UNH Cooperative Extension will host a series of training workshops for those seeking a Supervisory Registration Certificate - General Use from the State’s Division of Pesticide Control. Training will prepare participants for the State of NH certification exam.
Workshops include a chance to take the Core training, which reviews the National Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Manual & NH Code of Administrative Rules, and each of the following categories: Turf (G2), Shade & Ornamental (G1), Right-Of-Way (B), Forestry (C1) and Mosquito & Black Fly (F2).
To be eligible to apply for a Supervisory Registration Certificate - General Use, a person shall:
• Complete 8 hours of category specific training if they seek a certificate in any of the following categories: G1, G2, B, F2, F8, or C1,
• Complete 8 hours of general instruction (Core Training),
• Submit a resume form to the Division of Pesticide Control including with it the certificates of attendance to the above aforementioned training sessions as verification of completion,
• Take a written exam, AND
• If the exam is passed, the applicant will take part in a scheduled oral examination given by a panel from the Division of Pesticide Control.
Because of the present COVID-19 pandemic and the protocols put into effect by the University of New Hampshire we will be changing how the trainings will be conducted. We have evaluated each class and will be implementing some changes. Each class will now feature one session of ONLINE instruction and one session of IN-PERSON* instruction. A few of the classes will also require an independent, online calculations session. Participants must commit to attending both the ONLINE and IN-PERSON sessions in order to receive the Certificate of Attendance.
- October 30, 2023
- November 3, 2023
- October 31, 2023
- October 6, 2023
- October 6, 2023
- November 1, 2023
- November 7, 2023
- November 2, 2023
- November 8, 2023
- $80 per training
*IN-PERSON SESSION INFORMATION
Adult participants are not required to wear masks during outdoor programming, however, we recommend that mask use be considered for individuals at higher risk and/or that are not vaccinated. Physical distancing efforts will be in use as much as possible. If participants need to use the indoor facilities, masks should be worn, regardless of vaccination status, in common areas, classrooms and labs.
All participants must complete the health screening 90 minutes prior to the event or when arriving.
The most up to date requirements will be included in registration email communication with participants in the week prior to the IN-PERSON session.
Study Materials are required if you are planning on testing after the completion of the training. Also if you do not have the most current NH Core of Administrative Rules & Regulations Manual (2022) it is highly recommended you order one.If you do not presently have them, please order online at least 10 days before your class.
Order online: STUDY MATERIALS