I am currently try to find any and all certificates that students can earn while in high school that are agriculturally based. If you know of any please let me know. Thank you for your time in this matter.
Here is a list of certifications that are approved as state-recognized in Pennsylvania. Hopefully you have some of these available to you...
Beef Quality Assurance (we work with the PA Beef Council to administer this training)
Pork Quality Assurance (you can become a "Lead Instructor" as a teacher, then provide training to your students)
National Safe Tractor and Machinery Operation (NSTMOP) (you can become a "certified community instructor" then provide training and testing to your students)
Pesticide Applicator's License (we work with our Department of Agriculture & Pesticide Education unit to prepare and administer this test)
Dairy Herd Management (this certification is available through the Dairy Leaders of Tomorrow curriculum...visit www.dairyleadersoftomorrow.org for more info and to sign up for free)
Dairy Business Management (see above info for Dairy Leaders of Tomorrow)
Pet Saver and Pet Tech Instructor Training (work through your local PetSmart store)
Small Animal Laboratory Safety Certification (through the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science)
ServSafe Certification (work with food inspection services to coordinate)
Briggs & Stratton Technician certifications (create an instructor account with Briggs & Stratton at www.thepowerportal.com)
CareerSafe OSHA 10-Hour Training (visit www.careersafeonline.org to sign up...this costs $25 per student)
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