CTSP CEU Opportunities

TCIA CEU Resources

Need extra CEUs for your certification? TCIA is the best resource for professional development, and offers many learning opportunities through training programs, events, and publications. 

View a complete list of TCIA CEU opportunities.

Other Resources

If TCIA's resources don't meet your needs, consider rounding out your certification by earning CEUs through outside organizations. Some of the organizations offer CEUs, while others offer an opportunity to pursue general professional development.

  • ACRT
    Places great value in training safety-focused, knowledgeable leaders. Courses are designed for employees from municipalities, line clearance companies, government agencies and tree care companies.
  • National Association of Safety Professionals 
    Offers workplace safety manager/trainer certification courses.
  • National Safety Council 
    Has safety solutions to educate your employees, their families and your community on preventing and responding to emergency situations.
  • OSHA 
    Offers safety training courses focused on the OSHA and Cal/OSHA general industry regulations and safety orders.
  • Safe Trees 
    Offers hands-on tree assessment workshops, and can tailor their curriculum to fit your needs.
  • International Society of Arboriculture 
    Offers several educational events throughout the year. Visit the website to find your chapter and local training opportunities.
  • ANSI standards 
    Govern all aspects of tree work by determining proper tree care practices. Whether you are a newcomer to the standards arena and need to improve your understanding and expand your awareness of the standardization process, or a long-time participant who needs a refresher course or who wants to develop new skills, ANSI’s inventory of training programs contains a match for you.
  • Rutgers University 
    Offers leadership, management and communications courses, and several of their programs specialize in landscape and park management.
  • Mid-Atlantic Horticulture Short Course 
    Provides instruction in crew management, horticulture skills, and pesticides.
  • American Society of Safety Engineers 
    Administers training opportunities for safety, health and environmental professionals.
  • ArborMaster 
    Provides tailored training opportunities including hands-on field instruction and crew and management training.
  • Arboriculture Canada Training & Education 
    An excellent resource for arborists working in Canada, and covers a varitey of tree care disciplines.
  • Chesapeake Region Safety Council 
    Provides training, information and resources to help business owners and professionals reduce accidental injury and death in the workplace.
  • Forest Industry Safety and Training Alliance 
    Nationally recognized, non-profit safety training and education organization for the forest industry.
  • Oklahoma Vegetation Management Association 
    Provides training for the vegetation mangement industry.
  • North American Training Solutions 
    In the business of providing superior green industry related training and education.