Georgia BQA Resources
For more information about the BQA curriculum specific to Georgia, please visit the Georgia BQA website or contact the State Coordinators.
Dr. Lee Jones
University of Georgia
Veterinary Field Investigator
Georgia Cattlemen's Association
Executive Vice President
Frequently Asked Questions
There are two ways to get Beef Quality Assurance Certified in Georgia. The first is to attend a live-training provided by a BQA Trainer. These sessions last approximately 2.5 hours. Following the educational training you must pass a written exam. Participants receive a BQA Manual. Upon completion of the course, participants are issued a certificate and BQA Certification Number. The second way to get BQA Certified is to do so online through the NCBA Beef Learning Center at https://bqa.beeflearningcenter.org. After registering, participants will be taken through an interactive training module that can be completed online, anytime. Participants can start and stop training at their convenience without losing their progress.
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