You are here

Professional Credit Courses

Expand your knowledge and gain expertise in plant diseases, weed and pest identification, and turf management, as well as school gardening for educators.

Our Continuing Education Programs offer the perfect way to complete your professional credit requirement. Among those who have benefited from this opportunity are teachers requiring Act 48 credits, performing and visual arts professionals, and individuals working toward their  pesticide applicator’s license. 

We also offer continuing education credits for:

Upcoming Classes

Growing Your School Garden

Learn principles of designing school gardens, and tricks for installing successful projects on school grounds.

Woody Plant Conference

The 2015 Woody Plant Conference at Scott Arboretum is co-sponsored by Longwood, Chanticleer, PHS, Morris Arboretum, & Tyler Arboretum.

Weed Identification

Classroom instruction and field observation will focus on life cycles, key characteristics, and plant structures.

Plant Disease Identification

Learn to recognize the symptoms of plant disease, the conditions that cause them, and how to apply controls as necessary.

Pest Identification

Explore our vast outdoor landscape and observe and identify common pest signs and symptoms with an IPM specialist.