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Pest Control Advisors, pesticide handlers, and growers who take this course will learn to analyze pesticide labels and extract information relevant to the specific setting and situation in order to safely apply pesticides and avoid illegal residue while complying with all label directions. 

This course is available for free, but to get the Continuing Education Units and the certificate, you will be charged a course fee. The cost is $80. We are currently offering a reduced price of $40 (until Oct. 31, 2021)

Courses purchased in 2021 must be completed and certificate downloaded before December 31, 2021.

It is accredited by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (2.0 hours Laws & Regs), Certified Crop Advisor (1.0 IPM), Western Chapter International Society of Arboriculture (1.0 for Certified Arborists and 1.0 Practice for Board Certified Arborists), and the Arizona Department of Agriculture (2.0 credits).

The course contains video so it requires a computer that can play audio and video.

Contact and technical support: Cheryl Reynolds, creynolds@ucanr.edu.

This course is for those who need continuing education units (CEUs) and a certificate. Make the purchase and after the payment you will be redirected to the course. Upon course completion you will be able to download the course certificate.

Courses purchased in 2021 must be completed and certificate downloaded before December 31, 2021.

To access the free version of this course without a certificate, click on the title below:

Proper Pesticide Use to Avoid Illegal Residues


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Pest Control Advisers, pesticide handlers, and growers who take this course will learn to follow specific label instructions and the California Code of Regulations (CCR) and will be able to demonstrate how to select the proper PPE, use it, remove it, and dispose of it or clean and store it before, during, and after each incidence of pesticide handling and application. 

This course is available for free, but to get the Continuing Education Units and the certificate, you will be charged a course fee. The cost is $60. We are currently offering a reduced price of $30 (until Oct. 31, 2021)

Courses purchased in 2021 must be completed and certificate downloaded before December 31, 2021.

It is accredited by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (1.5 hours Laws & Regs), Certified Crop Advisor (1.0 IPM), Western Chapter International Society of Arboriculture (1.0 for Certified Arborists and 1.0 Practice for Board Certified Arborists), and the Arizona Department of Agriculture (1.5 credits).

The course contains video so it requires a computer that can play audio and video.

Contact and technical support: Cheryl Reynolds, creynolds@ucanr.edu

This course is for those who need continuing education units (CEUs) and a certificate. Make the purchase and after the payment you will be redirected to the course. Upon course completion you will be able to download the course certificate.

Courses purchased in 2021 must be completed and certificate downloaded before December 31, 2021.

To access the free version of this course without a certificate, click on the title below:

Proper Selection, Use, and Removal of Personal Protective Equipment


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This course is intended for pest management professionals (PMPs) who provide, or would like to provide, pest management services in schools and child care centers. This course presents information on the Healthy Schools Act and on using integrated pest management, or IPM, methods in schools and child care centers. A third component of the course helps PMPs comply with the Healthy Schools Act and expand their business.

This course is available for free, but to get the Continuing Education Units and the certificate, you will be charged a course fee. The cost is $40. We are currently offering a reduced price of $20 (until Oct. 31, 2021)

Courses purchased in 2021 must be completed and certificate downloaded before December 31, 2021.

It is accredited by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (0.5 hour Laws & Regs and 1.0 hour Other) and by the Structural Pest Control Board (1.0 hour Rules and Regulations and 1 hour IPM). This course meets the annual training requirement of the Healthy Schools Act.

The course contains video so it requires a computer that can play audio and video.

Contact and technical support: Cheryl Reynolds, creynolds@ucanr.edu

This course is for those who need continuing education units (CEUs) and a certificate. Make the purchase and after the payment you will be redirected to the course. Upon course completion you will be able to download the course certificate.
Courses purchased in 2021 must be completed and certificate downloaded before December 31, 2021.

To access the free version of this course without a certificate, click on the title below:

Providing IPM Services in Schools and Child Care Services


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Los asesores de control de plagas, los manipuladores de pesticidas y los productores quienes tomen este curso aprenderán a seguir las instrucciones específicas de las etiquetas de pesticidas y del Código de Regulaciones de California (CCR), y podrán demostrar cómo seleccionar el equipo de protecci ón personal (PPE) adecuado, usarlo, quitarlo y desechar o limpiarlo y guardarlo antes, durante y después de cada incidencia de manipulación y aplicación de pesticidas.

Este curso fue desarrollado por el Programa Estatal de Manejo Integral de Plagas de la Universidad de Caliofrnia ( UC IPM ).

El curso contiene sonido y video, por lo que requiere una computadora que pueda reproducir audio y video. Para obtener más información, incluidos los requisitos técnicos, puede contactar a  Cheryl Reynolds, UC ANR en creynolds@ucanr.edu.