Who has or has opinions on the ASA Weather
course? Is there any actual utility to having this "certification" as opposed to just learning
on your own?
There's a course open in my area next weekend. Seems quite expensive and it's only twelve hours in the classroom. Which seems quite short for the scope
of material listed in the syllabus. Though it might be fun.
I've already purchased the books
from the Starpath course. Their on-line course fee is less than half the ASA
Just reading the books
is less than half of that. But you don't get any "certification"