Workshops

Friday, September 28

WS01
8:00 am–12:00 noon
Technical Workshop: LARE Prep—Section 4

To prepare attendees for the national licensing exam, workshop presenters will offer an exam overview, insight into solving vignette problems, and a primer on grading techniques. By solving vignettes both before and during the session, participants will acquire a greater understanding of what they will need to know to pass Section E and gain a critical edge as they prepare.

Featured Speakers: Tom Nieman, FASLA, University of Kentucky; Eric Gilbey, ASLA, Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc.; Matthew Mathes, ASLA, Mathes Urban Design

$85 per person by 7/6, $110 by 8/17, $135 after 8/17.

 

WS02
1:00 pm–5:00 pm
Technical Workshop: LARE Prep—Section 3 (Design)

The workshop will provide preparation strategies for the newly reorganized licensing exam, focusing on Section 3 (Design). Explore study and test-taking techniques using several key Section 3 competencies and analysis of common mistakes made by candidates. Participants will acquire a greater understanding of what they will need to know to pass Section 3 and gain a critical edge as they prepare.

Featured Speakers: Kay Williams, FASLA, University of Florida; Karen Beck, FASLA, Commonwealth Engineers Consulting; Angela Woodward, ASLA , design group

$85 per person by 7/6, $110 by 8/17, $135 after 8/17 .

 

WS03
Technical Workshops: LARE Prep—Sections 4 & 3
Section E – 8:00 am–12:00 noon
Section C – 1:00 pm-5:00 pm
Register for both and save. See descriptions above

$110 per person by 7/6, $160 by 8/17, $210 after 8/17.

 

WS04
8:30 – 5:00pm

SITES™ Core Concepts: Soils and Hydrology*
7 PDH

This full-day workshop presents an indepth examination of sustainable soils management and hydrology practices, as developed by the Sustainable Sites Initiative™ (SITES). Through breakout discussions and group interaction with SITES experts, attendees of this workshop will examine integrated management strategies for soils, vegetation, and hydrology, focusing on best practices and core concepts for diverse bioregions; become familiar with submittal requirements for project certification; and apply strategies for mastering challenging SITES credits.

Featured Speakers: José Almiñana FASLA, LEED AP, Andropogon Associates; David McDonald, Seattle Public Utilities; Danielle Pieranunzi Affil. ASLA, LEED AP, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center; John Swallow ASLA, PhD, Pine and Swallow Environmental; David Yocca FASLA, AICP, LEED AP, Conservation Design Forum

$135 per person by 7/6, $160 by 8/17, $185 after 8/17.

*The Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES) is an interdisciplinary effort by the ASLA, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin, and the United States Botanic Garden to create voluntary national guidelines and performance benchmarks for sustainable land design, construction, and maintenance practices.

 

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August 17, 2012

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