Upcoming BQA Certification Classes in Arizona
November 13, 2013
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
V-V Ranch Field Day
To pre-register and reserve your lunch or for more information contact:
(928) 567-6954 x 12
Call Debbie Reed at (520) 626-7107 or e-mail email@example.com to see about arranging a class in your area.
BQA Certification Renewal and Continuing Education Requirement
In order to maintain certification, a minimum of 4 hours of continuing education is required every 3 years. The certified individual is responsible for submitting continuing education class information to the BQA office. Please submit continuing education information to:
Rancher Beef Quality Assurance
Department of Animal Sciences
237 Shantz Building
P.O. Box 210038
Tucson, AZ 85721
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to receive continuing education credit a class must be approved by the Arizona Rancher Beef Quality Assurance Program. If a class has not received prior approval a list of class topics may be requested to determine if the class meets continuing education requirements.
Upcoming Approved Continuing Education Opportunities
The BQA Certification events listed at the top of the page also meet the recertification requirement.
Call Debbie Reed at (520) 626-7107 or e-mail email@example.com to see about arranging a continuing education class in your area or to have an upcoming workshop approved for AZBQA continuing education credit.
Online Continuing Education Opportunities
Completion of the Masters of Beef Advocacy online program can be applied towards 4 hours of continuing education credits. For more information on the program as well as enrollment instructions visit http://www.beef.org/mastersofbeefadvocacy.aspx. Once you enroll in the program and complete the online material you will be sent a confirmation of completion email. Simply forward this to firstname.lastname@example.org and the continuing education credits will be applied towards your BQA renewal. For continuing education credit you only need to complete the online portion of the Masters of Beef Advocacy program. Although you are encouraged to attend the commencement and additional training session it is not required to receive the continuing education credits.