How to Obtain a Pesticide Applicator License
December 2, 2020
Online Zoom Meeting
CCE Eastern New York Commercial Horticulture
Elisabeth Hodgdon for Zoom Technology Questions
email Elisabeth Hodgdon for Zoom Technology Questions
Thinking about becoming a certified pesticide applicator in New York? This online program will cover the basics of who needs a pesticide license, license types, examination procedures, and important information to know for the test. We will incorporate interactive practice questions and activities within the program to test participant knowledge in preparation for the exam.
Registration Deadline: November 30, 2020
Agenda: 1:00: Welcome and Introductions -Elisabeth Hodgdon & Mike Basedow, ENYCHP specialists
1:10: NYS Department of Environmental Conservation's pesticide certification procedures -Brayton Pendell, NYSDEC
2:00: Exam content: Understanding pests and pesticides, integrated pest management - Elisabeth Hodgdon, ENYCHP
2:30: Exam content: How to read a pesticide label, pesticide safety and risk management, sprayer calibration - Mike Basedow, ENYCHP
3:20: Wrap up, final Q & A
3:30: End program
Note: This webinar is not a substitute for the required 30-hour training class. Any questions on exam eligibility will be answered by a NYSDEC representative.
Contact Elisabeth Hodgdon (email@example.com or 518-650-5323) with questions and/or assistance using Zoom technology.
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