When you come to a class that supplies recertification credits, you’ll need to bring a photo ID as well as your applicator license. You’ll need to sign a form before the class and then initial beside your signature when the class is over.
In the past, the NJDEP has been nice enough to call applicators who did not supply their license numbers. We’ve recently been notified that due to time constraints, this will no longer be the case – so please bring your license or risk not receiving credit for the course.
Occasionally, there has been confusion concerning the proper license number. Here is some information provided by the NJDEP:
Pesticide applicator licenses begin with the numbers 0, 2, 5, or 6. Do not put the business license number (which starts with a 9) or an operator license (which starts with a 7 or 8). All other numbers will be rejected and the individual will not receive credit for attendance. No one will be given credit for attendance if an incorrect number is submitted or if information is incomplete.
If you’re interested in obtaining a pesticide applicator license in New Jersey, please read this blog post.
If you need recertification credits before the October 31st deadline, here are some classes:
October 4, 2017 – Emergency Pesticide Recertification Seminar
October 13, 2017 – Pesticide Calibration
October 25, 2017 – Turfgrass Disease Management
October 27, 2017 – Emergency Pesticide Recertification ½ Day Class in 3A
October 27, 2017 – Emergency Pesticide Recertification ½ Day Class in 3B
Maybe I’ll see you there!