YQCA Face-to-Face Training - March 19, 2020 in Newark
This new annual certification is required for 4-H youth exhibiting livestock. Online registration required; walk-ins will not be accepted.
What: YQCA Training in Kendall County
Who: 4-H Members that are enrolled in beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, swine, and goats.
When: March 19 at 6:30-8 pm
Where: Newark High School (hosted by Joe Steffen)
Cost: $3 per 4-H member for training (paid online at registration) AND $2 per youth collected at the door (for face-to-face training materials; exact change please)
Deadline to Register: March 12
- Click the register link above and sign-in with 4HOnline, Select Illinois 4-H, then select your name, pick your course under your age, then instructor-led training. Once you add your state, you can select a training.
4-H members exhibiting animals entering the food production system (swine, sheep, goats, beef cattle and dairy cattle) will be required to complete the Youth for the Quality Care of Animal certification (YQCA). It will replace former trainings: PQA and QAEC. This program is the industry-standard certification. The training must be completed each year through either an online test or face-to-face training session. Note: 4-H members showing poultry, rabbits, horses, dogs, cats, guinea pigs and small pets are not required to take this training, but will still be required to take the Quality Assurance and Ethics (QAEC) training. QAEC training is only required once in the member’s career.If further questions, please contact Kim Eisnaugle 4-H Program Coordinator, at (630) 553-5823 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need reasonable accommodation to participate in this program, please notify contact the Extension Office at (630) 553-5823. Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time for meeting your access needs.