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Landscape Irrigator License

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources career cluster

Professional Development Course

Quick Course Facts

  • Number of courses: 1
  • Total hours: 40
  • Length of program: 1 week
  • Dates: 
    • 2017
      • June 26–30
    • 2018
      • January 29–February 2
      • April 9–13 
  • Accreditation: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)   
  • Cost: $470
  • Financial aid: TPEG
  • Campus: Northwest
  • Types of instruction: classroom
  • CEUs: 4.0

Course Description

Our course trains you for careers in commercial and residential irrigation system installation and repair.

You will review subject matter areas. Plus, you will learn test-taking skills and strategies to prepare you to take the licensure examination given by the State Board of Irrigators.

Credentials in Detail

After completing this course, you will receive 4.0 CEUs.

Course You Will Take

Check availability: Go to the Course Sections Offered by Term page and scroll down to Continuing Education Terms.

How to Apply

Register for the Landscape Irrigator Licensing course.



Northwest Campus

David Cole, Learning Lab Manager

Occupational Safety & Environmental Technology
Aline (Ali) Williamson, Associate Professor

Updated February 23, 2018