|Ohio Landscape Association
9240 Broadview Road
Broadview Heights, OH 44147
Toll Free: 800-335-6521
Upcoming Education Series Courses
As Ohio's professional green industry association, we
pride ourselves in offering our members
opportunities to tune their business and technical
Our OLA Education Series give you and your
employees the skills and training needed to show
your customers that you are serious about your
For any additional information about any of our
education programs, contact the OLA at
1-800-335-6521 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
AUGUST 24, 2017
SNOW & ICE MANAGEMENT CLINIC
Whether you are the owner of the company, the operations manager, the person that
answers the phone, or anyone in between...this is a can’t miss event! You will be treated
to diverse and interesting topics with a lot of interaction between you and the presenters,
as well as between you and your peers. Join us at St. Michael's Woodside in Broadview
Heights, OH for our annual Snow & Ice Management Clinic.
SEPTEMBER 14, 2017 (NE OHIO)
PLANT GEEK DAY
Save the date for our first ever Plant Geek Day! We are planning a fun day of education
with a few sponsor displays on hand. This event is for owners, designers, crew people, and
anyone the needs to know more about plants! It will be held in the gymnasium at St.
Michael’s Woodside Event Center and will be a “cannot miss” event!
NOVEMBER 1, 2017 (NE OHIO)
SEGMENTAL RETAINING WALL TRAINING & CERTIFICATION
Learn how to build Segmental Retaining Walls (SRW) that perform well over time! This one
day program teaches hardscape contractors and installers essential concepts related to
the design, construction, and performance of SRWs. Class and option for certification.
Level 1. Held at Indiana Wesleyan University. More info to come.
NOVEMBER 14, 2017 (NE OHIO)
BE MORE THAN A SALESPERSON: BECOME A TRUSTED ADVISOR
Marvin Montgomery, better known as the “Sales Doctor,” will conduct a one day workshop
that will provide participants with the necessary skills needed to build long term client
relationships. Held at Indiana Wesleyan University, Independence, OH.
NOVEMBER 28th (NE OHIO) & 30th (HILLIARD OHIO) 2017
The most important landscape maintenance practice is the control of plant size by the
correct method of pruning to retain the natural branching characteristics of the plants
and integrity of the landscape design. Dormant Pruning of Landscape Plants is a half-day,
hands-on clinic and a timely training opportunity for you and your crews to get back to
the basics and learn the proper way to prune in time for winter and early spring pruning.
This seminar will include a lecture as well as a hands-on training.