Advanced Training

The Texas Master Naturalistâ„¢ program is temporarily allowing chapter-approved webinars and chapter-approved online training to satisfy the required eight hours of advanced training.

Continuing education provides real-world experience, new knowledge, and skills that matter.

Along with forty hours of volunteer service Texas Master Naturalists must complete eight hours of advanced training (AT) annually to recertify.

More than 200 chapter-approved learning opportunities are available each year.

Submit AT for Review Report AT Hours AT Requirements

AT Questions

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AT opportunities come from our service area and beyond. Approved events are assigned a specialized AT code. Members must report attendance on VMS using the AT code for advanced training credit to be received.

Approved AT  has been reviewed and approved by the Director of Advanced Training. Approved AT meets chapter requirements and the mission and standards established by the Texas Master Naturalist state program.

We always seek good Advanced Training opportunities. If you think an event meets our mission submit the event for review.

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