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Become a Trainer

Our seminars will give you the necessary credentials, training, and authority to get in front of architects, landscape architects, designers, building owners and manager, as well as LEED APs to educate them about the many health and productivity benefits of plants in our built environments.

GPGB provides you with content-rich slide decks, scripts, and whitepapers for our Continuing Education presentations on popular design topics such as living walls, green roofs, authentically green interiors, biophilic design, and moss walls.

Become a GPGB Registered Trainer

No prior teaching or speaking experience is required – only a passion for plants.

Educate

GPGB is an approved education provider for AIA, IDCEC, ASID, BOMI, USGBC, & 13 Canadian affiliated organizations.

Advocate

Support your industry by communicating the aesthetic, wellbeing, and economic benefits of nature in the built environment.

Empower

Empower designers, architects, and building professionals to explore their connection with nature through interior design.

Continuing Education Programs

An annual fee of $135 per Registered Trainer is required to present GPGB CEU programs. This fee is used to develop additional presentation material on existing and additional topics.

Become a Trainer

Registration Includes

  • Authority to give CEU credit to designers, architects and building professionals
  • Slide decks with compelling photographs and speaker’s notes
  • Forms for your CEU presentation
  • Public speaking tips with ongoing, year-long support
  • Mentoring and tip exchange via the Registered Trainers Private Facebook Group

What Client’s Say

First impressions are critical in the hospitality business. We use spectacular plant presentations in the hotel lobby and throughout our grounds to make a very dramatic, very impressive statement. Live greenery differentiates our brand.

Arthur Coulombe - General Manager, JW Marriott

Living plants are an inexpensive, powerful tool for interior spaces, offering life and beauty. I always try to incorporate live plants—especially colorful ones—into my projects, no matter what the project budget is…they are the perfect finishing touch.

Raquel Hair, Little Architecture