South Carolina Private Applicator – 2019 Renewal

How do I renew my South Carolina private pesticide applicator certification?

  1. Complete 5 CEUs of approved continuing education
  2. Visit the CU Marketplace to pay the $10 fee and renew your license.

How long is my South Carolina private pesticide applicator certification valid?

All certifications are valid for 5 years. Private applicators must renew by December 31st, 2019.

What are the continuing education requirements for South Carolina private pesticide applicators?

Private applicators must complete 5 CEUs.

Where can I find South Carolina-approved private pesticide applicator continuing education courses?

Certified Training Institute provides online continuing education approved by the Clemson Regulatory Services.

Who submits my South Carolina private pesticide applicator continuing education?

Upon completion of your course(s), Certified Training Institute will submit your completed credits to the state for you.

Is there a grace period for renewing my South Carolina pesticide applicator certification?

No.

 


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New Mexico Pesticide Applicator Renewal FAQ

How do I renew my New Mexico pesticide applicator certification?

  1. Turn in a Signed Renewal Form
  2. Complete the required continuing education
    • Commercial Applicators – Need 4 CEU
    • Commercial Applicators with the 7D need 4 CEU and 4 termite CEU
    • Public Applicators need 4 CEU
    • Non-Commercial Applicators need 4 CEU
    • Private Applicators need 5 CEU
  3. Provide the appropriate renewal fees
    • Commercial Applicators – $75.00 per applicator
    • Operator Technicians – $50.00 per applicator
    • Termite Technicians  – $50.00 per applicator
    • Public Applicators – $0.00 per applicator
    • Non-Commercial Applicators – $75.00 per applicator
    • Pest Management Consultants – $75.00 per applicator
    • Private Applicators – $15.00 per applicator
  4. Provide a current Certificate of Liability Insurance (Commercial Applicators Only)
  5. Turn in all of the above by December 31st.

How long is my New Mexico pesticide applicator certification valid?

  • Commercial Applicators: 1 year
  • Commercial Operator/Technician: 1 year
  • Private Applicators: 5 years
  • Public Applicators: 1 year

What are the continuing education requirements for New Mexico pesticide applicators?

  • Commercial Applicators – Need 4 CEU
  • Commercial Applicators with the 7D need 4 CEU and 4 termite CEU
  • Public Applicators need 4 CEU
  • Non-Commercial Applicators need 4 CEU
  • Private Applicators need 5 CEU

Where can I find New Mexico-approved pesticide applicator continuing education courses?

Certified Training Institute provides online continuing education approved by the New Mexico Department of Agriculture

Who submits my New Mexico pesticide applicator continuing education?

Upon completion of your course(s), Certified Training Institute will submit your completed credits to the state for you.

My New Mexico pesticide applicator certification expired, how do I get it reinstated?

Retake the core and relevant category examinations

Is there a grace period for renewing my New Mexico pesticide applicator certification?

Yes, you can renew for an additional month - Until January 31st.

 


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Montana Applicators, Does Your Certification Expire in 2019?

Which Montana pesticide applicator certifications expire in 2019?

Commercial
Demonstration & Research
Industrial, Structural, & Institutional
School IPM
Seed Treatment

Private
Region 2

How do I renew my Montana pesticide applicator certification?

  1. Complete the required continuing education
  2. Renewal forms are issued November 1st to applicators that have an expiration date in 2019. You can renew your license online or through the mail.

What are the continuing education requirements for Montana pesticide applicators?

  • Certified applicators must complete 12-hours for each category they are licensed in. Classes approved for more than one category will be applied to each.
  • Private applicators must complete 6 credit hours.

Where can I find Montana-approved pesticide applicator continuing education courses?

Certified Training Institute provides online continuing education approved by the Montana Department of Agriculture

Who submits my Montana pesticide applicator continuing education?

Upon completion of your course(s), Certified Training Institute will submit your completed credits to the state for you.

 


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Maryland Private Applicator Renewal FAQ

How do I renew my Maryland private pesticide applicator certification?

