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May 21, 2024

TRAQ Renewal Course

Registration Deadline April 21

Columbus, OH

Register Today

Program: 8 am - 5 pm
When:  May 21, 2024
Where:  Franklin Park Conservatory - The Veridian
               1777 E Broad St
                Columbus, OH 43203

ABOUT THE COURSE
The ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) program provides an opportunity for professionals in the arboriculture industry to expand their knowledge through education and training in the fundamentals of tree risk assessment. This qualification promotes the safety of people and property by providing a standardized and systematic process for assessing tree risk. The results of a tree risk assessment can provide tree owners and risk managers with the information to make informed decisions to enhance tree benefits, health, and longevity.

The Tree Risk Assessment Qualification Renewal Course is a one-day refresher, with five hours of instruction, and three hours to take the exam. Current TRAQ holders may complete the TRAQ Renewal Course as early as 18 months prior to your qualification expiration date.

 

TREE RISK ASSESSMENT QUALIFICATION
INFORMATION
The Tree Risk Assessment Qualification is valid for five years from the date the TRAQ exam is passed. The qualification holder is required to retake the course and pass the exam every five years to maintain the qualification.

COURSE ELIGIBILITY
To be able to register for the TRAQ Renewal Course you must hold a TRAQ credential. You may complete the TRAQ Renewal Course as
early as 18 months prior to your qualification expiration date.

COURSE LOCATION
Franklin Park Conservatory - The Veridian
1777 E Broad St
Columbus, OH 43203

COURSE CONTENT
Tree Biology and Mechanics:
Participants will learn how to assess wood structure, decay, and tree mechanics, and evaluate their impact on likelihood of tree or tree part failure. Participants will also learn how to identify and assess defects and conditions that may affect likelihood of failure.

Tree Inspection and Assessment:
Participants will learn about types of targets, assess the likelihood of a tree or tree part
impacting a target and estimating the consequences of tree or tree part failure. Participants will also learn how to assess site factors that may influence likelihood of
failure. 

Data Analysis and Risk Categorization:
After learning the tree and target factors that must be assessed, participants will combine likelihood of failure, likelihood of impact, and consequences of failure to derive a risk rating. This rating helps the assessor communicate tree risk to clients and risk managers, and allows comparison of risk levels between trees.

Risk Reporting: Participants will learn skills for clearly communicating tree risk to clients, both in written and verbal reports. Participants will also learn about the key components that should be included in a report after completing a tree risk assessment.

 

REGISTRATION FEE

ISA Member $220 USD
Non-ISA Member $260 USD
Exam Retake Only $150 USD
Exam retakes must contact ISA Headquarters to register.

Course registration fee includes study materials and lunch during the one-day course. 

Registration Deadline
Registration closes after 30 seats are filled or April 21, whichever comes first.  

No refunds or cancellations on or after April 21.

Course may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment.

How to Register
Visit www.OhioChapterISA.org.
Please contact the Ohio Chapter at info@ohiochapterisa.org with any
registration questions or concerns.
Participants are asked to bring their Tree Risk Assessment manual and clipboard to the course.

Area Hotel:  

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Columbus - Easton Area
4899 Sunbury Road, Columbus, Ohio
Reservations:  1-888-465-4329
Front Desk:  1-614-476-1100


 

 

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Add to Calendar aCLuDhaqizCaPxAftmqF167204 05/21/2024 05/21/2024 true TRAQ Renewal Course Register Today Program: 8 am - 5 pmWhen:  May 21, 2024Where:  Franklin Park Conservatory - The Veridian               1777 E Broad St                Columbus, OH 43203 ABOUT THE COURSEThe ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) program provides an opportunity for professionals in the arboriculture industry to expand their knowledge through education and training in the fundamentals of tree risk assessment. This qualification promotes the safety of people and property by providing a standardized and systematic process for assessing tree risk. The results of a tree risk assessment can provide tree owners and risk managers with the information to make informed decisions to enhance tree benefits, health, and longevity. The Tree Risk Assessment Qualification Renewal Course is a one-day refresher, with five hours of instruction, and three hours to take the exam. Current TRAQ holders may complete the TRAQ Renewal Course as early as 18 months prior to your qualification expiration date.   TREE RISK ASSESSMENT QUALIFICATIONINFORMATIONThe Tree Risk Assessment Qualification is valid for five years from the date the TRAQ exam is passed. The qualification holder is required to retake the course and pass the exam every five years to maintain the qualification. COURSE ELIGIBILITYTo be able to register for the TRAQ Renewal Course you must hold a TRAQ credential. You may complete the TRAQ Renewal Course asearly as 18 months prior to your qualification expiration date. COURSE LOCATIONFranklin Park Conservatory - The Veridian1777 E Broad StColumbus, OH 43203 COURSE CONTENTTree Biology and Mechanics: Participants will learn how to assess wood structure, decay, and tree mechanics, and evaluate their impact on likelihood of tree or tree part failure. Participants will also learn how to identify and assess defects and conditions that may affect likelihood of failure.Tree Inspection and Assessment:Participants will learn about types of targets, assess the likelihood of a tree or tree partimpacting a target and estimating the consequences of tree or tree part failure. Participants will also learn how to assess site factors that may influence likelihood offailure. Data Analysis and Risk Categorization: After learning the tree and target factors that must be assessed, participants will combine likelihood of failure, likelihood of impact, and consequences of failure to derive a risk rating. This rating helps the assessor communicate tree risk to clients and risk managers, and allows comparison of risk levels between trees. Risk Reporting: Participants will learn skills for clearly communicating tree risk to clients, both in written and verbal reports. Participants will also learn about the key components that should be included in a report after completing a tree risk assessment.   REGISTRATION FEEISA Member $220 USDNon-ISA Member $260 USDExam Retake Only $150 USDExam retakes must contact ISA Headquarters to register. Course registration fee includes study materials and lunch during the one-day course.  Registration DeadlineRegistration closes after 30 seats are filled or April 21, whichever comes first.   No refunds or cancellations on or after April 21. Course may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment. How to RegisterVisit www.OhioChapterISA.org.Please contact the Ohio Chapter at info@ohiochapterisa.org with anyregistration questions or concerns.Participants are asked to bring their Tree Risk Assessment manual and clipboard to the course. Area Hotel:   Holiday Inn Express & Suites Columbus - Easton Area4899 Sunbury Road, Columbus, OhioReservations:  1-888-465-4329Front Desk:  1-614-476-1100     Columbus, OH