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PA-DE ASLA LARE Review Course

Held in conjunction with the 2019 PA-DE ASLA Annual Meeting

Friday, April 12 – 6:00pm-9:00pm
Saturday, April 13 – 9:00am-5:00pm

DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh Cranberry
Cranberry, PA

Presented by Thomas J. Nieman, PhD, FASLA
Professor of Landscape Architecture, Emeritus
University of Kentucky

 

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About the Course:

“This review covers everything you need to know in order to prepare for, take, and pass the four (4) sections of the LARE. I am asking that you bring your laptops as I will provide a USB with about “2 megs” of data (books, study material and sample tests) that will guide you in the right direction.

The session will open with a segment that dispels common myths, misconceptions and outright mistruths about the exam. I will then proceed to help you develop an approach to success. How to prepare. What materials to use and how to use them. How to answer various item types. And, ultimately, how to PASS.

The exam is not a test of knowledge or an exercise in memorization. Rather, it is an exam to ascertain minimal competence as landscape architect who is protecting public health, safety, and welfare. Olmsted would be proud.”

-Thomas J. Nieman, PhD, FASLA

“I took this study course and it helped set the basis for the four sections of the LARE. The information provided by Dr. Nieman included a wide range of material that is covered throughout the exams. In my opinion, taking this course is almost a guaranteed way to pass your LARE exams.”

-Kelsey Kanspedos, PA-DE ASLA Western Section Co-Chair

 

About the Presenter:

Thomas Nieman has been involved with Landscape Architecture licensing for many years. He has been on the CLARB Board of Directors, was an ASLA Trustee, President of the KY Board of Landscape Architecture, and a Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Kentucky. He is a practicing Landscape Architect.

He is actively involved with the ASLA, “LARE Prep” committee and provides review sessions for ASLA and state chapters throughout the United States. His mission is licensure for as many competent individuals as possible and, as a result, growth of the profession.

The LARE is not a test of knowledge, rather it is a demonstration of minimal competency to protect public health, safety and welfare.

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 2019 ANNUAL MEETING

 

Questions? Contact Lauren Ramsey, PA-DE ASLA Conference Coordinator, at lramsey@wannerassoc.com or 717-441-6041.