Webinars which have been approved for Advanced Training credit can be found on the Calendar.
To be approved for AT credit a webinar must be viewed "live" with some opportunity for viewer interaction by sending in questions or other means.   The webinar also must be relevant to our activities as Master Naturalist in Brazoria County.
Only 4 hours of webinar may be counted towards the 8 hours of AT required for recertification.   However, we certainly encourage your use of webinars, either live or viewed on demand, for your own interests and education.
If you learn of a live webinar you are interested in, please submit it as soon as possible with supporting information such as websites, brochures or announcements of the event, to Larry Ruhr, Director of Advanced Training, so he may evaluate the opportunity, and approve, publicize and post it to the Calendar so all may take advantage of the opportunity.

—Larry Ruhr
    Director of Advanced Training
    Texas Master Naturalist Cradle of Texas Chapter

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