Irrigation Contractor is any person who installs, services, and re-pairs irrigation systems.
Irrigation Contractor training is designed to:
- To help professionals in the irrigation industry understand what is expected of a competent irrigation contractor.
- To identify areas and topics in which contractors should be ex-perts in order to achieve business goals and profitable results.
- To prepare individuals who will be taking the CIC examination.
- To refresh the existing skills of irrigation contractors.
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CLASS: January 12th & 13th 8am-5pm January 14th 9am-1pm.
STUDY MATERIAL: Irrigation Contractor Workbook & Irrigation Contrac-tor Study Guide available for purchase at www.cpineassociates.com
EXAM: January 14th 1pm-5pm. Exam registration should be done through the Irrigation Association at least 30 days before exam date. Forms and additional information can be found at www.irrigation.org
LOCATION: 60 Stergis Way Dedham, Ma 02026
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John Deere Landscapes | Irrigation Association of New England
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Following today’s Public Hearing where very good presentations against approval of the Mashpee Nitrogen Control By-Law were made, the Cape Cod Commission unanimously approved it.
The Mashpee By Law is Chapter 107 in the mid section of the document below. It was passed at the Mashpee Town Meeting on October 30.
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The By Law is not consistent with UMass Cooperative Extension recommendations as stated in the original law signed by Governor Patrick..
This was noted, however, the Commission decided to approve the By-Law in this form because it was felt that time was of the essence.
The By-Law is different than the Commission’s By-Law. It is similar to the Falmouth By-Law which was rejected by the Attorney General’s Office, then reinstated during the Legislative Budget process.
The Commission members felt that it was OK if there are differences in different town Nutrient By Laws. The Mashpee By-Law has been sent to the Attorney General’s Office for review.
Thanks to those who are participating in this long and challenging process and helping to keep everyone informed.
Moderated by:Sean Bishop
Ground Effects Landscaping, LTD
This Round Table Discussion will feature three to five owners or key managers from local Green Industry companies. Sean Bishop, a CCLA board member and owner of Ground Effects Landscaping in Marshfield will moderate this discussion.
This is intended to be an interactive discussion and the audience is encouraged to participate. The panel will be asked questions pertaining to the following topics:
- Job opportunities for young people trying to get into the business…what makes you hire a candidate?
- What is your biggest red flag or mistake a person can make when interviewing with your company?
- How do you view the future of the Green Industry?
- What are the most important landscape trends?
- What steps do you to attract and retain employees in this challenging labor market?
- What should the industry trade groups be doing to show the public we have good careers and that people can have a positive future in this industry?
Morning session; 9:30 AM – 10:45 AM
Centerville A + B rooms