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ONLINE WORKER PROTECTION STANDARD COURSE

2018 Worker Protection Standard (WPS) - Agricultural Worker Training Program (25 Workers)| EPA #PST 00024

Multi-user Training Program for Employees | Online HD Video
Includes both English and Spanish video training programs. This product will provide everything that your business needs to train your agricultural workers according to the EPA's Worker Protection Standard. This is an EPA Approved Training Program (PST 00024).
Includes Handler Training Guide and Tracking System at No Extra Cost!
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Online Tennessee Pesticide Applicator Exam Prep Course

Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Exam Prep Program

12 Hour Exam Prep | 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 Tennessee Pesticide Applicator Continuing Education Courses

Federal Pesticide Laws | Tennessee Approval #35188

1 Hour | Approved for 1 Point:  All Categories
Pesticides are regulated to utilize their benefits while protecting public health and welfare, and preventing harm to the environment in Tennessee. This course addresses the Federal pesticide laws that control the labeling, sale and distribution, storage, transportation, use and disposal in the best public interest.  
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Personal Protective Equipment and Emergency Response | Tennessee Approval #35194

1 Hour | Approved for 1 Point:  All Categories
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 Tennessee understand the protections and limitations of PPE.
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Pest Management | Tennessee Approval #35192

1 Hour | Approved for 1 Point:  All Categories
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 Tennessee.
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Pesticide Application Procedures | Tennessee Approval #35186

1 Hour | Approved for 1 Point:  C07, C08, C10, C12 
Pesticides may be applied in Tennessee 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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Pesticide Formulations | Tennessee Approval #35189

1 Hour | Approved for 1 Point:  All Categories
Pesticides are formulated to make them safer or easier to use. There are many formulations available for various pest control sites and situations in Tennessee, and it is important that applicators choose the best one for the job.
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Pesticide Hazards and First Aid | Tennessee Approval #35190

1 Hour | Approved for 1 Point:  All Categories
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 Tennessee 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 Labeling | Tennessee Approval #35191

1 Hour | Approved for 1 Point:  All Categories
The pesticide label is the main method of communication between a pesticide manufacturer and pesticide users.  By law, pesticide users in Tennessee are required to comply with all instructions and use directions found on the pesticide product label.
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Pesticides in the Environment | Tennessee Approval #35187

1 Hour | Approved for 1 Point:  All Categories
Applicators and the public share concerns about how pesticides may harm the environment in Tennessee. 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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Planning the Pesticide Application | Tennessee Approval #35193

1 Hour | Approved for 1 Point:  All Categories
Before beginning a pesticide application in Tennessee, 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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Transportation, Storage, Security and Professional Conduct | Tennessee Approval #35195

1 Hour | Approved for 1 Point:  All Categories
This course discusses safety and security issues that may arise when pesticides are moved or stored in Tennessee, under what conditions uncertified people can make applications of restricted use products and how to communicate these issues with customers.
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State Requirements


Renewal Cycle: Annually
Renewal Deadline: December 31st

Do I need continuing education credits to maintain my Tennessee pesticide applicators license?

  • Private Applicators – must renew every 3 years through a course at the county Extension office.
  • Certified Commercial Applicators – must renew every 3 years by obtaining differing levels of education depending on the category of applicator.  Applicators can take no more than 50% of their CE courses online.  Applicators cannot earn more than 75% of their points at one school.

Agricultural (CO1)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 18 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 12 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 6 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Forest Pest Control (CO2)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 12 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 8 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 4 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Ornamental & Turf (CO3)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 18 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 12 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 6 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Seed Treatment (CO4)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 12 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 8 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 4 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Aquatic Pest Control (CO5)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 12 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 8 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 4 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Right-of-Way (CO6)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 18 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 12 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 6 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Industrial, Institutional, Structural, & Health-Related Pest Control (CO7)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 30 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 20 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 10 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Public Health ( CO8)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 18 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 12 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 6 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Demonstration, Research, and Regulatory Pest Control (C10)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 18 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 12 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 6 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Wood Preservatives (C11)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 9 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 6 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 3 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Pesticide Dealer (C12)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 18 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 12 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 6 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Antifouling Marine Paint (C13)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 9 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 6 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 3 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Microbial Pest Control (C14)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 9 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 6 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 3 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Sewer Line Treatment (C16)

  • Certified Between 1/1/18 & 6/30/18 - 9 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/18 & 6/30/19 - 6 pts
  • Certified Between 7/1/19 & 6/30/20 - 3 pts
  • Certified on or after 1/1/20 - Rollover to 2023

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get my Tennessee pesticide applicator's license?

Certified Commercial Applicators –

  • Step 1 – You must be at least 18 years of age
  • Step 2 – Complete the Application for Commercial Pesticide Exam with the $150 fee.
  • Step 3 – Pass a certification exam.
  • Step 4 – Complete $25 state exam and at least one category exam.

Private Pesticide Applicators –

  • Step 1 – Attend an education seminar at the county extension office.
  • Step 2 – Pay $30 to the extension office and $10 to the Tennessee Department of Agriculture
Who submits my continuing education to the state?

Certified Training Institute will submit continuing education to the state at the end of each month.

Are your courses state approved?

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

What classifications of applicator's licensing does Tennessee have?

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture recognizes the following classification of applicator licensing:

  • Certified Commercial Applicator – an individual who is salaried and does not receive direct compensation for the application of pesticides.
  • Private Applicator – An individual who applies or supervises the application of pesticide on their own or another’s property without compensation.
What are the categories and subcategories for Tennessee pesticide licensing?

The State of Tennessee currently has 16 categories and subcategories for pesticide licensing. Applicators holding a commercial license will need to pass the core exam along with at least one of these specialties. Click here for a description of each classification.

  1. Agricultural Plant
  2. Forest Pest Control
  3. Ornamental & Turf
  4. Seed Treatment
  5. Aquatic Pest Control
  6. Right of Way
  7. Structural Pest control
  8. Public Health
  9. Demo & Research
  10. Wood Preservatives
  11. Pesticide Dealer
  12. Antifouling Paint
  13. Microbial Pest Control
  14. Sewer Line Treatment
Does the State of Tennessee offer reciprocity with other states?

Tennessee offers reciprocity with Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, and South Carolina. More information can be found here.

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Pesticide Applicator Training

We offer the best in Online Pesticide Education providing CEUs approved by the Tennessee Depart of Agriculture. Our instructor lead video courses are fast, easy, affordable and meet state licensing requirements. We offer the following continuing education courses in full HD video, and they are available when you are!

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