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Idaho Applicator Renewal FAQs

When is my Idaho pesticide applicator license up for renewal?

Licenses expire every two years on the anniversary of licensure.

How do I renew my Idaho pesticide applicator license?

Idaho applicators must renew their license every two years by completing the state-required continuing education, completing a renewal application, and paying the appropriate fees. License renewal applications will be mailed to you by the Idaho Department of Agriculture approximately 45 days before your expiration date.

Private Applicators

  1. Complete 6 hours of continuing education
  2. Complete the renewal application provided by the ISDA
  3. Pay the appropriate fees
    $10 RU Category
    $20 Chemigation Category
    $30 for both categories
  4. Photocopy the front and back of your license, showing your signature and the appropriate recertification credits.

Professional Applicators

  1. Complete 15-hours of continuing education
  2. Complete the renewal application provided by the ISDA
  3. Pay the $120 licensing fee
  4. Photocopy the front and back of your license, showing your signature and the appropriate recertification credits
  5. Provide proof of financial responsibility
    *Professional applicators who do not apply pesticides may submit an exception from responsibility form.

Where do I find classes to renew my Idaho pesticide applicator license?

Certified Training Institute offers Idaho-approved continuing education courses in an easy to use, online,  video format. Courses are available 24/7 on any internet capable device with the benefit of our friendly support staff to guide you through the renewal process.

Who submits my Idaho pesticide applicator continuing education?

Certified Training Institute will submit your continuing education to the state. You will receive a printable certificate for your records immediately after completing each course.

 
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