2014 Pesticide Certification Review and Exam

Spring really is coming -be ready when it finally gets here! All fruit growers, whether retail, wholesale, organic, or IPM, should hold a current Vermont Pesticide Applicator’s License to purchase and safely use pest management materials on your farms. This meeting provides initial training and an opportunity to take the initial certification exam all in one step.

For currently licensed applicators, this is a great refresher course, and offers six recertification credits.

Announcing:

2014 Initial Certification Meeting, a review of the Core Pesticide Manual followed by the Pesticide Applicators exam

Vermont Technical College, Randolph Center, VT
April 8 ; 9am-4pm
Pre-register by March 28; $20 registration fee

For more information, please visit: http://pss.uvm.edu/pesp/cert.html or contact Sarah Kingsley-Richards, sarah.kingsley@uvm.edu, (802)656-0475.


This program will provide training and review of Vermont Pesticide regulations and the information covered in the Pesticide Applicator Training Manual that is necessary to understand and to pass the VT pesticide certification license exam.

The Core exam will be given after this training in the afternoon from 2-4pm. (No category exams will be given but can be scheduled with VAA for a later date.)


Audience: Nursery employees, landscapers, school custodial staff, farmers, garden center employees, pest control operators, government or municipal employees, university employees, or anyone wishing a Vermont Pesticide Applicator license.


Sponsored by Vermont Agency of Agriculture and UVM Extension with financial support from USDA Risk Management Agency

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