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Courses leading to Certification or License

An arborist is a specialist in the cultivation and care of trees and shrubs. Also known as a tree surgeon, an arborist diagnoses, treats, and helps identify and prevent tree diseases, and aids in the control of pests.

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Covers irrigation history and current trends, principles and hydraulics, components, design with a focus on water conservation, installation and maintenance techniques, terminology, Texas Irrigator Rules and Regulations. Preparation for the Texas State Irrigators Exam

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Behavioral and legal approaches to the management of human resources in organizations.

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In an increasingly project oriented world, professional certification ensures that project managers are ready to meet the demands of projects across the globe. In a fast paced, budget conscious time, nothing could be more important for your career or business than to have certified project managers leading your team.

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Certification and Licensure

One of the most common types of certification is professional certification, where a person is certified as being able to competently complete a job or task, usually by the passing of an examination.
There are two general types of professional certification: some are valid for a lifetime, once the exam is passed. Others have to be re-certified again after a certain period of time. 
 
Certification does not refer to the state of legally being able to practice or work in a profession. That is licensure. Usually, licensure is administered by a governmental entity for public protection purposes and a professional association administers certification. Licensure and certification are similar in that they both require the demonstration of a certain level of knowledge or ability.
 
The Department of Certification and Licensure offers courses that lead to certification, licensure, or license renewal for the following occupations:
 

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