Over irrigating? You may be wasting water and money. Evaluating and tuning an irrigation system is part of the QWEL training field audit exercise, which introduces distribution uniformity and run time calculations to help landscape pros address problems — not just symptoms (like brown spots and runoff). Register today!
I learned how to better irrigate plants by better programming controllers. – N.N. , San Diego
Don’t miss winter training opportunities to improve your team’s knowledge and skill. Register your team today.
- Convenient locations in North and East County.
- QWEL earns “excellent” ratings from technicians, supervisors and managers.
- FREE training for landscape professionals.
This popular, localized training returns to the region with additional support from the San Diego County Water Authority and its 24 member agencies.
If you have questions, contact WSA Marketing, QWEL program administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org or 760.944.1509.
More than 170 contractors, suppliers and organizations have taken advantage of QWEL training. You can make QWEL part of your professional development. Choose from Wednesday or Thursday classes beginning Feb. 14 and 15. Register at least one member of your team today.
Another group of landscape professionals wrapped up their training with the QWEL exam in June. They participated in our first evening and weekend education series, which was generously hosted by Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church, in Encinitas. Instructor Jaime Bayona, of Smart Irrigation Consulting and WSA Marketing’s Susan Hahm facilitated the training. Have you […]
If you earned your QWEL certificate in 2016, be sure to post at least 2 continuing education units (CEUs) by 12/31/17. (And two more every calendar year thereafter.) Here’s the link to current qualifying guidelines and posting instructions. It’s easy! There’s a 30-day grace period, but you’ll want to post yours soon. Questions? Contact us: […]