Certified Maintenance Technician (CMT)

Class includes ALL C.M.T. Courses 401-410

Who is Eligible: Anyone is eligible to take the exam, but it is recommended that applicants have a combination of the following - 4,000 hours of work in the landscape industry. 2,000 hours of work in the landscape industry plus the successful completion of a two-year or four-year curriculum in the landscape field. Preparing for the test: To allow sufficient time for study, persons should apply for examination well in advance of the test date. This is Price is for One Person all Class 1. Certified Maintenance Technician C.M.T Class : 400 Class includes ALL C.M.T. Courses 401 To 410 The class consists of both a classroom setting and a hands-on approach. 

 

Class Descriptions

Class includes ALL C.M.T. Courses 401-410

Class #401: Certified Maintenance Technician (CMT)Organic Working With WildlifeThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.M.T. Certification ( Certified Maintenance Technician ). You will learn how to: List 25 ways to remover wildlife, and describe how we can work with wildlife. Definitions of terms used to classify wildlife. Ability to list at least four physical characteristics that can help to identify wildlife. The steps required to Wildlife Development & Identification. Proper handling procedures : Checklists Stewardship: Property Owner Courtesy Health and Safety Studies : Checklists Course material will be sent in advance upon payment. Course Time : 4 hrsClass #402: Certified Maintenance Technician (CMT)Organic Working With InsectsThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.M.T. Certification ( Certified Maintenance Technician ). You learn about: The top 25 common insects that are found in the working areas. Site Conditions. List and describe five environmental conditions that should be considered when insects are on a site. List eight practical functions insects serve which can be used to enhance the outdoor environment. List and describe several properties and characteristics of insects that influence their suitability in specific locations. List at least four physical characteristics you can use to help identify insects. Define some of the terms used to classify insects.Class #403: Certified Maintenance Technician (CMT)Organic Working With Plants & PlantingThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.M.T. Certification ( Certified Maintenance Technician ). You learn about: Plant Growth and Development : Plant Identification : Plants and Planting : List and describe five environmental conditions that should be considered when selecting Plant Diseases for a site. List eight practical functions of Plant Diseases List and describe several properties and characteristics of Plant Diseases Development List at least four physical characteristics you can use to help identify Plant Diseases . Define some of the terms used to classify Plant Diseases Development . The class consists of both a classroom setting and a hands-on approach.Total Class Time: 4 hoursClass #404: Certified Maintenance Technician (CMT)Organic Fertilization & IdentificationThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.M.T. Certification ( Certified Maintenance Technician ). You learn about: List and describe five environmental conditions that should be considered when selecting Fertilization for a site. List eight practical functions Fertilization serve which can be used to enhance the outdoor environment. List and describe several properties and characteristics of Fertilization that influence their suitability in specific locations. List at least four physical characteristics you can use to help identify Fertilization . Define some of the terms used to classify Fertilization. Describe the basic structure of FertilizationClass #405: Certified Maintenance Technician (CMT)Weed Development & IdentificationThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.M.T. Certification ( Certified Maintenance Technician ). You learn about: Definitons of terms used to classify weeds. Describtions of the basic structure of weeds and how they grow. Ability to list at least four physical characteristics that can help to identify weeds. Learn to identify the top 25 most common weeds. The steps required to kill weeds. Proper handling procedures : Checklists Proper spraying procedures : Checklists Disposal and spill procedures : Checklists Stewardship: Property Owner Courtesy Calibration Procedures : Checklist Health and Safety Studies : Checklists Course material will be sent in advance upon payment. Course Time : 4 hrsClass #406: Certified Maintenance Technician (CMT)Ground Cover Development & IdentificationThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.M.T. Certification ( Certified Maintenance Technician ). You learn about: List and describe five environmental conditions that should be considered when selecting Ground Cover for a site. List eight practical functions Ground Cover serve which can be used to enhance the outdoor environment. List and describe several properties and characteristics of Ground Cover that influence their suitability in specific locations. List at least four physical characteristics you can use to help identify Ground Cover. Define some of the terms used to classify Ground Cover. Describe the basic structure of Ground Cover and how they grow.Class #407: Certified Maintenance Technician (CMT)Turf Grass Development & IdentificationThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.M.T. Certification ( Certified Maintenance Technician ). You learn about: List and describe five environmental conditions that should be considered when selecting Turf Grass for a site. List eight practical functions Turf Grass serve which can be used to enhance the outdoor environment. List and describe several properties and characteristics of Turf Grass that influence their suitability in specific locations. List at least four physical characteristics you can use to help identify Turf . Define some of the terms used to classify Turf. Describe the basic structure of Turf and how they grow.Class #408: Certified Maintenance Technician (CMT)Tree Development & IdentificationThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.M.T. Certification ( Certified Maintenance Technician ). You learn about: Site Conditions. List and describe five environmental conditions that should be considered when selecting Trees for a site. List eight practical functions Trees serve which can be used to enhance the outdoor environment. List and describe several properties and characteristics of Trees that influence their suitability in specific locations. List at least four physical characteristics you can use to help identify Trees. Define some of the terms used to classify Trees. Describe the basic structure of Tree and how they grow.Class #409: Certified Maintenance Technician (CMT)Annuals & Perennials Development & IdentificationThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.M.T. Certification ( Certified Maintenance Technician ). You learn about: List and describe five environmental conditions that should be considered when selecting plants for a site. List eight practical functions plants serve which can be used to enhance the outdoor environment. List and describe several properties and characteristics of plants that influence their suitability in specific locations. List at least four physical characteristics you can use to help identify plants. Define some of the terms used to classify plants. Describe the basic structure of plants and how they grow. Annuals and perennials.Class #410: Certified Maintenance Technician (CMT)Relationship Between Soils & Plants - CompostingThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.M.T. Certification ( Certified Maintenance Technician ). You learn about: Material and Purposes : Soil Texture : Plants-Water Relationships : Instruction on the understanding of Carbon : Nitrogen ratios and the biological roles they play in the composting process. Composting Ingredients. Building compost batches, hot vs. cold piles. Discussion of common methods including; backyard (food waste and feces). Worm, in soil ingestion /digestion, trench, mulching, etc. Individuals will have an understanding of proper tools and equipment that should be used. Discussion of urban and suburban municipality policies and codes.

 

COURSE OVERVIEW

  •  Length of Course: 40 Hours
  •  5 Week Course:
  •  CEU Earned: 40 CEU Credits
  •  Certificate Earned: Maintenance Tech
  •  All classes must be attended
  •  No refunds

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