Cooperative Extension is offering two free training sessions during April designed to enhance employability skills and increase job retention in the green industry (nursery, landscaping, and landscape maintenance) in Clark County and surrounding counties.
Through the Focusing on the Needs of Today’s Hispanic Workforce project, the classes will be offered in English and in Spanish on Tuesday, April 10 and Monday, April 16. Participants will receive a certificate for each class.
The free training sessions are open to any private, public employer and the public. Both classes are taught at the Lifelong Learning Center, 8050 Paradise Road (I-215 and Windmill Lane) from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
The first class, Looking at Mistakes in Landscape & Knowing How to Solve Them on April 10, will cover planting, staking, pruning and growing palms. The first training session includes hands-on activities and opportunities to ask plenty of questions. Class two, Recognizing Plant Names, How They Grow & Native v Non-Native Plants on April 17, will cover identifying various plants types. Details!