  1. Check your certification expiration. You must complete continuing education in the last year of your renewal cycle.
  2. Complete 4 credits (8 hours) of continuing education in the last year of their renewal cycle.
  3. As your course completions are submitted to the state by Certified Training Institute, the MDA will update each applicators training records.
  4. Renewal forms are issued in late November to applicators that have satisfied the training requirements and whose private applicator certificates are about to expire. Your renewal form will include detailed instructions and required codes for renewing your certification online.

What are the continuing education requirements for Maryland private pesticide applicators?

Private applicators in Maryland must complete 4 credits (8 hours) of continuing education in the last year of their renewal cycle. Courses must provide information on pest control, health and environmental safety, pest management technology, and changes in pesticide laws and regulations.

Where can I find Maryland-approved private pesticide applicator continuing education courses?

Certified Training Institute provides online continuing education approved by the Maryland Department of Agriculture

Who submits my Maryland private pesticide applicator continuing education?

Upon completion of your course(s), Certified Training Institute will submit your completed credits to the state for you.

 


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Delaware Pesticide FAQ

What are the continuing education requirements for Delaware pesticide applicators?

Commercial Applicators
1A Agricultural – 8 Hours
1B Agricultural Animal – 4 Hours
1C Fumigation of Soils/Ag Commodities – 4 Hours
02 Forest – 4 Hours
03 Ornamental & Turf – 8 Hours
04 Seed Treatment – 2 Hours
5A Aquatic – 4 Hours
5B Antifouling Paint – 0 Hours
06 Right-of-Way – 4 Hours

Industrial, Institutional, Structural & Health Related
7A General Pest Control – 18 Hours
7B Wood Destroying Pest Control – 18 Hours
7C Fumigation (Non-Agricultural) – 4 Hours
7D Wood Preservatives – 4 Hours
7E Institutional Maintenance – 18 Hours
7F Cooling Towers – 4 Hours
7G Miscellaneous – 4 Hours
08 Public Health – 4 Hours
09 Regulatory – 4 Hours
10 Demonstration and Research – 8 Hours

Are your Delaware pesticide applicator continuing education courses state-approved?

Yes! All of our courses are approved by the Delaware Department of Agriculture.

Who submits my Delaware pesticide applicator continuing education to Delaware?

Upon completion of your course(s), Certified Training Institute will submit your completed credits to the state for you.

How do I renew my Delaware pesticide applicator certification?

Notices for renewal are e-mailed and/or mailed out by no later than October 1 of each year. License renewals received after January 1 incur a late penalty fee of 20%.

My Delaware pesticide applicator certification expired, how do I get it reinstated?

You must have enough CE to renew or you will have to retake your examinations.

Is there a grace period for renewing a Delaware pesticide applicator certification?

License renewals received after January 1st incur a late penalty fee of 20%.

 


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West Virginia Pesticide Applicator Renewal

Do I need to complete continuing education credits to maintain my West Virginia pesticide applicator license?

Yes:

NOTE: If you think you may have accumulated some continuing education you can check by logging in here and clicking 'EXAMS'.

Are your West Virginia pesticide applicator courses state approved?

Yes! All of our courses are state approved. Approval numbers are listed after the course title.

How do I renew my West Virginia pesticide applicator license?

Licenses can be renewed through West Virginia Department of Agriculture website. Be prepared to pay the appropriate fees at the time of renewal.

Who submits my continuing education hours to the state?

Upon completion of your course(s), Certified Training Institute will submit your continuing education courses to the state for you at the end of each month.

 


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Nevada Applicator December 31st Renewal Deadline

What continuing education is required to renew a Nevada Pesticide Applicator’s Certification?

Principal Applicators (including Location or Primary Principals) - 6 CEUs of pest control including 1 CEU of laws & regulations
Operators, Consultants, and Demonstration and Research Specialists - 6 CEUs of pest control (laws or general)
Certified Pesticide Applicators - 12 CEUs of pest control including 2 CEUs in laws & regulations

Are your Pesticide Applicator continuing education courses Nevada state-approved?

Yes

How long is my Nevada Pesticide Applicator’s Certification valid?

