Licensed landscape irrigators are required to have 24 hours of continued education every three years to renew their licenses, while licensed irrigation technicians need 16 hours every two years, said Charles Swanson, short course instructor and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service program specialist in College Station.
The Schedule is as follows:
March 14, Permitting of Alternative Water for Irrigation, College Station, eight hours, $165.
March 15 & May 18, Advanced Landscape Irrigation Auditing, College Station, eight hours, $165.
March 22-23 & April 25-26 Landscape Irrigation Auditing and Management, Dallas,16 hours, $265.
May 16-17, Irrigation computer-aided design Workshop, College Station,16 hours, $295.
For more information, course brochures or to register online, go to https://irrigation.tamu.edu/register/ or call 979-845-5614.
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