Tennessee Department of Agriculture initial training of Registered Pest Control Technicians

CTN Educational Services' online training classes are designed to provide your employees with up to 20 hours of training. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Pesticide Program, has established the following guidelines in Tennessee.

POINTS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN CERTIFICATION

Points may not be accrued prior to obtaining certification.

All certifications will expire on October 21, 2011 if the required number of points are not accrued. All points cannot be accrued in one certification year (each Oct. 22 to Oct. 21).

Categories Certified prior to Oct. 21, 2008 & before Oct. 21, 2009 Certified on or after Oct. 21, 2009 & before Oct. 21, 2010 Certified on or after Oct. 21, 2010 & before April 21, 2011 Certified on or after Apr. 21, 2011
C1 18 pts 12 pts 6 pts 0
C2 12 pts 8 pts 4 pts 0
C3 18 pts 12 pts 6 pts 0
C4 12 pts 8 pts 4 pts 0
C5 12 pts 8 pts 4 pts 0
C6 18 pts 12 pts 6 pts 0
C7 30 pts 20 pts 10 pts 0
C8 18 pts 12 pts 6 pts 0
C10 18 pts 12 pts 6 pts 0
C11 9 pts 6 pts 3 pts 0
C12 18 pts 12 pts 6 pts 0
C13 9 pts 6 pts 3 pts 0
C14 9 pts 6 pts 3 pts 0
C16 9 pts 6 pts 3 pts 0

Example: If you were certified on October 31, 2008 in category 7 and category 8, you will need 30 points in cat.7 and 18 points in cat. 8 by October 21, 2011. All points cannot be accrued in only one certification year unless you became certified within the 3rd year.

Examples: If you become certified on October 31, 2009 in category 6 you will need 12 points by October 21, 2011. If you become certified on January 14, 2010 in category 3 you will need 12 points by October 21, 2011.

Examples: If you become certified on April 18, 2011 in category 7 you will need 10 points by October 21, 2011. If you become certified on April 25, 2011 you are certified through October 21, 2014 and would begin accruing points on October 22, 2011.

NOTE:
Individuals who obtain certification on or after October 21, 2010 and prior to April 21, 2011 must accrue all points required as indicated above by October 21, 2011.

Individuals certified on or after April 21, 2011 will be certified through October 21, 2014 and will begin accruing points on October 22, 2011.

You cannot earn more than 75% of your total point requirement at any one school. No more than 50% of the total required number of points can be ?In-House? points.

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Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Please be advised that an applicator cannot do the same course in the same five year cycle.

CTN Educational Services' online classes can be a useful tool in obtaining your necessary CEUs for licensed applicators in the state of Oklahoma.

  • Recertification will be required every five (5) years


  • Successful completion of recertification shall consist of either passing a written exam or earning a specified number of board approved continuing education units (CEUs). Credit units must be obtained in at least three (3) of the five (5) years, shop in any combination, physician so that the total number obtained equals or exceeds the five (5) year requirement. The CEU requirements for each category are as follows:
  1. 1a - Agriculture Plant: total CEUs in five years is 20 with maximum in any year being 10
  2. 1b - Agriculture Animal: total CEUs in five years is 5 with maximum in any year being 2
  3. 2 - Forest: total CEUs in five years is 10 with maximum in any year being 5
  4. 3a - Ornamental and Turf Outdoor: total CEUs in five years is 20 with maximum in any year being 10
  5. 3b - Interiorscape: total CEUs in five years is 10 with maximum in any year being 5
  6. 3c - Nursery/Greenhouse: total CEUs in five years is 15 with maximum in any year being 7
  7. 4 - Seed Treatment: total CEUs in five years is 5 with maximum in any year being 2
  8. 5 - Aquatic: total CEUs in five years is 5 with maximum in any year being 2
  9. 6 - Right of Way: total CEUs in five years is 15 with maximum in any year being 7
  10. 7a - General Pest: total CEUs in five years is 20 with maximum in any year being 10
  11. 7b - Structural Pest: total CEUs in five years is 20 with maximum in any year being 10
  12. 7c - Fumigation: total CEUs in five years is 10 with maximum in any year being 5
  13. 7d - Food Processing: total CEUs in five years is 15 with maximum in any year being 7
  14. 8 - Public Health: total CEUs in five years is 15 with maximum in any year being 7
  15. 9 - Regulatory: total CEUs in five years is 10 with maximum in any year being 5
  16. 10 - Demonstration and Research in app. Category: total CEUs in five years is 20 with maximum in any year being 10
  17. 11 - Bird and Predatory: total CEUs in five years is 5 with maximum in any year being 2
  18. 12 - Timber Treating (all subcategories) Aerial: total CEUs in five years is 5 with maximum in any year being 2
  19. 13 - Specialty Category: total CEUs in five years is 5 with maximum in any year being 2

