PLEASE NOTE: we are transitioning to new CLE credit categories A & B. For previously approved credits, the environmental credits will count as category A credit, while business and safety credits will be counted as category B.
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Alternative Continuing Education Options
Georgia Forestry Commission Assurance Exams
One CLE category A credit per evaluation, maximum of two credits per person every two years. Any parties wanting credit must be involved with the site and must be physically present for the entire inspection and discussion, lasting at least 50 minutes. Initial or interim exams must score at least 80% with no water quality risks. Final exams must score a minimum of 95% with no water quality risks. Contact your regional GFC water quality coordinator to schedule a logging site visit.
Continuing Forestry Education (CFE) Credits
The Society of American Foresters approves CFE credits, which are required for registered foresters. CFE's are accepted as Category B for GA-MTH continuing education purposes. Please REMEMBER to attach copies of your CFE certificates to your GA-MTH renewal application.
There are two web-based training resources where you can obtain continuing education credits. Both systems will generate a Certificate of Completion after you watch the videos and pass a quiz at the end. Please REMEMBER to attach your Certificates to your GA-MTH Renewal Application.
- Southern Regional Extension Forestry's Forestry Webinar Portal
This web-based course system offers webinars for CLE credits — please double check the individual modules you select to see if they have been approved specifically for Georgia Master Timber Harvester CLEs before you take a course. For technical assistance, please contact Southern Regional Extension Forestry.
- Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources Continuing Education
For a fee, this website provides online classes approved for CFE credits, which will be counted as Category B. For technical assistance, please contact the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources.