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ist (ISA). 30 CEUs are required every three years to remain certified. www.isa-arbor.com/certification


PLANET Certified Landscape Professional. Beginning in January 2010, PLANET’s certification program assumed a new brand name — Landscape Industry Certified. Tere are several certifications to choose from: www.landcarenetwork.org/certification


Certified Sports Field Manager. Tis national certificate program is adminis- tered by the Sports Turf Managers Associa- tion. To qualify to take the exam you must have 40 education/experience points, $350 application fee and $100 testing fee. Tree CEUs and nine industry service points are needed every three years to remain certified. 1-800-323-3875


Certified Golf Course Superintendent. For this certificate, you must first meet eligi- bility requirements including years of expe-


rience and level of post secondary education. Ten you will need to pay the application fee, submit a portfolio, have your golf facility attested and successfully complete the exam. 1-800-472-7878


UGA Center for Continuing Education offers self-study certificate courses designed for professionals working with turfgrass management or production.Tey are admin- istered by the UGA Center for Continuing Education and PLANET. • Certified Turfgrass Professional • Sports Turfgrass Management For more information: georgiacenter.uga.edu 706-542-3537


For more information, contact: Todd Hurt, Training Coordinator UGA Center for Urban Agriculture 1109 Experiment St. Griffin, GA 30223, 770-229-3251, thurt@uga.edu


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