In an effort to directly engage our member companies and the tree care community, TCIA hired several Regional Outreach Coordinators (ROCs) this year. These organizers, who are veterans of the tree care industry, are stationed across the country to help facilitate connections and increase participation in TCIA programs.
Tierson Boutte, owner of TCIA-member company Boutte Tree, Inc., in Atlanta, Georgia, granted TCIA permission to re-print and re-purpose his story, a December 2, 2012, TreeBuzz.com post he wrote about a bad crane accident his company experienced, “in hopes that others may learn from our accident and avoid something life-threatening.”
Everyone hates tests: Math tests, driving tests, certification tests. But in order to excel, tests are often a required step. And in order to do well on a test, you must have both good knowledge of the information that is being tested and a strategy for taking the test that allows you to show what you know.
Here are some tips and tricks to excelling on your next certification, or math, test:
Many people feel that being a mentor requires special skills or extra time. You may be thinking, “what could I possibly have to teach someone?” Or, “why would anyone want advice from me?” But really, mentors are really just people with the qualities of good role models.