Join more than 14,000 Certified Crop Advisers (CCAs) and bring added value to your grower customers by taking the International Certified Crop Adviser (ICCA) exam. The next exam will be administered on Feb. 7, 2020.
The Certified Crop Adviser Program was established in 1991 and has become the standard by which crop advisers are measured. In addition to providing professionals with a code of ethics to follow, the continuing education requirement of certification ensures advisers keep up with constantly evolving production practices.
To become a Certified Crop Adviser, you must pass two comprehensive exams that may both be written on the same day at the same location. The International exam is written by all CCAs in North America. Please visit the links below for more information about regional exams from your provincial/regional CCA board.
The registration period for the February 7 CCA exam closes on December 13, 2019. Click here to learn more and to register: CCA Exam Registration
Those who are already CCAs can register for specialty exams in the areas of 4R NMS and Resistance Management (Ontario only).
Specialty exams are administered via a remote proctor – take the exam in the comfort of your home or office when it best fits your schedule. Exams may be taken between Feb. 7- 14, 2020.
Please visit the Specialty Exams page for further information and requirements: Specialty Exams
Earn CEUs With the CCA Examiner Online
CCAs – it's easy to earn up to four Continuing Education Units (CEUs) with CAAR's CCA Examiner program. Simply download and read any of the current CCA Examiners, complete the self study exam and send in for credit! Or, if you prefer, you can read and complete the Examiners online. CAAR's online training library offers access to the 12 most current CCA Examiner Issues.
Click here to access current Examiner issues and to start earning CEUs: CCA Examiner
Please note: CCAs employed by CAAR member companies can purchase course at the Member price.
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