Wyoming Department of Agriculture Continuing Education Units
Commercial Applicator Re-certification – Pesticides
Commercial licenses are only valid for the balance of the year in which the license was obtained plus 24 months and expire on January 31st.
To re-certify in order to maintain your license from the Wyoming Department of Agriculture, one of the following requirements must be met:
• 24 hours of pesticide related courses or workshop credits obtained during the time in which the license is valid. These credit hours must be validated
with an agenda and proof of attendance. The Department determines is the coursework applies toward re-certification.
• Attendance at the Commercial Applicator Re-certification School held during January in Casper of each year.
• Re-take the exams for the categories in which you want to be re-certified.
Please contact Hank Uhden at 307.777.6574, if you have any questions.
Additional information can be obtained via wyagric.state.wy.us
Manager – Technical Services
WY Dept. of Agriculture
2219 Carey Avenue
Cheyenne, WY 82002-0100
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|