Zoom & Online CEU Classes For Pest Control and Ag Applicators

Kansas Department of Agriculture initial training of Registered Pest Control Technicians

CTN Educational Services’ online training classes are designed to provide your employees with up to 20 hours of training. The Kansas Department of Agriculture, Pesticide Program, has established the following guidelines in Kansas.

Uncertified applicators may train to become registered technicians in:

  • Category 3 Subcategories 3A – Ornamental and 3B – Turf
  • Category 7 Subcategories 7A – Wood Destroying and 7E – Structural

All applicants must complete a minimum of 10 hours of classroom training and 30 hours of supervised application of pesticides per category. An applicant who intends to train in both category 3 and category 7 must complete 20 hours of classroom training and 60 hours of supervised on-the-job training. However, a particular video may count for training in both category 3 and 7. For example, the Pesticide Safety video would count for two hours of classroom training for category 3 and at the same time count for two hours of classroom training for category 7.

For more information:

Sara Liming, Certification and Training Specialist
Kansas Department of Agriculture
Pesticide & Fertilizer Program
1320 Research Park Dr.
Manhattan, KS 66502
Office: (785) 564-6688
Email: kda.pestfert@ks.gov

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.

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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
Public Safety
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