Continuing Education Opportunities

UPCOMING CONTINUING EDUCATION LIVE EVENTS

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 The Path for Compost in the Upcoming Farm Bill Tuesday, November 8, 2022, 3:00 pm Eastern | More info | Use the Individual Webinar tracking form

 PFAS: The Importance of Test Methods to Determine TF Concentration Wed, 30 November 2022, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CST | More info | Use the Individual Webinar tracking form

 Addressing Contamination in Food Waste for Composting, a CREF Webinar December 14th, 2022
2:00PM EST | More info | Use the Individual Webinar tracking form

  • COMPOST2023: Capturing Carbon, Renewing Soil. The Annual Conference of the USCC January 24-27, 2023, Ontario, CA | More info | Tracking form coming soon
  • WASTE EXPO May 1-4, 2034 | More info | Use the generic conference form

Click on "tracking form" next to the event title to download the form.  Use these forms to record your attendance at upcoming conferences and meetings.  When completed, submit them using https://www.compostingcouncil.org/page/ProfessionalDevelopmentHours

See something missing or want to suggest another event?  Send us a message!

ON-DEMAND LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Use one of the webinar forms below

NEW!: COMPOST University--the learning center for all things compost! Credits get automatically added to your Journal! 

Mid-Atlantic Composting and Compost Use Webinar Series from Virginia Cooperative Extension and the MD Better Composting School.  On YouTube

Community Composting Webinar Series from Institute for Local Self Reliance.  On YouTube

Washington Organics Webinar Series contact Melissa at WORC@AMINC.org to purchase access

PDH Tracking/Submission Forms

You can now earn PDHs for Professional Activities!  Up to 10 of the 30 hours needed for certification renewal can come from participation on Boards, Committees, and the USCC Mentor Program.  For details, click HERE.

For webinars use one of these:

You can also use these for individual online conference sessions if you don't see one specifically for the particular conference.

Unless a conference-specific tracking form is provided, use this form:

 

The mission of the USCC Certification Commission is to develop and administer national, valid, credible, vendor-neutral certification programs for organics recycling professionals which enhance the profession of organics recycling facility management and in turn benefit the community business and environmental outcomes. The initial development of the CCOM™ was by the Composting Council Research and Education Foundation thanks to a grant from the 11th Hour Project.