MGIX offers education sessions with a diverse selection of topics that address the needs of professionals across the green industry. Programs are CEU approved by a wide array of credentialing providers. So whether you attend a class on bugs or balance sheets, you’ll gain relevant learning and have convenient options for earning CEUs.
Use the links below to search for CEU-approved sessions. Check back frequently. New credits will be added as they are approved by the credentialing provider.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture’s Pesticide & Fertilizer Regulation section licenses pesticide dealers and applicators and has approved ONLA’s teaching team to provide recertification education to assure the safe and effective use of pesticides.
Out-of-state pesticide recertification credit hours have been approved for Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and West Virginia. Please email email@example.com for details.
APLD’s certification program confers professional recognition to landscape designers based on established standards of excellence.
ASLA’s license renewal requires licensees to earn CEUs from professional development programs across a wide array of subjects.
The ONLA’s certification program, OCNT provides professionals industry-leading education and members who are certified may earn one recertification credit for attending a pre-convention workshop or one credit per day for attending MGIX Education programs.
Certified Arborists: ISA members work hard to obtain an ISA credential and MGIX Education programs are designed to help you maintain it. Programs in MGIX classrooms and at Climber’s Corner on the show floor are eligible for ISA CEU credits.
NALP certified technicians may earn CEUs from attending MGIX Education programs. Landscape Industry Certified programs (one hour class=one CEU) provided that the course content pertains to the designation held.
IA’s well-respected Select Certified program sets the bar for irrigation professionals and members with IA certifications may earn CEUs by attending MGIX Education programs.
TCIA member arborists may be required to earn CEUs to maintain their credentials.