Pesticide Education and Safety Program
2016 Initial Certification Meeting
Meeting will be held from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at each location
UVM Extension and Vermont Agency of Agriculture
New for 2016
This program will provide training and review of Vermont Pesticide regulations and the information covered in the Pesticide Applicator Training Manual that is necessary to understand and to pass the VT pesticide certification license exam.
The Core exam will be given after this training in the afternoon from 2-4pm. (No category exams will be given but can be scheduled with VAA for a later date.)
Coffee and pastries provided. Lunch on your own (see 'New for 2016').
This meeting is for anyone wishing a Vermont Pesticide Applicator license:
Nursery employees, landscapers, school custodial staff, farmers, garden center employees, pest control operators, government or municipal employees, university employees, etc.
This program will provide two Vermont recertification credits.
Topics will be presented by members of UVM Extension and the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets.
It is necessary to study the Core manual BEFORE the review to have all the knowledge necessary to pass the exam.
Core manuals ($41) and required inserts must be obtained in advance from http://agriculture.vermont.gov/pesticide_regulation/applicator_dealer_resources.
Registration fee is $30.
After April 1st, Late Registration is $40.
Space is limited so register early!
Register ONLINE for BURLINGTON at: https://www.regonline.com/2016initialcertburlington
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Register ONLINE for WHITE RIVER JCT at: https://www.regonline.com/2016initialcertwhiteriverjct
To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Sarah Kingsley-Richards at (802) 656-0475 by April 1, 2016 so we may assist you.
Please contact Sarah Kingsley-Richards at (802) 656-0475 or email@example.com with questions.
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