Learn to Effectively and Safely Utilize Pesticides

Designed For
Professionals working in pesticide application seeking recertification for their current position. Professionals interested in learning about effective and safe utilization of pesticides in a professional environment.
Delivery
On-site | Various Oregon locations

Continued use of pesticides requires annual recertification and training on how to use pesticides safely. Our expert led, in-person Licensed Pesticide Applicator Recertification Courses are a great way to gain essential training and complete your recertification.

Upcoming Pesticide Recertification Courses Include

  • WPW Basics for Ag Employers
    Eugene, Oregon
    May 18, 2018, 9 - 11 a.m.
    Oregon State's Kaci Buhl will provide an overview of the newly revised Worker Protection Standard (WPS), including handouts and other tools. Heavy on questions and answers, this session will help you, as an employer, determine the most efficient ways to comply with the rules and protect your workforce. (2 credit hours anticipated for OR)

  • WPS Handler Training in English
    Eugene, Oregon
    May 18, 2018, 12 - 1:30 p.m.
    Oregon State's Kaci Buhl will deliver EPA-approved WPS Handler training in English. Upon completion, participants will receive official records of completing the annual training requirement under the newly revised WPS. Licensed pesticide applicators are exempt from this training requirement.

  • WPS Handler Training in Spanish
    Eugene, Oregon
    May 18, 2018, 2 - 3:30 p.m.
  • OSU & ODA representatives will deliver EPA-approved WPS Handler training in Spanish. Upon completion, participants will receive official records of completing the annual training requirement under the newly revised WPS. Licensed pesticide applicators are exempt from this training requirement.

    All sessions are free.

Take the courses that interest you and apply to your career and gain essential knowledge about effective use of pesticides.

Interested in online pesticide recertification courses? Click here for details.