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70th SRM Annual Meeting & Trade Show

Red Rock and Rangelands

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St. George, UT
January 29 - February 2, 2017

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Rangeland Careers
Certified Professional in Rangeland Management (CPRM) Committee

Instructions for evaluating Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credit for the Certified Professional in Range Management (CPRM) program

To qualify for credit, course/training/conference, etc. must meet the following criteria:

1) Must deal directly with range/rangeland-related subjects, such as, but not limited to; rangeland assessment, ecology, rangeland or riparian monitoring, management, health, grazing, prescribed burning, wildlife, soils, Ecological Site Description (ESD)
2) Must NOT cover subject matter required for you to perform your job, such as, but not limited to; legal issues, conflict resolution, photography & computer training unrelated to the rangeland subject (i.e., Excel, Word), general business, function planning

Calculation of CEUs:

Short courses/workshops/conferences/trainings/meetings, etc.:
CEUs are calculated as 1 CEU for every hour of applicable subject matter. (no more than 8 per day and not to exceed 16 for entire course/training/conference, etc.).
Field days/trips/tours:
CEUs are calculated as 1 CEU for every 3 hours.
Additional credit may be given if these are highly concentrated; based on the amount of time spent on applicable subjects, and minimal travel is involved (i.e., tour of an experimental field station with stops close together).
PLEASE NOTE: CEUs are calculated in whole hours only; use standard rule for rounding up/down.

It is recognized that continuing education and training can take place in a number of fields closely allied to rangeland management and science. Training and education on geology or water rights would generally not be approved, nor would committee or general meeting business. Development of a scientific based extension (or other) program on rangeland topics would be approved, but the developer/presenter can only obtain credit once for any series of related presentations. Attendees will also only be awarded credit once for their participation in duplicate program/sessions.

If you have questions or need further information, please contact Vicky Trujillo at SRM Headquarters.

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