you can get a paver installation job done Burke knows his crew can lay approximately 800 square feet of pavers in a day and he uses this figure to calculate his costs But each person and each crew is different You have to know your crew and what they can do in a day Burke said Although Burke shares his magic number in class his message to students is clear Burke s magic number is not their magic number You have to know your own numbers your own productivity rate The Square Foot Price Trap When it comes to selling paver installation services Burke warns class participants to be careful about answering the question homeowners most commonly ask first What do you charge per square foot Every job is different Burke said Not only do you need to know your own numbers and your crew s productivity but you have to be familiar with the local site conditions before you can give an estimate The cost to install a 200 square foot square patio in a front yard with easy access is different than a 200 square foot circular patio in a backyard that you can only access via small gate Burke explained You can use a machine to dig one but the other requires hand digging and lots of cuts Another big variable is the paver chosen by the homeowner paver costs vary widely If a customer insists on getting a per square foot rate up front before you can assess the site Burke s advice is simple give them a large price range so you have flexibility when you are ready to prepare an official quote or estimate Expert Tips Tricks It s the Little Things That Make a Difference During the class Burke shares shortcuts techniques and tips things he s picked up in his 20 or so years of experience that can make a huge impact on productivity whether you are installing a simple or complex paver design Participants really appreciate these tips A 2013 attendee said the class was a great general overview plus I got lots of handy tricks that I know will greatly improve efficiency on the job Everything involving pavers was covered and I really feel the streamlining tips will really help A Sampling of Attendees Favorite Tricks amp Tips quick installation of a circle kit pattern how to cut in inlays the best way to cut edging properly installing string lines as guides Scribing used curved edging

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/landscape/how-to-install-concrete-pavers-tips-for-paver-patio-installation.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Rutgers Professional Landscape Training Programs: Video Gallery | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    stunning examples of instructor David Beausoleil s lighting projects Learn more high value skills in our construction and design courses Irrigation Courses Preview See what you ll learn from irrigation pro Bob Dobson in our hands on courses that cover design installation maintenance and more Learn more water management skills in our irrigation courses Rutgers Professional Golf Turf Management School Three Week Preparatory Short Course Find out why you should take our Three Week Preparatory Short Course Students comment on what they learned and enjoyed about this turf management program Rutgers Professional Golf Turf Management School Two Year Certificate Program Grow your turf management career with the Two Year Certificate Program In this video overview find out what Rutgers can do for you through the words of our students Instructor Dr Jim Murphy Shares Best Practices for Turf Management Dr Jim Murphy athletic fields course instructor talks turf with Darbi Worley of HouseSmarts Learn more turf tips from Dr Murphy in our athletic field courses Instructor Mark Chisholm Tree Climbing Champion Aboriculture expert and tree course instructor Mark Chisholm wins his 18th NJ State Tree Climbing Championship Learn about tree climbing and more in our aboriculture courses Professional Landscape Programs See all of our Landscape Course Offerings Topic Areas Arboriculture Tree Care All Arboriculture Tree Care Courses Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Basic Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Advanced Hazardous Tree Identification Large Tree Climbing Rigging Municipal Shade Tree Management Plant Health Care Tree Planting Installation Tree Pruning Athletic Field Park Management All Athletic Field Park Management Courses Athletic Field Construction Maintenance Athletic Field Special Topics Understanding Synthetic Fields Baseball and Softball Skin Surface Selection and Management Natural and Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Sports Turf Park Management and Liability Issues Business Management All Business Courses Better Business Management Skills for the Landscape Professional Common Sense Business and Pricing Strategies for Landscape Contractors Construction Design All Construction Design Courses Beds Borders Best 100 Landscape Plants Concrete Pavers Designing Installing Retaining Walls Landscape Design I The Basics Landscape Lighting Design LED Technology Landscape Plants Identification Selection and Application Outdoor Entertainment Spaces Kitchens Firepits and More Pond Design Management and Maintenance Sustainable Landscape Design Equipment Repair Maintenance All Equipment Repair Maintenance Courses Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Basic Chainsaw Maintenance and Safety Advanced Introduction to Hydrostatic Drivelines Small Engine Repair Introduction Small Engine Repair Advanced Two Cycle Engine Maintenance Irrigation Water Management All Irrigation Courses Irrigation Systems Design and Installation Irrigation Systems Principles of SMART Controller Programming Irrigation Systems Repair and Maintenance Irrigation Systems Two Wire Electrical Troubleshooting Lake Management Pond Design Management and Maintenance Water Management Drainage Pest Management Pesticides All Pest Management Pesticide Courses Athletic Field Management Basics of Turfgrass Management IPM Integrated Pest Management Managing Diseases of Ornamental Plants Managing Insect Pests of Ornamental Plants Managing Turfgrass Insects Managing Turfgrass Landscape Weeds Natural and Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Sports Turf NJ Pest Management Association s Annual Clinic Trade Show Organic Turfgrass Management Pest Management of Landscape Turf Pest Management of Ornamental

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/landscape/video-gallery.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Is Your Park an Accident Waiting to Happen? | Learn About the Parks Management and Libaility Course at Rutgers
    how to minimize safety risks and avoid liability in the Parks Management and Liability Issues course Photo by D F Shapinsky for pingnews Shapinsky MultiMedia 2008 There are six critical things in risk management detail detail detail and document document document said Dougherty who often testifies in court about park maintenance and procedures after a lawsuit has been filed The key is to keep very good records and develop a system that shows you and your staff conducted reasonable regular inspections and keep a maintenance checklist and try to have fresh eyes when you are looking at your athletic fields and courts and playgrounds Still accidents do happen in the safest of public parks especially on fields where games are measured by innings and outs While it should be common knowledge that break away bases are safer than pedestal bases the older bases are still used The national Centers for Disease Control estimated that if all the pedestal bases were replaced by breakaway bases nationwide some 1 7 million injuries and 2 billion in medical costs would have been avoided last year Dougherty said Meanwhile some 13 000 playground equipment related injuries occur on school grounds and some 70 percent involve falls from that equipment each year according to the National SAFE KIDS Campaign While figuring out ways to make that public terra firma safer is somewhat of an exact science motivating the public workforce to take care of the problems there is not It s downright impossible sometimes Lipman said Lipman who also is the director of the Office of Continuing Professional Education noted There are common problems facing public sector managers who have to deal with union protections and civil service A lot of them feel that no matter what they do they are ineffective within the context of influencing civil service workforce and special appointees These managers face a lot of resistance In the seminars we try to build strategies in this day of layoffs salary freezes and budget cuts About 40 percent of our people who attend leave with a positive sense that they can make a difference and 60 percent remain beaten down by institutional obstacles Lipman said Parks Management and Liability Issues instructor Ned Lipman guides park managers to become better listeners and develop leadership skills To lead that 40 percent to think the glass is half full the managers take a personal temperament test and learn they might have become deaf to good ideas percolating in the ranks below them They are reminded that perspective differs from worker to worker and bosses need to become better listeners and aspire to be respected and considered credible trusted and fair You can t learn by speaking And you put people in the right position to do the best job they can Lipman said When it comes to being a good manager a boss needs to know three questions Where do the workers need to go What do they need to know And how do they

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/stories/Parks-Management-Avoiding-Accidents-and-Liability-In-Parks.html (2014-06-13)
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