I completely agree with everything you say. That is why I created Land F/X, and feel that AutoCAD with Sketchup/Rhino is a more viable platform for landscape architecture. Also note that all of our training content is free, including a step-by-step trainer (landfx.com/trainer).
I think your office will be better served with AutoCAD and Land F/X. See if you can talk them into a free trial.
But if the decision is set to stick with Vectorworks, I'd suggest you reach out to Eric Gilby on here, he can direct you to their training resources.
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