Study on the Go with the Arborists’ Certification Study Guide Audiobook
Feb 2, 2023
Categories: Industry News, ISA News
ISA offers a variety of educational materials and products to help arborists expand their professional knowledge and experience. Every month we will feature a product or group of products. In February, ISA is featuring the audiobook version of the Arborists’ Certification Study Guide, Fourth Edition, by Sharon J. Lilly, Corinne G. Bassett, James Komen, and Lindsey Purcell.
The greatly expanded fourth edition of the Arborists’ Certification Study Guide provides a strong foundation and reference for all tree care professionals. Published in print in 2022, the fourth edition was updated for consistency with current Best Management Practices, including significant enhancements to the pruning, risk assessment, climbing, and urban forestry chapters. The other 12 chapters have also been revised and updated, and each chapter contains further reading recommendations to help arborists prepare for the exam.
Now, this must-have guide is available as an audiobook. Audiobooks are excellent educational and instructional tools. Engaging with information using audio helps build listening skills while allowing users to practice their comprehension and critical-thinking skills. Purchase the audio book today!
The audiobook version features a complete reading of the Study Guide in MP3 format. All sixteen fully narrated chapters are available for users to listen to at their own pace at home or on the go. Included with the audiobook is a supplementary PDF that includes key terms, images, workbook questions, and additional recommended resources found in the paperback version. This PDF is an essential resource to reference while listening along to the audiobook.
Can’t decide between the audiobook and the print version? Get both! Enjoy the flexibility of studying this essential guide in both formats and take advantage of a total savings of 25% off of the full price when you buy them together and use the discount code COMBO25.
Any educational or preparatory material, whether published by ISA or not, should NOT be considered the sole source of information for an ISA certification examination. This publication and the ISA certification program exams are developed through separate processes and entities.