Time until No-Foreman Tree Crews Webinar
Upcoming Webinars with 2 CEUs Available! Click the links to RSVP for notifications and such.
Problem Solving for Pruning
The World of Rigging
Advanced Arborist Rigging Theory
Live Crane Demos - Knuckleboom and Stick Crane
Inside Look at Samson Rope
The History of Aboriculture with Joe Aiken
Kristian Shultz: Life on the Road as a Traveling Contract Climber.
Fall Plant Health Care
Work Positioning for Safety
Crane Removal Demo Webinar
Modern technology is a wondrous thing, and we've decided that it's about time we use it to benefit the tree care community! TreeStuff is providing online training seminars by experts from around the world to increase your knowledge on everything tree care related - from rigging techniques to plant health care to chainsaw safety - all for absolutely free. Watch them alone, watch them with friends, watch them with pants on, or watch them in a Lion King onesie - just watch them and learn.
Our webinars are always FREE and you can often earn CEUs just for watching!
Past webinars still available for 1 CEU
How do these free CEUs Work? When will I get them?
Attend a live webinar and pass the test during the 12~24 hour window (stated clearly on the webinar form when you take the quiz) and get 2 CEUs. Pass the test outside of the live window (also stated clearly on the form) and you get 1 CEU.
The ISA is an excellent partner in these things, and they have their rules, so this isn't negotiable. Please understand that anyone that submits outside of the live window (stated clearly on the form at the time you take the quiz) will only be eligible for 1 CEU. This is regardless of timing, technical difficulty on either end, your relationship to high ranking officials or any other reason.
Passing results are submitted in a batch at the end of every other month or so. It takes the ISA 12-16 weeks in some cases to process CEUs. This means it could take up to 4-6 months for you to see these free CEUs on your account. In many cases it takes less time, but please be patient!