Agricultural Communications certifies that individuals have a knowledge and skill set applicable to the communications sector of the agricultural industry including instruction in developing and editing materials for printed media and media broadcast, utilizing photography and graphics, the importance of the internet in communications, writing technical papers and media scripts, ethical and professional issues in the industry, and advertising and marketing.
The certification standards for the Agricultural Communications exam include the standards and benchmarks identified by relative industry partners. Each standard is weighted based on industry needs and feedback and are noted below. The number of questions per standard is determined by the industry weight.
A study guide for the exam has been created to help you understand what types of questions will be asked. Additionally, references and chapters that were used for each standard are identified on the references chart.