Certified arborist exam study guide
Arborists Certification Study Guide - Third Edition by ISAThe third edition of the study guide is now in living color!
This fully-illustrated third edition of the study guide is a must-have for ISA Certified Arborist® candidates, and provides a strong foundation and reference for all tree care professionals. (©2010, softcover, 352 pp., 325 full-color illustrations, glossary, index)
Each chapter contains:
• learning objectives
• key terms
• text with illustrations and photos
• workbook section
• challenge questions
• sample test questions
• bibliography of related resources
• A complete, educational text and study resource designed to help you prepare for the ISA Certified Arborist® exam
• Expanded chapters with latest information
• New chapter - Urban Forestry - which discusses the management of larger populations of trees in the urban area
• 325 full-color images
• Comprehensive glossary of arboricultural terms and a valuable list of additional resources
Becoming a certified arborist provides a level of professional expertise in the study and care of trees. The field of arboriculture focuses on how to plant and properly maintain trees. Arborists are the professionals who work in the arboriculture industry, becoming experts and passing on their knowledge about trees. Founded in , the International Society of Arboriculture has more than 20, members in the United States and around the globe. ISA offers certification credentials to help arborists develop as professionals in this field. Once certified, arborists are often called upon by government agencies, citizens and businesses seeking information on trees and how to care for them.
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According to the ISA, the objectives of the Certification Program to get their arborist certification include:. Those who plan to take the exam must have at least three years of full-time experience in the arboriculture field. In some instances, volunteer work can count; however, it needs to have been supervised and documentation may be required. Those who are self-employed in a related field need to submit letters of reference along with their application. No one section is weighted less than 8 percent urban forestry of the entire exam and more than 13 percent pruning of the exam. The exam consists of multiple-choice questions, each with four choices and one correct answer.