Should you need additional information regarding your online CEU eligibility, click here to download a PDF that provides more details. Please note that Adobe Reader is required to view this data.

Additional information can be obtained via the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture website.

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Kansas Department of Agriculture initial training of Registered Pest Control Technicians

CTN Educational Services' online training classes are designed to provide your employees with up to 20 hours of training. The Kansas Department of Agriculture, Pesticide Program, has established the following guidelines in Kansas.

Uncertified applicators may train to become registered technicians in:
  • Category 3 Subcategories 3A - Ornamental and 3B - Turf
  • Category 7 Subcategories 7A - Wood Destroying and 7E - Structural

All applicants must complete a minimum of 10 hours of classroom training and 30 hours of supervised application of pesticides per category. An applicant who intends to train in both category 3 and category 7 must complete 20 hours of classroom training and 60 hours of supervised on-the-job training. However, a particular video may count for training in both category 3 and 7. For example, the Pesticide Safety video would count for two hours of classroom training for category 3 and at the same time count for two hours of classroom training for category 7.

For more information please call the Kansas Department of Agriculture at 785-296-5210 or access the Kansas Department of Agriculture website.

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Nevada Department of Agriculture Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

CTN Educational Services' online classes are designed to provide CEUs for licensed applicators. The Nevada Department of Agriculture requires the following for licensees of the state.

  • A person who is licensed to engage in the business of pest control may not renew his license unless he certifies that he has, sovaldi within the immediately preceding 12 months, completed at least 6 units of continuing education in courses accredited by the Director.
  • Of these 6 units the breakdown is as follows:
    • Principals or Primary Principals:
      • At least one (1) CEU must be in Laws and Regulations governing the use of pesticides - "Laws"; and
      • Five (5) additional CEUs must be obtained in the field of pest control (Laws or general).
    • Operators:
      • Six (6) CEUs must be obtained in the field of pest control (Laws or general).
    • Agents:
      • No CEU requirement.
  • Each unit of continuing education must be completed in a course that relates to pest control.

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Idaho State Department of Agriculture Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

CTN Educational Services' online classes can help to ensure that you maintain competence and keep current with changes in technology, while providing necessary CEUs for licensed applicators through the State of Idaho Department of Agriculture.

Recertification is a program for all individuals who are certified as Private Applicators and Professional Applicators to ensure they maintain competence and keep current with changing technology. The recertification period is simultaneous with the licensing period.

Private Applicators are required to obtain stickers totaling 6 credit hours during their licensing period.

Professional Applicators are required to obtain stickers totaling 15 credit hours during the licensing period.

First time licensees whose license is valid for less than 13 months, cialis will NOT be required to obtain recertification credits until after the first renewal period when they may have a full two-year license period available. All licenses have adequate space for recertification stickers and a signature line on the reverse side. All licensees are encouraged to maintain a list of the dates and locations of the recertification seminars they attended or the specific recertification seminar number. A licensee may obtain all of the required recertification credits in the same year, instead of distributing the seminar credits over the two-year licensing period. Extra recertification credits cannot be carried over into the next licensing period.

Additional information can be obtain via the Idaho Department of Agriculture website or by contacting Sherm Takatori at 208-332-8609

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