1 year

My Nevada Pesticide Applicator Certification expired, how do I get it reinstated?

You must retest and complete a new application.

When does my Nevada pesticide applicator license expire?

Principal Applicators (including Location or Primary Principals), Operators, Consultants, and Demonstration and Research Specialists must recertify by December 31st annually.
Certified Pesticide Applicators will need to recertify every four years from date of initial certification. There is no grace period for renewing your certification.

 


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Michigan Pesticide Application Renewal FAQ

Are all of your Michigan pesticide applicator's continuing education courses state approved?

Yes, all of our Michigan pesticide applicator continuing education courses are approved by the state of Michigan.

Who submits my continuing education to the state?

Our in house submission specialist will submit your completed CE credits to the state for you.

How do I renew my Michigan pesticide applicator's certification?

Renewal by seminar credits:

During the 3-year certification/registration period, pesticide applicators may obtain credits towards their renewal certification by attending eligible pre-approved seminars. Our website has a list of seminars approved for recertification credits that is arranged by month.

Seminar credits must be category-specific. At the end of the 3-year certification/registration period, if the applicator has earned the proper number of credits, he or she can renew his or her credentials without taking an exam(s).  It is the pesticide applicator's responsibility to keep track of the number of credits earned during the 3-year certification/registration period. The applicator may choose to keep track of the number of credits earned by utilizing the Seminar Attendance Record (also lists credit requirements).

Renewal by examination:

Once the renewal application is received, the applicator may take it and the appropriate fee with him or her to a paper-based exam site and take the tests that he or she needs. If the applicator chooses to attend a computer-based exam session, the applicator will need to mail the application with the appropriate fee (made payable to the “State of Michigan”) to: The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, P.O. Box 30776, Lansing, Michigan  48909.

Exams are given by appointment only.  Schedule online at www.Michigan.gov/pestexam for paper-based exams or call 1-800-292-3939. Schedule online at www.Metrosignup.com for computer-based exams. (Note, computer-based exams have an additional $55 fee per test). For more detailed information about our exam options, check out the Examination Process.

For further details, visit these pages:

Commercial Applicators

Private Applicators

Registered Applicators

How long is my Michigan pesticide applicator's certification valid?

Certifications expire on December 31st every third year.

My Pesticide Applicator Certification expired, how do I get it reinstated?

Is there a grace period for renewing my Michigan pesticide applicator's certification?

There is no grace period for purchasing restricted use pesticides or applying pesticides as part of your work duties after a credential expires.

 


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New Jersey Pesticide Applicator FAQ

How do I renew my New Jersey commercial applicator license?

  1. Complete the required continuing education (see details below) or retake the state exams
  2. Complete the renewal form sent to you by the state
  3. Mail the renewal form and a check for $80 to the New Jersey state department

What continuing education is required to renew my New Jersey commercial applicator license?

Applicators must complete 8 units (4 hours) of core classes and 16 units (8 hours) per category.

Where do I find online classes to renew my New Jersey commercial applicator license?

Certified Training Institute offers online, New Jersey-Approved core continuing education classes. All classes are available 24/7 on any internet capable device. After completing each course you will have access to a printable certificate which must be mailed the state upon renewal.

Are your New Jersey pesticide continuing education courses state-approved?

Yes, New Jersey approval numbers can be found in the course titles.

When does my New Jersey commercial applicator license expire?

Your license will expire 5 years after the date of issuance on October 31st.

 


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Pennsylvania Applicator CE Course Options & FAQs

Commercial Applicators and Public Certified Applicators: you must complete your approved continuing education by September 30th! If you have any questions about the renewal process, check out our FAQ page here.

Certified Training Institute offers online video courses that are approved by the state and available 24/7 from any internet capable device. Once you complete your courses we will submit them to the state and provide you with a printable copy of your certificate of completion for your own records. Can't print it? We will store your course completion records at no extra cost!

Follow the links below for a complete continuing education package and individual courses!

16 Credit Bundles
for Categories 01, 06, 07, 23

14 Credit Bundles
for Categories 10, 15, 16

Individual Courses
Category Specific

 


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