Register for the Supervisory Registration Certification-General Use Training
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Commercial Pesticide Applicators: Supervisory Certification – General Use
UNH Cooperative Extension will host a series of all-day training workshops in February 2018 for those seeking a supervisory registration certificate - general use from the state’s Division of Pesticide Control. Individuals wishing to obtain this certification need to participate in a series of training classes, pass a written and oral exam, and show proof of insurance.
Training will prepare participants for the state certification exam. Instructors will provide a review of the information found in the National Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Manual and NH Code of Administrative Rules during the core class. Trainings will be offered for the following categories: turf (G2), right-of-way (B), and forest (C1). The number of recertifcation credits/class will be announced shortly.
New Hampshire requires that anyone applying pesticides commercially must be certified as a commercial pesticide applicator. This certification is required regardless of whether the applicator gets paid for the service or the pesticide is classified as general or restricted use. This includes over-the-counter homeowner-type pesticides.
Cost: $115 per day. For those who need it, there is an additional cost for study materials, which participants are required to purchase and read prior to attending the sessions.
Registration will open in December 2018.
Courses Available & Dates
Core: February 13th 2018
Right of Way (B): February 14th 2018
Turf (G2): February 15th 2018
Forest (C1): February 21st 2018
For a description of what you can do with this license, please read this article.
For any special arrangements including physical access, please contact Rachel Maccini, Pesticide Safety Education Coordinator at 603-351-3831. Ten working days are needed to facilitate special needs requests.
The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity educator and employer. University of New Hampshire, U.S. Department of Agriculture and N.H. counties cooperating.