non – apprenticeship
AT A GLANCE
Landscape architects conceptualize landscape designs, develop contract documents and oversee the construction of landscape development for commercial projects, office complexes, parks, golf courses and residential development. They are employed by government environmental and development agencies, landscape consulting firms and by architectural and engineering firms, or they are self-employed.
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ESSENTIAL SKILLS PROFILES
The Government of Canada Job Bank has identified Nine Literacy and Essential Skills (Reading, Writing, Document Use, Numeracy, Computer Use, Thinking, Oral Communication, Working with Others, and Continuous Learning).
Below you will find links to the Essential Skills Profiles for this occupation and/or related ones:
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$30.33 / hour
$49.77 / hour
After successfully completing your university training from an accepted architecture program, it is recommended that yout join and meet the requirements of the Manitoba Association of Landscape Architects (MALA). Since 1973, MALA continues to regulate the standards of professional practice and conduct consistent with the need to serve and to protect the public interest; to serve as advocates for a high quality of design in the urban and rural environments of Manitoba, and to advance and promote the profession of landscape architecture.
According to the University of Manitoba, after completing an undergraduate program, such as the Bachelor of Environmental Design*, then students can pursue a professional degree in their chosen discipline – Landscape Architecture.
*This undergraduate program is four years in length:
To learn more, visit the Faculty of Architecture, Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Manitoba