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Click here to see the full list of courses OPA offers.

 

For your convenience and to help stretch your budget dollars, OPA will bring any of the courses listed here to your municipality or organization. We encourage you to let us know if you are interested even if you can only send one or two staff. We will combine your training with neighbouring organizations. Not only will this provide valuable training, but also foster and facilitate communication and experience sharing among your local and neighboring organizations. Call today to register and we will assist you through the process. 


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Upcoming events

    • 30 May 2024
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Online - Zoom
    • 19
    Register

    Natural Insect Pest Control Workshop

    This workshop will provide an overview and understanding on how beneficials insects & nematodes work. When and where best to apply them to get optimal results. Participants will learn about trap & lure systems particularly how pheromones work as a mating disruption tool, and large-scale mosquito larvae controls. 

    The positive effects of introducing natural endemic predators, who can become established in the environment and offer on going pest prevention. The benefits of companion planting, bird houses, creating buffer zones & bee-friendly by ways within your city. How to keep the bad guys out of and the good guys in your community garden space. This workshop is ideal for those who are ready to take a new look at pest control, we will teach you how to use nature to combat nature.

    This workshop will cover three modules:

    1. Outdoor spaces: public parks, nurseries, cemeteries, arboretum

    2. Community gardens: solitary pollinators, managing garden pests naturally finding the balance 

    3. Indoor spaces:  green houses, tropical gardens


    Note: This course is provided in a half-day online workshop. 

      This course is worth 0.5 credit towards your Parks Practitioner Designation.


      • 03 Jun 2024
      • 24 Jun 2024
      • Online-Zoom
      Register

      OPA is happy to announce we are running the Horticulture Practitioner Program again this year. We are happy to welcome our new instructor John Howard! Level 1 of this program will offer a new experience for OPA training, taking place over three weeks of self-guided learning, allowing attendees to work at their own pace through content covering the following topics: 


      Week 1

      1. Legislation

      2. Tools

      3. Soil Science

      4. Plant Health Care

      Week 2

      1. Workplace Hazards and Safety Practices

      2. Small Engines

      3. Bed Preparation

      4. Pruning 1

      Week 3

      1. Public Relations

      2. Mowing Turf

      3. Planting Trees and Shrubs

      4. Plant Identification 1

       

      This course will have quizzes every Monday and Q&A session presented online on the afternoons of June 10th, June 17th, and June 24th with our instructor providing answers to any questions that attendees may have during each 1 week period. 

      Our goal with our 3-Level Horticulture Practitioner Program is to provide valuable information for those looking to get into the field of Horticulture that will take them from newcomer to job-ready.  This program also aims to provide career advancement for those in the Horticulture field through attaining the OPA Horticulture Practitioner designation as a valuable resume asset. Each level will cover new topics or provide more depth to existing concepts, creating a strong foundation for those looking to build a career in the field of Horticulture.

      Levels 2 & 3 of our Horticulture Practitioner Program will be running in September 2024 and November 2024. We're looking forward to providing you with new and exciting opportunities to expand your career and enrich your knowledge!

      Click Here to Register
      • 05 Jun 2024
      • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
      • Online - Zoom
      • 23
      Register

      INDOOR PLANT MAINTENANCE WEBINAR

      Ontario Parks Association is excited to announce that we have collaborated with Guinevere Kern to deliver a half-day webinar called Indoor Plant Maintenance.

      This presentation has been developed as an extensive guide to providing professional care to indoor plants in offices. Over the past few decades, we have gained greater insight into the detriments of a sterile indoor environment. Indoor plants help bridge the gap between indoor and outdoor environments, making inside spaces healthier places to be.

      Plants help to create warm and inviting atmospheres, reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood, increase productivity, and even improve air quality. In today's world, biophilic design is of increasing importance to consider in the built environment. Indoor plants are a wonderful addition to any space, but can be difficult to properly maintain over time. It can be useful for organizations to designate indoor horticulturists to perform this work, which is why we are offering this training.

