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:

Diagnosing Herbicide Injury

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This course was developed for pesticide handlers, pest control advisors, growers, and supervisors to help gather the relevant and correct information needed to narrow down the potential sources of damage caused by herbicides.

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 $30. We are currently offering a reduced price of $15 (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 Other)Certified Crop Advisor (1.5 IPM), and the Arizona Department of Agriculture (1.0 credit).

The course contains video so it requires a device 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 directed 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:

This course is for those who need continuing education units (CEUs) and a certificate of completion for the Department of Pesticide Regulation or Structural Pest Control Board. 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 for evidence of compliance with your local county, click on the title below:

How Pest Management Professionals Can Protect Water Quality


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This course was developed for pest management professionals and growers. The course covers the description, biology, and ecology of ground squirrels and pocket gophers as well as an overview of available control options including habitat modification, trapping, baiting, and fumigants.

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 $20. We are currently offering a reduced price of $10 (until Oct. 31, 2021) by entering a voucher code of SquirrelGopher50 into the voucher code blank on the shopping cart.

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

It is accredited by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (1.0 hour Other) and Certified Crop Advisor (0.5 IPM).

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

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This course was developed for anyone who works with air blast sprayers or is involved with ensuring successful pesticide applications in trees and vines. This includes pesticide handlers, pest control advisors, growers, and supervisors.

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 (0.5 hour Laws & Regulations and 2.0 hours Other), Certified Crop Advisor (2.0 IPM), and the Arizona Department of Agriculture (2.5 credits).

The course contains video so it requires a device 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.

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Air Blast Sprayer Calibration

This course is not available to the public at this time

Logo: University of California (UC) Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program and UC Agriculture and Natural ResourcesThis course is available for free for those who need it for their local compliance, but to get the Continuing Education Units and the certificate with the Department of Pesticide Regulation or the Structural Pest Control Board, you will be charged a course fee. The cost is $30, but a 50% discount is available through October 31 if you enter the code WaterQuality50 in the voucher code clank in the shopping cart.

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

It is accredited by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (1.0 hour Other) and the Structural Pest Control Board (1.0 hour, IPM).

Contact and technical support: Tamara Majcherek, tjmajcherek@ucanr.edu

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This course was developed primarily for professional pesticide applicators working in turf and landscape, but can be helpful to anyone who applies pesticides. Learners will be able to describe why calibration is important and be able to list the materials and tools needed in order to calibrate equipment. They will see various examples of pesticide application equipment for liquid, granular, and soil drenching and soil injection applications. The course includes many examples of calculations needed to calibrate equipment.

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 $30. We are currently offering a reduced price of $15 (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 Other), the Structural Pest Control Board (1.5 hours Technical [Br 2 or 3] for FR and Operators or PAU for Applicators), 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:

Pesticide Application Equipment and Calibration for Non-Agricultural Applications


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This course was designed primarily for Pest Control Advisors and other licensed pesticide applicators to teach about fungicide resistance, insecticide resistance, and herbicide resistance. It provides information on the mechanisms of pesticide resistance and how it has developed as well as information on managing or delaying resistance.

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 (2 hours Other), Certified Crop Advisor (1.5 IPM), 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:

Pesticide Resistance


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This course was developed for landscape pest management professionals, pest control advisors, and pesticide applicators. It provides general information about herbicides – how they are classified, how they work, and what properties affect runoff and leaching. The module draws attention to several herbicides commonly detected in urban waterways, lists steps to choose the best herbicide for a given situation, and gives practical solutions for reducing herbicide use.

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 $20. We are currently offering a reduced price of $10 (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 (1.0 hour Other), Certified Crop Advisor (0.5 IPM), and the Western Chapter International Society of Arboriculture (1.0 for Certified Arborists and 1.0 Practice for Board Certified Arborists).

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:

Herbicides and Water Quality


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This course was developed for landscape pest management professionals, structural pest control operators, pest control advisors, and pesticide applicators. It describes the different ways pesticides can get into our waterways and gives practical steps in reducing pesticide movement from the site of 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 $20. We are currently offering a reduced price of $10 (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 (1.0 hour Other) the Structural Pest Control Board (1.0 hour Technical [Br 2 or 3] for FR and Operators or PAU for Applicators), Certified Crop Advisor (0.5 IPM), and the Western Chapter International Society of Arboriculture (1.0 for Certified Arborists and 1.0 Practice for Board Certified Arborists).

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:

The Impact of Pesticides on Water Quality


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This course was developed for landscape pest management professionals, structural pest control operators, pest control advisors, and pesticide applicators. It teaches basic IPM principles, discusses when a pesticide is really necessary and explains the various properties of pesticides and how they influence pesticide movement in the environment.

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 $20. We are currently offering a reduced price of $10 (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 (1.0 hour Other), the Structural Pest Control Board (1.0 hour towards IPM for Applicators, FR, and Applicators), Certified Crop Advisor (0.5 IPM), and the Western Chapter International Society of Arboriculture (1.0 for Certified Arborists and 1.0 Practice for Board Certified Arborists).

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:

IPM and Pesticide Properties


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This course was developed for landscape pest management professionals, structural pest control operators, pest control advisors, and pesticide applicators. It discusses two important insecticides that are being detected in California waterways and gives some practical solutions for reducing their movement or mitigating their effects.

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 $20. We are currently offering a reduced price of $10 (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 (1.0 hour Other) the Structural Pest Control Board (1.0 hour Technical [Br 2 or 3] for FR and Operators or PAU for Applicators), Certified Crop Advisor (0.5 IPM), and the Western Chapter International Society of Arboriculture (1.0 for Certified Arborists and 1.0 Practice for Board Certified Arborists).

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:

Water Quality and Mitigation of Bifenthrin and Fipronil