Many arborists are required to earn continuing education units (CEUs) to maintain their credentials. Fortunately, Tree Care Industry Association programs, events and training opportunities make preserving your credentials easier than ever - and cheap, if you work for a TCIA member company.
TCIA’s annual Winter Management Conference (WMC) 2014, which took place at Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas, enjoyed a record attendance of 484 this year. This figure includes 81 first-timers, and shatters the previous attendance record of 373, which was set during WMC 2007 in Aruba.
We’re offering plenty of exciting programs and excursions at Winter Management Conference (WMC), which takes place at Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas February 2 – 6. Some of them are new, but others, such as our popular Voice for Trees (VFT) Political Action Committee Gala and Auction, are tried and true staples of the conference.
We have visited many beautiful islands over the years as part of our annual Winter Management Conference (WMC) program. Our travels often bring us in contact with the wonderful islanders, who, we have learned, often have unmet needs in their communities. To counteract this, TCIA aims to meet local needs through an annual “Give Back” campaign.
Every winter, tree care industry business leaders from all over the world meet for the Tree Care Industry Association’s Winter Management Conference (WMC), where they partake in unparalleled networking and education opportunities in an exotic, fun setting.