What do I need to renew my Georgia pesticide applicator license?
Georgia applicators need to renew their license 5 years after the date of issuance. Applicators can retake their applicator exam or accumulate recertification credit hours. Private applicators need 3-credit hours and commercial applicators need 6 or 10 credit hours depending on their category.
How do I renew my Georgia pesticide applicator license with continuing education?
Applicators must submit their continuing education to the state of Georgia at least 90 days prior to the expiration of their license. The state of Georgia will mail a renewal notice to all licensed pesticide applicators approximately 90 days prior to license expiration. Continuing education certificates can be sent to:
Georgia Department of Agriculture
Agricultural Inputs – Pesticide Section
19 M.L.K. Jr. Drive, Room 410
Atlanta, GA 30334
Where can I find classes to renew my Georgia pesticide applicator license?
Certified Training Institute offers a variety of courses designed to meet your continuing education needs. Courses are completed at your convenience and there is a full staff available to answer your questions and help with tech support.
Who submits my Georgia pesticide applicator license?
The state of Georgia requires students to submit their continuing education to the state 90 days before the expiration of a license.
If you have any questions about your Georgia pesticide applicator license renewal or pesticide applicator licensing in general, please call 1-800-727-7104 or email firstname.lastname@example.org