      This course will cover:

      ● The office environment and the benefits of biophilic design

      ● Project planning: how to create an inclusive, practical and professional space

      ● Plant, container, and soil selection

      ● Installation

      ● Plant maintenance and full service plan

      ● Plant nutrition

      ● Plant disease and pest management

      ● Pruning

      There will be a 30 minute quiz at the end of this course. Within 2 weeks of completing this course you will receive a letter from Ontario Parks Association acknowledging your participation in the course, advanced knowledge of indoor horticulture and efforts towards helping us achieve our mandate of Protecting Tomorrow Today®.


      DATE: June 5th, 2024

      TIME: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 

      LOCATION:  Online - Zoom


      COURSE COST

      OPA Member: $185.00  

      OPA Potential Member: $285.00


      REGISTER HERE


      This course counts as 1 credit towards your Parks Practitioner Designation.


      Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).


      Click here to read our registration policies.

      • 21 Jun 2024
      • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
      • P&H Centre 269 7th Ave. Hanover Ontario
      • 0
      Registration is closed

      The Ministry of Labour requires that all parks professionals who use a chainsaw on the job must be trained in the safe operation of a chainsaw. This one-day course is designed for those who will use a chainsaw for limbing, bucking and felling small trees (smaller than 5” dbh) and limbs that are on the ground. Course participants will be educated about chainsaw safety, maintenance, use and handling.

      The course will cover:  

      • Chainsaw safety
      • Starting and stopping techniques
      • Chainsaw maintenance
      • PPE
      • Limbing and bucking
      • Technical cutting & small tree felling


      **PLEASE NOTE**

      PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE PROPER PPE IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS COURSE

      • Class E Type 2 helmet (within 5 years old)
      • Hearing protection (exceeds 85 decimals)
      • Gloves (comfortable fitting leather or composite)
      • Eye protection
      • Safety boots (Green Patch Safety approved with a minimum height of 7 eyelets)
      • Full leg chaps or chainsaw pants with UL label that is visible (3, 000 feet per minute (FPM) or greater)


      DATE: Friday June 21st, 2024

      TIME: 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

      LOCATION: P&H Centre 269 7th Ave. Hanover Ontario

      COURSE COST :  $302.00 for Members and $389.00 for Non-Members

      This course counts as 1 credit towards your Parks Practitioner Designation.

      Please note that lunch will not be provided at this training. We encourage you to bring a bagged lunch and reusable water bottle with you for the day.

      https://ontarioparksassociation.ca/event-5527103

      Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).


      Thank you and we hope to see you there!



      • 24 Jun 2024
      • 8:00 AM
      • 28 Jun 2024
      • 5:00 PM
      • Operations Centre – 1 Killaly Street West Port Colborne L3K 6H1
      • 0
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      Event Details:

      Ontario Parks Association (OPA) has developed the Registered Playground Practitioner Program to meet the needs of those involved and responsible for the hands-on inspections and maintenance of public playspaces and playground facilities.

      Safe Play - A High Priority

      Ontario Parks Association places a high priority and commitment on the provision of safe play structures in our public spaces. We want to help ensure that they are safe and accessible. OPA also emphasizes the strong need to educate caregivers, supervisors and others about the benefits of positive and safe play experiences for our children.

       

      What You Will Learn

      Attending this course will teach you about significantly lowering the risk of injuries in play areas by providing a safe outdoor learning experience for all. This course uses the CAN/CSA-Z614-20, Children's Playspaces and Equipment, as a base document for the three independent sections of the course. Ontario Parks Association instructors include experts from the industry including an architect, liability expert, lawyer, representative of the CSA Standards Association and others to give in-depth training on the following topics and includes an on-site demonstration at a local playground structure:


      Playspace Strategies Playspace Evaluation Playspace Management
      space requirements playvalue and hazard identification liability and insurance
      playability inspection and maintenance due diligence
      access/egress requirements surfacing evaluation contractual obligations
      playspace design record keeping risk management
      age appropriate issues CSA overview owner/operator responsibilities
      playspace materials corrective actions employee/manager responsibilities
      playspace construction   playvalue and practical choices


      Upon completion of the program and achievement of a passing grade in the written examination(s) the participant will be registered by Ontario Parks Association as a "Playground Practitioner" and is qualified to inspect playgrounds.

