The CSLA is committed to promoting, improving and advancing the profession of landscape architecture and maintain standards of professional practice and conduct consistent with the need to serve and to protect the public interest.
CSLA's Continuing Education Resources
CSLA's Model Continuing Education Program Guide
The CSLA’s Model Continuing Education (CE) Program was designed to streamline Continuing Education across Canada. The CSLA’s Model CE Program is intended to address CE-administered programs in the various components. This program has therefore been designed as a template or a starting point. Component associations may choose to implement the program as presented, or tailor the program according to the requirements of their organization, their membership, operational capacity or geographic location. Download the CSLA's Model Continuing Education Program Guide
External Continuing Education Resources
101 (free or low-cost) ways to get BCSLA CE Credits - Download this guide, prepared by Kathy Dunster for the BCSLA members, for ideas and inspiration on how to get CE credits.
Project for Public Spaces — Training and events
Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals - Workshops and webinars
Smart Growth — Webinars, videos and podcasts
Creative City Network — Online publications and training
James Urban — Resources, videos and webinars
Artscape DIY — Resources and Webinars
Federation of Canadian Municipalities — Events and webinars
International Society of Arboriculture — Publications and events
880 Cities — Resources
Landscape and Urban Planning: An International Journal of Landscape Science, Planning and Design — Free articles available under "Open Access" and "Editors' Choice"