North Carolina Applicator Recertification - Pest Control Courses - CCUs

We offer a variety of recertification CCUs APPROVED to meet FIFRA’s certification requirements for structural pest control pesticide applicators certified in North Carolina and may be used for recertification training in the 2015-2016.. Below you can see the courses that we offer and you can click on them to learn more. CCUs are available to purchase individually or in bundles.

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Title Course Number:Credit
Application of Federal Laws to Safety Concerns0A811G 01
Pesticide Movement In The Environment0A813G 01
Fire Ants0A808P 01
Pesticide Formulations0A810G 01
The Pesticide Label0A809G 01
Pesticide Application: Hazards and First Aid0A812G 01
IPM Approach to Mosquito Control0A814P 01
Insect Biology: Wood Destroying Pests0A815W 01

CCU Pricing: $15 each

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Structural Applicator License CCU Requirements

While licensees or Certified Applicators (CA) are certified for a five-year period, CCUs cannot be earned all at one time.

Licensees and non-commercial applicators must earn some credit in at least four (4) of the five years of the re-certification period.

Commercial-certified applicators must earn credits in at least three of the five years.

persons certified in one phase must have earned at least 10 CCUs
persons certified in two phases must have earned at least 15 CCUs
persons certified in three phases must have earned at least 20 CCUs

At least five (5) CCUs must be solely applicable to each phase in which certified. As many as five CCUs in the General Category may be counted, but are not required.

Excess CCUs may not be carried forward to the next certification is proud to work with the United States Department of Agriculture, North Carolina Department of Agriculture, the Environmental Protection Agency and the State of North Carolina to provide APPROVED RECERTIFICATION COURSES for applicators.

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