       

      OPA Registered Playground Practitioner Program is recognized as a playground safety course for inspectors by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.


      Attendees are required to purchase a copy of the NEW CSA Z614 - 20 Standard. The test at the end of the course is open book so attendees will need their own copy (sharing books is not permitted). Attendees can choose to either use the PDF version and bring it on their tablet or other electronic device (so long as they can turn off the use of internet / text messaging for the test as any use of outside sources is considered cheating and will not receive a passing grade) or the hard copy of the book. Books can be purchased at the CSA Online Shop.


      PLEASE NOTE: meals are not provided at this training session. Attendees will be required to bring their own lunch, coffee and snacks.

      Click here to read our Registration Policies




        DATE: June 24th-28th, 2024

        TIME: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

        LOCATION: (Operations Centre) – 1 Killaly Street West Port Colborne L3K 6H1


        COURSE COST

        OPA Member: $1,358.00

        OPA Potential Member: $1,605.00


        Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).



        • 25 Jun 2024
        • 8:30 AM
        • 26 Jun 2024
        • 4:30 PM
        • Rockmosa Community Centre-110 Rockmosa Drive, Rockwood, Ontario, N0B 2K0
        • 1
        Register

        COURSE INFORMATION:

        With the increasing demand for spray pads in communities, are you prepared to plan for, install and maintain this type of play equipment? 

        If not, we have you covered with this training! Ontario Parks Association has developed this course to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to work with spray pads. This session is the first of its kind in North America and has been an exciting addition our training line-up at OPA. 

        Whether you are an operator, supervisor, manager, or health official, you will want to attend this exciting course to gain a stronger understanding of this increasingly popular equipment. 

        This course will cover:

        • Design philosophy
        • Considerations (ages, collaborative play, inclusive play, sensory stimulation, motor skills, etc.)
        • Selecting colors, location and patterns
        • Types of fixtures (fiberglass, stainless, aluminum, fixed and removable)
        • Determining shape and size
        • Sequencing and determining flow pattern
        • Surfacing options
        • Considerations for construction
        • Water treatment and testing
        • Flow through, recirculation and retain and reuse systems
        • Equipment (pumps, strainers and UV)
        • Inspections (daily, pre-opening and pre-season)
        • Signage
        • Winterizing
        • Ministry guidelines

        DATE: June 25th & 26th, 2024

        TIME: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

        LOCATION: Rockmosa Community Centre - 110 Rockmosa DriveRockwood, OntarioN0B 2K0

        COURSE COST

        OPA Member: $433.00

        OPA Potential Member: $679.00

        Within 2 weeks of completing this course, you will receive a letter from Ontario Parks Association acknowledging your participation, new and advanced knowledge of spray pads, and effort towards helping us achieve our mandate of Protecting Tomorrow Today®

        Register Here online.  You can pay online.


        • 26 Jun 2024
        • 10:30 AM
        • Walter Gretzky Municipal Golf Course - 320 Balmoral Drive, Brantford
        • 38
        Register

        Date: Wednesday June 26, 2024 - Shotgun start at Noon!

        Location: Walter Gretzky Municipal Golf Course, 320 Balmoral Drive, Brantford, Ontario

        Golfer Registration: $175 per person early bird before May 1st, 2024 or golf only for $100.00

        Late Bird - May 1st through June 19th 2024 - $200 per person or golf only for $150.00

        Not a golfer? Attend our dinner only for $100.00 and catch up and network with our attendees. 

        Registration and breakfast starts at 10:30am

        Price includes: Continental breakfast, Golf & cart, Dinner & contest prizes!

        Register now as space is Limited!



