Are you ready to take your tree climbing skills to new heights? We are thrilled to announce the release of our latest product, Tree Climber 1: Fundamentals, designed to equip you with the essential knowledge and techniques for a safe and successful tree-climbing experience.
CTSP policies and procedures update coming September 9, 2023. These policy changes will help with the CTSP process of recertification and keeping track of eligible CEUs to keep your CTSP credential in good standing.
TCIA created a new qualification course to teach industry trainers how to use TCIA’s online courses and tools to complement their workshops. These Qualified Trainers deploy high-quality industry standardized online content that maximizes the quality of learning and the time students have with a subject matter expert.
Aerial Lift Operations 2: Aerial Lift Rescue is now available in Spanish! This online course is designed to provide workers with aerial lift rescue safety knowledge and best practices. It covers emergency preparedness and response, aerial lift protocol, precautions and techniques, and first aid.
Have you wondered how to design a successful and cost-effective training program to help you recruit and develop a safe, skilled, and productive workforce? TCIA’s vice president of training & credentialing, Bryan Dalton, has the answer!
TCIA is excited to offer a new online course: Tree Climber Specialist 4: Rigging Operations Aloft. This course is designed to provide climbers with the knowledge and best practices necessary for successful rigging operations.
Just before the ribbon-cutting ceremony at TCI EXPO ’22 in Charlotte, TCIA held a signing ceremony to officially recognize the start of a two-year alliance with the North Carolina Department of Labor Division Occupational Safety and Health (NCOSHA).
TCIA’s Introduction to Arboriculture Safety is a FREE entry-level curriculum that is an invaluable resource for new hires, applicants, people who are new to the industry or anyone exploring a tree career in the tree care industry.