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Re: MG classes

>  You must volunteer at
> least 12 hrs each year and get 6 hrs of education each year to remain
> certified.

Here, we have to volunteer 50 hours to get certified, then 25 hours/year to
keep certification. There's a page for listing Education hours in our
logbooks, but no strict requirement on number of hours. We have  2 state
conferences per year and most counties also have speaker programs every
month, so education hours aren't a problem for most folks.

We also have an Advanced Training program for certified MGs. That's day-long
intensives in a variety of subjects, with 5 certificates needed to obtain a
Silver Star.


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