ISAT Online Learning Series

 

Bringing you the best scientists, educators and practitioners so you can keep up with the latest arboricultural research, information and technology – from wherever you are and whenever you want – all with our unique Texas trees in mind!

Upcoming Live Webinars: Stay tuned for the June webinar announcement…

About ISAT Live Webinars

Webinars are typically one-hour live events (1 ISA CEU) and the ISA CEU Course Code is provided to you during the webinar. When you register and attend a live webinar, a quiz is not required for you to get your CEU.

To attend a live webinar and to get your ISA CEU:

  1.  Register for the webinar
  2.  Attend the webinar and at the end, write down the CEU Course Code when it is announced
  3.  Download and complete the ISA CEU Attendance Form and send it to ISA for your CEU.  (Don’t forget to sign it)

A survey will be emailed to you afterward to get your feedback.  You can also download the complementary ISAT Webinar Certificate of Attendance – Just type in the fillable form fields and print it out for your records.

Stay tuned for the next ISAT webinar. You can sign up for notifications here.

Pre-recorded Webinars – Get your CEU’s on your schedule!

Couldn’t make it to the live webinar? You can still watch it later here but if you want ISA CEU’s, ISA requires you to take and pass a quiz.

Here is how to get your ISA CEU’s by watching past webinars:

  1. Click on the picture below to register for the webinar ($20 fee)
  2. Once you register, you will be sent an email link for the webinar that includes a link to your quiz
  3. Watch the webinar and take the quiz and pass with it with a grade of 80% (You can take as many times as needed)
  4. When you pass the quiz, the CEU Course Code will be provided with a link to the ISA CEU Attendance Form. Just download and fill in the Attendance Form and send it to ISA for your CEU credit. (Don’t forget to sign it!)

You can also download the complementary ISAT Webinar Certificate of Attendance – Just type in the fillable form fields and print it out for your records.

 

Watch Now: Ask the Expert Webinar with Dr. David Appel (1 ISA CEU)

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One-hour (one CEU) webinar ($20 fee)

As an arborist, one of the most common questions you are asked is: “What’s wrong with my tree?” Have you ever wished you had an expert at your elbow to help? Now you have that chance. Dr. David Appel answered diagnosis questions and talked about diagnostic procedures using real life scenarios that your peers sent in in this one-hour webinar.

Your Expert:
Dr. David N. Appel – Dr. Appel is a professor in the Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology (PLPM) at Texas A&M University. Since coming to Texas A&M in 1981, his research program has focused on the epidemiology, diagnosis, and control of forest and shade trees, with an emphasis on the devastating oak wilt epidemic in Central Texas. Dr. Appel has more recently been studying the biology and control of wine grape diseases, and is involved with statewide surveys for sudden oak death and citrus greening. He has taught several graduate and undergraduate courses during his career and served in many administrative posts. He has received various awards from his department and professional societies for his accomplishments, but is most proud of the impact his work has had with arborists and grape growers.

 

Watch Now: The History of Oak Wilt Research in Texas Webinar with Gene Gehring


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One-hour (one CEU) webinar ($20 fee)

Did you ever wonder when oak wilt was discovered in Texas? Who first described oak wilt symptoms? How we know how fast it moves and where we got our sampling, testing, trenching and injection protocols? Millions of Texas oaks have been killed in the battle with oak wilt and the history of our current understanding of this epidemic is a true scientific detective story. This webinar will show you how science has been used to reveal the secrets of oak wilt and how the work of dedicated scientists and practitioners has led to our latest understanding of oak wilt disease identification and management techniques.

Your Instructor:
Gene Gehring will present The History of Oak Wilt Research in Texas in this one-hour webinar presented by the Texas Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture. Gene is an ISA Board Certified Master Arborist who has a B.S. in Urban Forestry, a M.S. Forest Pathology from Texas A&M and over 30 years of on the job experience with oak wilt in Texas. From oak wilt graduate student to coordinator of the Texas A&M Forest Service Oak Wilt Suppression Project to private consulting arborist, he has looked at, managed, and treated oak wilt almost everywhere it has been found in Texas.