          • 26 Jun 2024
          • 11:00 AM
          • Walter Gretzky Municipal Golf Course - 320 Balmoral Drive, Brantford
          • 2
          Register

          Date:  Wednesday June 26, 2024

          Location: Walter Gretzky Municipal Golf Course - 320 Balmoral Drive, Brantford



          SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE ARE:


          Memorial Breakfast Package - $2500.00 - (Sold Out)

          • Recognition signage at each breakfast table
          • Name on clubhouse banner
          • Complimentary golf foursome
          • Complimentary Ad in the Green Sward Publication

            Memorial Dinner Package - $10,000 - (1 left@ $2,500 each)

            • Recognition signage at each dinner table
            • Name on clubhouse banner
            • Complimentary golf foursome
            • Complimentary Ad in the Green Sward Publication

            Golf Cart Package - $2,000 - (Sold Out)

            • Recognition signage on all tournament carts
            • Name on clubhouse banner
            • Complimentary golf foursome
            • Complimentary Ad in the Green Sward Publication

            The Hole Sponsor - $500 - (6 left)

            • Signage at tee
            • Name on clubhouse banner
            • Complimentary individual golfer

            Contest Hole Sponsor - $400

            • Signage at tee
            • Name on clubhouse banner

            Contest Options Include:

            • Closest to the Pin - Ladies
            • Closest to the Pin - Men
            • Longest Drive - Ladies
            • Longest Drive – Men ( Sold Out)
            • Putting Contest - ( Sold Out)
            • Closest to the Planter - Ladies
            • Closest to the Planter - Men




              • 02 Sep 2024
              • 23 Sep 2024
              • Online-Zoom
              Register

              Level 2 of this program will offer a new experience for OPA training, taking place over three weeks of self-guided learning, allowing attendees to work at their own pace through content covering the following topics: 


              Week 1

              • Plant ID 2

              • Design Basics

              • Display Installation & Maintenance

              • Irrigation

              Week 2
              • Soil Amendments 

              • Fertilizer

              • Advanced Pruning

              Week 3
              • Attend 

              • Intro to Greenhouses

              • Leadership Skills


              Prerequisite: 

              • Completed HPP Level 1


               

              This course will have quizzes every Monday and Q&A session presented online on the afternoons of Sept 9th,  Sept 16th, and Sept 23rd with our instructor providing answers to any questions that attendees may have during each 1 week period. 

              Our goal with our 3-Level Horticulture Practitioner Program is to provide valuable information for those looking to get into the field of Horticulture that will take them from newcomer to job-ready.  This program also aims to provide career advancement for those in the Horticulture field through attaining the OPA Horticulture Practitioner designation as a valuable resume asset. Each level will cover new topics or provide more depth to existing concepts, creating a strong foundation for those looking to build a career in the field of Horticulture.

              Level 3 of our Horticulture Practitioner Program will be running in November 2024. We're looking forward to providing you with new and exciting opportunities to expand your career and enrich your knowledge!

              Click Here to Register
              • 12 Sep 2024
              • 7:30 AM
              • 13 Sep 2024
              • 4:00 PM
              • Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road, Belleville ON
              Register

              Sponsorship Opportunities

              Date: Thursday September 12th and Friday September 13, 2024
              Event Location: Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road, Belleville ON


              This year OPA is heading east to the city of Belleville

              The following sponsorship opportunities are available:

              Thursday September 12, 2024

              Breakfast Sponsor : $ 350.00

              Tour of Belleville: $375.00

              OPA BBQ Lunch  - $500.00

              OPA Networking Social and dinner : $1000.00


              Friday September 13, 2024

              Breakfast and mid-morning break sponsor : $425.00

              Lunch and mid-afternoon break sponsor: $425.00

              Education Speaker 1: $400.00

              Education Speaker 2: $400.00

              Education Speaker 3: $400.00

              Education Speaker 4: $400.00   



              All Sponsorship purchased includes the following:


              Recognition in Promotional Materials and at Event

              Company Name in Green Sward

              Company Name on OPA Website with Link


              Note:  All prices are HST free.

              Click here to sponsor our forum





              • 12 Sep 2024
              • 8:00 AM
              • 13 Sep 2024
              • 4:00 PM
              • Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road, Belleville ON
              • 287
              Register

              OPA is thrilled to host our 67th Annual Education Forum in the city of Belleville.

