gibneyCE.com Online Seminars: Continuing Education for Landscape Architects & ISA Certified Arborists
Dear gibneyCE.com and Online Seminars Members,
The September/October Arborist Seminar is now open. It contains information about new technology, practical applications and various tree cultivars for arborists to add to their knowledge base. New on the Arborist Page is Topic #14 which will open your eyes to issues involving protecting trees on building sites. Also, there have been four articles added to the Classics section. These have been selected because they are deemed very important to the arboricultural profession and deserve special recognition. They have appeared in previous Seminars and because of this they are not eligible for earning certification credits; there are no tests at the end of these articles.
The newly launched Landscape Architecture Course page now has five courses for 6 LA credits each and six courses for 1 LA credit each (with more to come). Thank you for all those who have shared their excitement for this new continuing education opportunity.
We welcome our new members and are glad to see those of you who are taking advantage of our annual subscription offer. We hope the new website is running smoothly for all. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you encounter any problems or if special needs arise. We are committed to offering a high quality continuing education experience while earning professional credits at reasonable rates. We welcome any comments concerning our site. See the link to the website below. We can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Please take a few minutes to visit our Sponsors' websites. It is worth the time to see what these companies have to offer with services and tools designed to make your projects successful.
Richard W Gibney RLA ISA & Len Phillips, Online Seminars Founder
The Community Tree Council (CTC) of St. Charles, Lincoln and Warren counties of Missouri offers a scholarship program to support attendance at seminars, conferences and workshops. The program was originally intended for students and volunteers -- municipal tree board members, tree organization volunteers -- who have a vested interests in urban forestry. But there are no restrictions on who may apply.
The funds may be used for registration and associated travel costs. There is no deadline to apply. However, it may take the judging committee as long as 30 days to review submitted applications and make an award.