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Monday, March 7th 2011, 11:55am

by pass1

certification

Go to www.irrigation.org/certification. All you need to know will be there.

Monday, March 7th 2011, 11:42am

by canlawnz

HOW TO BECOME A "CIC", "CID", AND "CLIA?

To Whom every can help,



How to become a CIC, CID, CLIA? I work in the lawn mowing business, but would like to do irrigation repairs. I know how to prime a pump, fix a head, trouble clock to valves, and can recommend upgrades for better coverage.



I would like to be certified to put it in my maintenance proposals.



PLEASE HELP



THANKS