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ONLINE WORKER PROTECTION STANDARD COURSE

2018 Worker Protection Standard (WPS) - Agricultural Worker Training Program (Unlimited)

Train Unlimited Workers | EPA Worker PST 00024 | EPA Handler PST 00018; 00022; or 00027
(Handler materials provided through PERC)  This EPA Approved Training Program provides everything your business needs to train your agricultural workers. This video program comes in both English and Spanish and trains unlimited workers.  Includes Handler Training Guide and Tracking System at No Extra Cost!
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2018 Worker Protection Standard (WPS) - Agricultural Worker Training Program (25 Workers)

Train 25 Workers | EPA Worker PST 00024  | EPA Handler PST 00018; 00022; or 00027
(Handler materials provided through PERC)  This EPA Approved Training Program provides everything your business needs to train your agricultural workers. This video program comes in both English and Spanish and trains up to 25 workers.  Includes Handler Training Guide and Tracking System at No Extra Cost!
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Online Indiana Pesticide Applicator Exam Prep Course

Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Exam Prep Program

12 Hour | Online HD Video
This course is intended as a study guide for preparing to take the Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Exam administered by your state, tribe, territory, or federal department/agency. Passing the core exam is essential to becoming a certified applicator. This certification course benefits both you and the general public. By learning how to handle pesticides correctly, you will be able to protect yourself, others, and the environment from pesticide misuse.
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ONLINE INDIANA PESTICIDE APPLICATOR CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES

Cage Trapping Techniques | Indiana Approval #10968

3 Hour course | Approved for 3 CCHs: 7A; RT
This course focuses on the use of cage and box traps in the management of vertebrate pests in both urban and suburban environments in Indiana. Best practices surrounding appropriate traps for target animals, effective baits, and safe and humane use of traps will be outlined.
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Vertebrate Structural Pest Control and ID | Indiana Approval #10985

3 Hour course | Approved for 3 CCHs: 7A; RT
This course focuses on the fundamentals of wildlife damage inspection including indentification based on habitat, routes of entry, scat and tracks. It will help you understand the unique biological and legal risks that are involved with the inspection process in Indiana as well as the proper equipment and PPE that should be used.
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Right of Way: Weed Control | Indiana Approval #10983

3 Hour course | Approved for 3 CCHs: 6; RT
This course will review the methods and techniques to manage vegetation on rights of way and non-cropland industrial sites safely without damage to non-target species, sites, objects or the environment in Indiana.
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Management Strategies for Disease Issues in the Landscape | Indiana Approval #10792

3 Hour course | Approved for 3 CCHs: 3A; RT
This course teaches the basics of disease management for landscape plantings, cost minimizing strategies, and tools and techniques needed to successfully control disease in the highly competitive world of landscaping in Indiana.
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Turfgrass: Keys to Disease Identification and Management | Indiana Approval #10984

2 Hour course | Approved for 2 CCHs: 3B; RT
This course teaches the basics of pest and disease management for various turf grasses, the multiple steps involved, and the different tools and techniques to successfully control the environment in Indiana.
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Disease Management in Enclosed Spaces | Indiana Approval #10969

2 Hour course | Approved for 2 CCHs: 3A; RT
This course teaches the basics of pest and disease management in enclosed spaces where exposure is increased, and the different tools and techniques needed to successfully control the environment in Indiana.  
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Field Fumigation for Managing Vertebrate Pests | Indiana Approval #10970

2 Hour course | Approved for 2 CCHs: 7D; RT
This course focuses on the use of fumigants to effectively control burrowing animals in Indiana. Students will learn about different fumigation devices and products, and how best to comply with label restrictions to protect both non-targets and applicators from harm.
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Integrated Pest and Resistance Management | Indiana Approval #10971

2 Hour course | Approved for 2 CCHs: 1; 2; 3A; 3B; 5; 6; 7A; RT?
This course covers a range of topics important to pesticide resistance management in Indiana including Integrated Pest managaement (IPM), correct sampling techniques for plant pathogens, proper insect identificaiton, and pesticide application equipment calibration.  
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Aquatic Weed Control | Indiana Approval #10966

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 5; RT
Managing aquatic weeds in Indiana revolves around proper plant identificaiton. Tailoring management strategies to address specific aquatic plant life is only possible through accurate identification. This course teaches the basics of aquatic weed identification, and the different approaches to aquatic plant management.
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Zika and Other Mosquito-Borne Diseases | Indiana Approval #10986

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 7A; 8; RT
This course covers a range of mosquito-borne diseases with an emphasis on the Zika Virus. Zika's extent, side effects, testing and diagnostics are detailed along with protection and reduction techniques of mosquitoes to minimize the transmission of mosquito-borne diseases in Indiana.
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Pollinator Stewardship | Indiana Approval #10981

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 1; 2; 3A; 3B; 6; 7A; 8; RT
This course provides an outline of the primary concerns of the beekeeping industry including colony collapse disorder (CCD), factors effecting honey bee decline, invasive insects, fungal disease, best practices for pollinator stewardship, and minimizing pesticide risks for pollinators in Indiana.
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Planning the Pesticide Application | Indiana Approval #10980

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 1; 2; 3A; 3B; 4; 5; 6; RT
Before beginning a pesticide application in Indiana, you should know how to select the right pesticide for the job, review the label, test for pesticide compatibility before mixing, select personal protective equipment, transfer pesticides safely, and clean up after an application.
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Pesticides in the Environment | Indiana Approval #10979

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 1; 2; 3A; 3B; 5; 6; 7A; 7B; 8; 11; RT
Applicators and the public share concerns about how pesticides may harm the environment in Indiana. Initially, hazards to humans were the primary reason the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) decided to classify a pesticide as a restricted-use product.
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Pesticide Labeling | Indiana Approval #10978