              Day 1: September 12th : Registrants will join other Park professionals for a delicious catered breakfast . After Breakfast the city of Belleville will host OPA registrants with tours of their beautiful city and facilities.

              OPA will be hosting its 2nd annual BBQ at one of Belleville's parks for lunch. Hot Dogs, Hamburgers and a Vegan option will be available. Soft drinks and water as well as small bag of chips will be offered.  Cash will only be accepted. 

              After the tours, we will gather back at the venue for a round table discussion

              During the evening at 7:00 pm, OPA will welcome registrants back to the venue for a catered dinner and live entertainment. Alcoholic and Non- Alcoholic beverages will be available . Cash only. Vendors will be set up and ready to showcase their services for you. 

              Day 2: September 13: OPA will have our 4 speakers  as well as Parks and Recreation related vendors. Time will be set aside to visit with the vendors. There will be raffles for great prizes and breakfast and lunch are included with your ticket.

              OPA has secured a preferred rate with Fairfield Inn and Suites. Please click here to reserve a room with them

              More details will follow throughout the coming months

              To register your team, please click here


              • 12 Sep 2024
              • 8:00 AM
              • 13 Sep 2024
              • 4:00 PM
              • Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road, Belleville ON
              • 16
              Register

              Details:  This year OPA is heading to Eastern Ontario to the beautiful city of Belleville for our 67th Annual Parks Education Forum. This 2 day event will feature the first day with tours (which vendors are encouraged to attend) a BBQ hosted by OPA  as well as dinner at the venue followed by a social networking event with a live band. September 13th the forum will proceed as usual.  

              25  6' tables will be set up around the insider perimeter of our meeting room, and  creating an intimate networking opportunity for vendors and parks professionals. Time will be allotted prior to the official start of the day and during breaks throughout the day for event attendees to meet and chat with vendors. Showcase your products and services to industry professionals from across Ontario. Create new relationships. Re-connect with existing customers. Time will be set aside to visit the vendor tables.

              Table Top Selection -  Our system records the date of your registration and the assignment of tables is on a first come basis. This way we will not put you beside a competitor and once all registration is closed, we will go down the list, in order of registration and assign tables. OPA will contact you via email or phone according to registration date and ask you for your table preference, you will have 24 hours to respond before we move onto the next vendor. I will email all vendors ahead of time to give you a heads up. Registration is confirmed once payment is received.   Register Early to get your preferred table location. 

              OPA Member Fees 

              • OPA Member Early Bird Rate: September 13th only: $650 (Register by June 1, 2024)
              • OPA Member Late Bird Rate: September 13th only $750.00 (starts June 2, 2024)
              • OPA Member Early Bird Rate: $1350.00 for both days (Register by June 1, 2024)
              • OPA Member Late Bird Rate: $ 1450.00 for both days (starts June 2, 2024)
              • Additional Meal Ticket for September 13th only : $100.00
              • Additional Ticket for Social Networking Event (includes dinner): $140.00

              Potential Member Fees 

              • Potential Member Early Bird Rate: September 13th only $800 
              • Potential Member Late Bird Rate: September 13th only: $950
              • Potential Member Early Bird Rate: $1500.00 for both days
              • Potential Member Late Bird Rate: $1600.00 for both days
              • Additional Meal Ticket for September 13th only: $100.0
              • Additional Ticket for Social Networking Event: $140.00

              Please note above price includes buffet breakfast and dinner for ONE on September 12th and breakfast and lunch on September 13th. Meal tickets for additional representatives must be purchased ahead of the event. All company representatives attending MUST be registered in advance.

              Two day Registration includes social event ticket on September 12th, 2024



              Interested in being a sponsor? Click Here


              • 16 Sep 2024
              • 8:00 AM
              • 19 Sep 2024
              • 5:00 PM
              • 640 Ellis Rd, Cambridge, ON N3C 4N1
              • 23
              Register

              Event Details:

              Ontario Parks Association (OPA) has developed the Registered Playground Practitioner Program to meet the needs of those involved and responsible for the hands-on inspections and maintenance of public playspaces and playground facilities.

              PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING CHANGES TO COURSE: 

              - Course length is now only 4 days in length! 

              - Exam to be taken online; to be completed by 4:00 p.m. September 25th, 2024.

              - Practitioner Registration for the course will now be valid for 4 years, and then mandatory update/refresher will be necessary.

              Safe Play - A High Priority

              Ontario Parks Association places a high priority and commitment on the provision of safe play structures in our public spaces. We want to help ensure that they are safe and accessible. OPA also emphasizes the strong need to educate caregivers, supervisors and others about the benefits of positive and safe play experiences for our children.

               

              What You Will Learn

              Attending this course will teach you about significantly lowering the risk of injuries in play areas by providing a safe outdoor learning experience for all. This course uses the CSA-Z614-20, Children's Playspaces and Equipment, as a base document for the three independent sections of the course. Ontario Parks Association instructors include experts from the industry including an architect, liability expert, lawyer, representative of the CSA Standards Association and others to give in-depth training on the following topics and includes an on-site demonstration at a local playground structure:


              Playspace Strategies Playspace Evaluation Playspace Management
              space requirements playvalue and hazard identification liability and insurance
              playability inspection and maintenance due diligence
              access/egress requirements surfacing evaluation contractual obligations
              playspace design record keeping risk management
              age appropriate issues CSA overview owner/operator responsibilities
              playspace materials corrective actions employee/manager responsibilities
              playspace construction   playvalue and practical choices


              Upon completion of the program and achievement of a passing grade in the written examination(s) the participant will be registered by Ontario Parks Association as a "Playground Practitioner" and is qualified to inspect playgrounds.

               

              OPA Registered Playground Practitioner Program is recognized as a playground safety course for inspectors by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.


              Attendees are required to purchase a copy of the NEW CSA Z614 - 20 Standard. The test at the end of the course is open book so attendees will need their own copy (sharing books is not permitted). Attendees can choose to either use the PDF version and bring it on their tablet or other electronic device (so long as they can turn off the use of internet / text messaging for the test as any use of outside sources is considered cheating and will not receive a passing grade) or the hard copy of the book. Books can be purchased at the CSA Online Shop.


              PLEASE NOTE: meals are not provided at this training session. Attendees will be required to bring their own lunch, coffee and snacks.

              This course will now require an update/refresher every 4 years after successful completion of the course. 

              Click here to read our Registration Policies


                DATE: September 16th - 19th, 2024

                TIME: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

                LOCATION: 640 Ellis Rd, Cambridge, ON N3C 4N1


                COURSE COST

                OPA Member: $1,358.00

                OPA Potential Member: $1,605.00


                REGISTER HERE


                Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).

                • 25 Nov 2024
                • 16 Dec 2024
                • Online-Zoom
                Register

                Level 3 of this program will offer a new experience for OPA training, taking place over three weeks of self-guided learning, allowing attendees to work at their own pace through content covering the following topics: 


                     Week 1

                  • Botany
                  • Turf

                  • Greenhouse Operations

                  • Production & Propagation

                  Week 2
                  • Advanced Display Design

                  • Interior plantcaping, green roofs, ponds etc…

                  • Xeriscaping

                  • Trade Calculations

                  Week 3
                  • Purchasing, ordering tendering materials

                  • Computer programs & Record keeping

                  • Basic Project Management

                  • Managing Staff, HR Skills, Leadership Skills

                Prerequisite: 

                • Completed HPP Level 2

                This course will have quizzes every Monday and Q&A session presented online on the afternoons of Dec 2nd,  Dec 9th, and Dec 16th with our instructor providing answers to any questions that attendees may have during each 1 week period. 

                Our goal with our 3-Level Horticulture Practitioner Program is to provide valuable information for those looking to get into the field of Horticulture that will take them from newcomer to job-ready.  This program also aims to provide career advancement for those in the Horticulture field through attaining the OPA Horticulture Practitioner designation as a valuable resume asset. Each level will cover new topics or provide more depth to existing concepts, creating a strong foundation for those looking to build a career in the field of Horticulture.

                Click Here to Register

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