Continuing Education

Continuing Education for maple syrup producers

COVID-19 AND YOUR CEUs

Wed, Oct 14, 12 - 1 PM EDT
UMass Tick Webinar
Tick-Borne Disease Surveillance in the USA,
Dr. Ben Beard, Deputy Director, Division of Vector-Borne Diseases Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Thurs, Oct 15, 12-1 PM EDT
UMass Urban Forestry Today
Social Media & Urban Forestry -Getting the Word Out
Free CEUs
Thurs, Oct 15, 9 - 12:45 EDT
UMass Weedinar
Glyphosate 411
The science behind glyphosate use and the environmental and health concerns.
$75, $68 if registering 3 or more from same company
3 Pesticide CEUs
This memo from Nicholas Zito, CT-DEEP Division of Forestry, covers current regulations for Forest Practitioner Certification and offers useful links to online options.
Webinar memo 6.28.2019

As a professional organization, we normally offer continuing education classes for all certified practitioners as required for certification renewal in Connecticut.  All of our classes are approved by the State of Connecticut, Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Forestry. But due to the Covid 19 restrictions, we are not offering in-person CEUs.

Certified forest practitioners are required to inform the Division of Forestry what approved continuing education programs they have attended in order to meet the required number of CEUs. The Department encourages practitioners to report continuing education programs that they have attended only at certification renewal.

Learn more about Connecticut's continuing education requirements for timber producers.

CEU Approved Programs

CPR Training
Workplace Safety
Visits to watersheds, sawmills, and other sites
Trucking Regulations
Wetland Regulations
Professional Certification

get in touch

CT Professional Timber Producers Association, Inc.
PO Box 508
Oneco, CT 06373
860 948-0432
info@timproct.org

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