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 1; 2; 3A; 3B; 4; 5; 6; 7A; 7B; 8; 11; RT
The pesticide label is the main method of communication between a pesticide manufacturer and pesticide users. By law, pesticide users in Indiana are required to comply with all instructions and use directions found on the pesticide product label.
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Pesticide Hazards and First Aid | Indiana Approval #10977

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 1; 2; 3A; 3B; 4; 5; 6; 7A; 7B; 7D; 8; 11; RT
Pesticides are designed to be toxic so they can control pests (e.g., plants, insects, rodents, fungi, and bacteria) while not harming non-target organisms and anyone else exposed to the product. Pesticide users in Indiana need to be concerned with the hazards associated with exposure to the chemical and not just the toxicity of the pesticide.
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Pesticide Formulations | Indiana Approval #10976

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 1; 2; 3A; 3B; 5; 6; 7A; 7B; 8; 11; RT
Pesticides are formulated to make them safer or easier to use. There are many formulations available for various pest control sites and situations in Indiana, and it is important that applicators choose the best one for the job.
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Pesticide Application Procedures | Indiana Approval #10975

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 1; 2; 3A; 3B; 5; 6; 7A; 7B; 8; 11; RT
Pesticides may be applied in Indiana as sprays, dusts, granules, gases (vapors), fogs, baits, rubs, or dips and require the correct equipment for the pesticide as well as the job size and type. In addition, you must properly select, operate, calibrate, and maintain your equipment.
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Pest Management | Indiana Approval #10974

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 1; 2; 3A; 3B; 4; 5; 6; 7A; 7B; 8; 11; RT
This course addresses the Federal pesticide laws that control the labeling, sale and distribution, storage, transportation, use and disposal of Pesticides while protecting public health and welfare, and preventing harm to the environment in Indiana. 
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Pest Identification: Corn, Soybean and Grain Sorghum | Indiana Approval #10973

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 1; RT
This course discusses pest identification and management strategies for corn, soybean and grain sorghum. Each species is identified according to various stages of maturity, the signs and symptoms exhibited, and the type of biological, cultural or chemical control recommended for each.
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Personal Protective Equipment and Emergency Response | Indiana Approval #10982

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 1; 2; 3A; 3B; 4; 5; 6; 7A; 7B; 8; 11; RT
Wearing PPE can reduce exposure (dermal, inhalation, ocular, or oral) and thereby lower the chances of pesticide injury, illness, or poisoning. It is important that all pesticide applicators and handlers in Indiana understand the protections and limitations of PPE. 
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Balancing Pest Management and Pollinator Health | Indiana Approval #10967

1 Hour course | Approved for 1 CCH: 1; 2; 3A; 3B; 6; 7A; RT?
This course covers the importance of honeybees, details honeybee decline statistics, and outlines the strategies that can be implemented in Indiana to coordinate the effors of farmers, beekeepers, and applicators to find the balance between managing pest and protecting pollinators. 
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INDIANA PESTICIDE APPLICATOR STATE REQUIREMENTS

How many continuing certification hours (CCH) are required to renew my Indiana pesticide applicator license?

Yes, requirements differ by license type

Category 1 - Agricultural Pest Management - 20 CCH
Category 2 - Forest Pest Management - 10 CCH
Category 3a - Ornamental Pest Management - 15 CCH
Category 3b - Turf Management - 20 CCH
Category 4 - Seed Treatment - 10 CCH
Category 5 - Aquatic Pest Management - 15 CCH
Category 6 - Industrial Weed Management - 15 CCH
Category 7a - Industrial, Institutional, Structural and Health-Related Pest Management - 20 CCH
Category 7b - Termite Control - 15 CCH
Category 7d - Fumigation - 20 CCH
Category 8 - Community-Wide Mosquito Control - 15 CCH
Category 11 - Aerial Application - 20 CCH
Category 12 - Wood Destroying Pest Inspection - 10 CCH
Category 13 - Limited Certification - 10 CCH
Category 14 - Agricultural Fertilizer Application - 3 CCH
Category RT - Registered Technician - 8 CCH

INDIANA PESTICIDE APPLICATOR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I become a licensed Indiana commercial pesticide applicator?
  1. Pass the written Core Exam
  2. Pass the appropriate Category exams.
*If you will be applying pesticides or fertilizers to lawns for hire you must pass the Core and Category B exams as well as, meeting the experience requirements.
  • Complete a state chemist-approved multiday training. Contact Purdue Pesticide programs 765-494-4566 or visit the program brochure to meet this requirement.
  • work as an active Registered Technician for at least 90 days OR
  • work as a licensed applicator in any category for at least one year OR
  • complete a formal post-high school, two-year minimum turf program and submit your transcripts to the Office of Indiana State Chemist (OISC)
When does my commercial pesticide license expire?

December 31st every year.

What are the applicator categories for Indiana pesticide applicators?

Category 1 - Agricultural Pest Management
Category 2 - Forest Pest Management
Category 3a - Ornamental Pest Management
Category 3b - Turf Management
Category 4 - Seed Treatment
Category 5 - Aquatic Pest management
Category 6 - Industrial Weed Management
Category 7a - Industrial, Institutional, Structural and Health-Related Pest Management
Category 7b - Termite Control
Category 7d - Fumigation
Category 8 - Community-Wide Mosquito Control
Category 11 - Aerial Application
Category 12 - Wood Destroying Pest Inspection
Category 13 - Limited Certification
Category 14 - Agricultural Fertilizer Application
Category RT - Registered Technician

 

Does Indiana offer reciprocity for pesticide applicators?
Yes, reciprocity differs by category type, view a full list of reciprocal categories here.

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