Idaho State Department of Agriculture Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
CTN Educational Services’ online classes can help to ensure that you maintain competence and keep current with changes in technology, while providing necessary CEUs for licensed applicators through the State of Idaho Department of Agriculture.
Recertification is a program for all individuals who are certified as Private Applicators and Professional Applicators to ensure they maintain competence and keep current with changing technology. The recertification period is simultaneous with the licensing period.
Private Applicators are required to obtain stickers totaling 6 credit hours during their licensing period.
Professional Applicators are required to obtain stickers totaling 15 credit hours during the licensing period.
First time licensees whose license is valid for less than 13 months, will NOT be required to obtain recertification credits until after the first renewal period when they may have a full two-year license period available. All licenses have adequate space for recertification stickers and a signature line on the reverse side. All licensees are encouraged to maintain a list of the dates and locations of the recertification seminars they attended or the specific recertification seminar number. A licensee may obtain all of the required recertification credits in the same year, instead of distributing the seminar credits over the two-year licensing period. Extra recertification credits cannot be carried over into the next licensing period.
Additional information can be obtain via the Idaho Department of Agriculture website or by contacting Sherm Takatori at 208-332-8609
Please select your online class hours from the list of approved classes below and click Add To Cart.
The fee for the first class is $40.00 and $20.00 for each additional class.
|Application Equipment and Techniques - Part 1
|Application Equipment and Techniques - Part 2
|Basic Principles of Mathematics and Chemistry
|Basic Principles of Toxicology and Entomology
|Emergency Procedures and Pesticide Cleanup - Part 1
|Emergency Procedures and Pesticide Cleanup - Part 2
|Environmental Protection - Part 2
|Environmental Protection and Drift - Part 1
|Nonchemical Pest Control - Part 1
|Nonchemical Pest Control - Part 2
|Pesticide Applicator Safety
|Pesticide Formulations and Actions - Part 1
|Pesticide Formulations and Actions - Part 2
|Pesticide Labels and Label Comprehension - Part 1
|Pesticide Labels and Label Comprehension - Part 2
|Recognition of Pests and Pest Damage - Part 1
|Recognition of Pests and Pest Damage - Part 2
|Reporting Spills and Misapplications - Part 1
|Reporting Spills and Misapplications - Part 2