Certifications

isa-membersInternational Society of Arboriculture Member – The International Society of Arboriculture has been working hard with its members to raise the standard of professional tree care.  The decision to choose the right arborist is very important.  Trees are a lifelong investment and you want to protect that investment. http://www.isa-arbor.com/

ISAISA Certified Arborist – This is the largest group of credential holders.  These professional arborists have a minimum of three years experience in some aspect of tree care and have passed an exam developed by an international panel of experts.  The exam extensively covers every aspect of tree care and the individuals must have an acceptable level of knowledge in all areas of arboriculture. http://www.isa-arbor.com/


Board Certified Master ArboristISA Board Certified Master Arborist – 
  The credential is designed for arborists who have reached the pinnacle of their profession.  To sit for the exam, individuals must be a Certified Arborist in good standing and have obtained other prerequisites, or “points” defined by ISA.  A minimum of eight points are required, obtained through measurable experience, formal education, related credentials, or professional experience.  The computer-based exam covers science, practice, and management. http://www.isa-arbor.com

 

ASCAAmerican Society of Consulting Arborists – ASCA’s Registered Consulting Arborists are committed to continuing their development of knowledge and skills as industry leaders, participating in continuing education every two years to maintain their membership status and ensure that their professional training keeping them current on arboriculture issues. http://www.asca-consultants.org

 

The Registered Consulting Arborist Designation – Members  of the Society earn the privilege of using the designation “Registered Consulting Arborist” following their names only after they have achieved a required level of specific education and experience, graduated from ASCA’s Consulting academy, and had their professional reports pass a rigorous review process. http://www.asca-consultants.org

 

TCIATree Care Industry Association – The membership of TCIA is composed of commercial tree care businesses and the firms that provide supplies, services, and equipment to the tree care industry.  All employees are members through a company membership.  TCIA develops a wide range of tree care & tree service  safety and training programs, industry standards of practice, government compliance and business management information, plus a host of other services to assist business owners in the successful growth of their business. http://tcia.org/

 

Structural Pest Control Service –  Texas Department of Agriculture.  We are licensed through the State of Texas.  When we identify diseases (oak wilt) or insect infestations (Borers) we can legally prescribe and performs these treatments.  Continuing education units are required to remain current. http://www.tda.state.tx.us/spcs

 

Texas Oak Wilt CertifiedOak Wilt Certified – Oak Wilt Certified identifies that the individual Arborist is ISA Certified and has received special training on the identification and management of Oak Wilt. http://texasoakwilt.org/

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