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LARE Workshop - Online

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Oct 24
LARE Workshop - Online BC Society of Landscape Architects Oct 24, 2020 : 8:30 am CE Credits: 3

For BCSLA Interns who plan to sit the First Section of the LARE please join Tamara Bonnemaison, MBCSLA,  who will lead a session focused on the first section for our colleagues in BC and those in Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario.

Outline of this L.A.R.E. Section 1 review session:
Getting ready to take the LARE? This workshop will touch on strategies to complete the LARE and Registration process, and will focus on study methods for the LARE Section 1, Project and Construction Management. Tamara will share the approach that she used to get ready for this exam, including which reading materials and areas of study she found most useful.

Tamara Bonnemaison Bio:
Tamara is passionate about creating spaces that engage people with their community and with the natural world. To explore these interests, Tamara obtained a Masters of Landscape Architecture (2017) a Bachelor of Environmental Design from UBC, as well as a Restoration of Natural Systems Diploma from UVic. Tamara works at Murdoch de Greeff Inc., in Victoria, BC.  The firm specializes in ecological design and integrated stormwater management. Tamara recently completed all four LARE exams and the registration process.

REGISTRATION Required: Please register for the free session here. 
Full link information: 

How it works:
This session is free of charge and open to  all BCSLA Members and Associates as well as members of the AALA and the OALA.  
Once you register, you will receive a link to join the Ring Central webinar.   We will record the webinar and post it to the BCSLA website if you cannot attend 

More study support:
For those studying for the LARE, we have a resource page on the website here:  

Tara Culham
355 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC V6C 2G8
(604) 682-5610
Click to view background photo & credits
Project: Telus Atrium Garden
Landscape Architect / Firm: Sharp & Diamond Landscape Architecture Inc in collaboration with Cornelia Hahn Oberlander
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Photo Credit: Brett Hitchins