Certified Crop Adviser Exam Review Course Offered by ISU Extension

December 15, 2010
ICM News

By Brent Pringnitz, Corn and Soybean Initiative 

Individuals planning to become a Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) can attend a two-day ISU Extension course to assist with exam preparation. ISU extension specialists will cover the performance objectives for the exam and provide additional assistance on topic areas of most concern to students. Students will take interactive quizzes during the course and finish with a practice examination.

The CCA Exam Review Course will be held Jan. 10-11 on the Iowa State campus in the Scheman Continuing Education Building, room 150. Registration opens at 8 a.m. with class work beginning at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 3:45 p.m. on Jan.11. Registration is limited to 60 participants; pre-registration is required. The program brochure and registration form are posted on the Web at www.aep.iastate.edu.

Cost of the course is $250. Registration and fees must be received by Jan. 5. Registrations will not be accepted at the door for this program. The fees include lunches, breaks and a copy of the Crop Diagnostic Notebook.

Registrations can be completed online with a credit card (MasterCard or VISA only) at www.aep.iastate.edu. Registrations may also be faxed with a credit card to 515-294-1311 or mailed along with a check or credit card information to: ISU Agribusiness Education Program, 2104B Agronomy Hall, Ames, Iowa, 50011-1010. For more information, call 515-294-6429 or email aep@iastate.edu.


Brent Pringnitz is an extension program specialist with ISU's Corn and Soybean Initiative.



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