Getting something for free is always a nice surprise. Keeping up on ag health and safety and CEUs is once again accessible and free this year. The Central States Center for Agricultural Safety and Health is part of a team offering free education and CEU’s for essential medical and safety professionals. If you work in health care, public health, education, or other safety occupations, this course can boost your knowledge on the specific issues facing rural and agricultural workers.
To learn more and to register – keep reading below and pass along to others who may benefit.
Agricultural Health and Safety Course for Medical and Safety Professionals
The Central States Center for Agricultural Safety and Health and the UNMC College of Public Health are excited to offer the Agricultural Health and Safety Course free of charge as a continued THANK YOU to our Essential Workers.
About the Course:
The Agricultural Health and Safety Course for Medical and Safety Professionals is designed to examine key health and safety issues specific to rural and agricultural workers. Experts will present course material relevant to those working in health care, public health, education, and safety professions.
- Session A Livestream: Agricultural Health — July 13-14, 2021 (16.0 CEU)
- Session B Livestream: Agricultural Safety and Prevention — July 15-16, 2021 (16.0 CEU)
- Session C Online: Special Topics — Online modules available starting July 13, 2021 (4.75 CEU)
Earn up to 36.75 Continuing Education Credits by completing all 3 sessions.
How to Participate in the Course:
- This course is offered free of charge however registration is required.
- Sessions A and B will be delivered live via Zoom Video Conferencing software. Session C consists of online modules that you may complete at your own pace.
- To receive continuing education credits, you must complete all session/course requirements by August 13, 2021.
*If you are taking this course as part of a requirement or certificate program with the UNMC College of Public Health, please note that you must register with the College and pay tuition to receive your course credit.