Battery-power equipment training for landscape professionals

The American Green Zone Alliance (AGZA) has partnered with the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) to offer 14 online lessons on battery electric equipment and operations, robotic equipment and operations, and related land care practice accommodations. This online course helps landscape professionals successfully transition to electric equipment.

The course is designed to provide landscape professionals with the information and training they need to successfully transition to electric equipment (available in English and Spanish).

Lessons include:

  • Electric, The Way of the Future
  • Impacts of Gas Equipment
  • How Battery Electric Equipment Works
  • Commercial Mowers: Battery Electric vs. Gas
  • Commercial Handheld Tools: Battery Electric vs. Gas
  • Commercial Grade vs. Residential-Prosumer Grade
  • A Guide to Selecting Battery Electric Equipment
  • Operating Battery Electric Equipment
  • Handling Battery Electric Equipment
  • Maintaining Battery Electric Equipment
  • Charging Electric Equipment
  • Storage and Infrastructure for Battery Electric Equipment
  • Battery Cycle Life and Recycling
  • Safety Review

Supplemental resources are provided. There is a brief quiz at the conclusion of each lesson, and a final exam. Upon completion of the course, participants are awarded a certificate.

The cost is $329 for NALP members and $359 for non-members.

The course is delivered through AGZA. Visit the registration page at