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We provide a range of online classes for the general public, many of them free of
We are adding new classes regularly. Below is a list of our current class offerings:
Introduction to Backyard Poultry introduces various poultry breeds and their uses, provides participants with the basics
of poultry husbandry and care, including housing and nutritional requirements. Learners
will develop an understanding of diseases and biosecurity principles. The course
will provide participants with information regarding poultry reproduction and the
basics of egg incubation, hatching eggs, and care of baby chicks, and provided with
resources regarding home processing of poultry for consumption, and safe practices
for handling eggs.
Best Care Connected is an online professional development course that provides 5 hours of training verified
through Traveling Arkansas' Professional Pathways (TAPP). The course is offered free
of charge by the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service in partnership
with the Arkansas Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education.
Best Care Out of School Time (BCOOST) is an online professional development course that provides 5 hours of training.
The course is offered free of charge by the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension
Service in partnership with the Arkansas Division of Child Care and Early Childhood
Guiding Children Successfullyonline training course for child care providers, parents, and all other individuals
working with or caring for children.
Master Gardener online courses offer training for new Master Gardeners and continuing education for
existing Master Gardener Volunteers.
The Nutrient Management Planner Training online course is an educational project created by the University of Arkansas System
Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service (UAEX) and funded by the Arkansas
Natural Resources Commission (ANRC).
Soybean Science Challenge online course is a self paced class with 6 modules. The Soybean Science Challenge
is an educational project funded by the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board to support
secondary student scholarship and research to ensure the sustainability of soybean
production in Arkansas.
The Private Pesticide Applicator Online Recertification training is only for re-certification. That means you have had a private applicator
license in the last five years. If you have never had a private applicator license
or it has been over 5 years since you had one, you must contact a County Extension
Office. They can provide the initial certification training required for first-timers
or those that have let their license lapse more than 5 years. The $20 you pay for this online training applies only to your re-certification training.
The online training gives you the full 5-year re-certification that you would receive
if you attended a face-to-face meeting.
The Biotechnology Course Series online course is a self-paced class that presents an overview of the history of biotechnology,
the science of biotechnology, and the benefits and risks of biotechnology.
In order to qualify for the free soil samples provided by the Arkansas Soybean Promotion
Board, you must successfully complete the Nematology and Sampling course.
The Community Food Development Tool online course will help you grow your local food system.
Create your own account in the Login box. Be sure you type in a valid email address.
The first and last names you enter will be how they appear on your course certificates.
In about 5 minutes, you should receive an email confirmation with instructions. If
the email does not arrive, check your junk email folder.
To reset your password, select Lost Password? in the Login box. Submit your username
or your email address. If we can find you in the database, an email will be sent to
your email address, with instructions how to get access again.
Select the course you are interested in or are already enrolled in. The instructor
contact information is listed under contact(s).
Email the site administrator at email@example.com or call (501) 671-2130, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday.