Please look for PMD or AG next to course title for appropriate credits for your category. Some are approved in both. *PMD = Pest Management Division / *AG = Agriculture
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Topics include life cycle, habitat, control, vector management, distribution, vaccinations, history, description, research, videos, and medical importance.
Topics include types of aeration, linear, blowers, practices, videos, diffusers, basics of aeration, and flow.
Topics include aerial applications, equipment, types, videos, calibration, checklists, pilots, flagged, ground crew, nozzles, history, and aircraft.
Topics include PPE, calibration, safety, checklist, videos, environment, pilots, growers, and ground crew.
Topics include videos, correct turns, gps, proper techniques, safety, pilots, FAA, and codes.
This course includes discussion in regard to various aquatic floating weeds, invasive species, control methods, habitat, management, identification, and helpful hints.
Topics include submerged aquatic weeds, descriptions, ecological effects, control measures, timing of treatments, products, and invasive species.
Topics include necessary weed control, water usage, weed identification, large impoundments, managing aquatic weeds, herbicides, waterways, environmental effects, and faulty applications.
Topics include history, background, description, life cycle, habit, feeding, reproduction, origin, management, treatment, society and culture, mechanical, biological, and chemical control, videos, and feeding.
Topics include types, benefits, uses, background, healthy ponds, names, adding plants to ponds, and ecology.
Topics include usage, care, maintenance, growth regulators, breeding, cultural practices, physiology, heat stress, diseases, thatch, insects, shade, winter kill, and dessiccation.
Topics include bird control and techniques, spiking, chemical options, trapping, netting, methods, scarers, reducing attractiveness, reducing reproduction, non-lethal control, and exclusion.
Topics include biology, behavior, growth habit, characteristics, videos, and control.
A certified applicator who is not a QA shall, during the current certification period, obtain 6 CEU's in order to renew the certification for one year or 12 CEU's in order to renew for two years. This bundle provided 6 CEU's and courses include imported Fire Ants, Pesticide Safety, Respirators, and Equipment Calibration
This package is designed to allow Arizona Pest Management Division (Structural) approved Certified Applicators to earn 6 GENERAL continuing education credits. As per the Arizona PDM, Certified Applicators must complete 6 CEUs per year. Applicators may renew their licenses annually or every 2-years by May 31st. Courses include respirators, pesticide safety, equipment calibration, and imported fire ants.
Topics include life cycle, history, control, videos, parasitic wasps, behavior, and management.
Topics include description, life cycle, biology, ecology, control, management, larvae, mouth parts, and videos.
Course topics include improper calibration, drop and rotary spreaders, boom sprayers, nozzles, videos, agitation, amount of product and solution.
Topics include what is a fumigant, how they work, safety, types, aeration, and videos.
Topics include systemic, contact, transliminar, videos, FRAC Code, uses, crops, description, and history.
Imported Fire Ant (2 CREDITS) - Topics include foraging, tunneling, habitat, videos, physiology, socialization, and feeding.
Topics include industrial and institutional pest control, cockroaches, insects, rats, safety, sanitation, exclusion, and videos.
Course topics include ready to use sprays, aerosol sprays, baits, dusts, concentrates, foggers, and videos.
Course topics include insects, spiders, and videos.
Topics include environmental considerations, various species, problems, solutions, government role, environments, examples, and videos.
Topics include ornamentals, care, fertilizing, pruning, videos, and planting.
Topics include control, species, description, biology, videos, and prevention.
Course topics include exclusion, sanitation, IPM, pest identification and biology, treatment, and videos.
Topics include description, history, type of mosquitoes, symptoms, signs, prevention, geographic distribution, virology, and videos.
Topics include videos, prevention, eradication, history, background, control, symptoms, vaccinations, medicines, and parasites.
Course topics include habitat, species, videos, biology, control, saliva, and body parts.
Topics include description, biology, habitat, life cycle, beneficial nematodes, videos, anatomy, digestive system, types, bacteria, feeding, and modes of action.
Topics include safety, handling, labels, transportation, and videos.
Course topics include requirements, records, total amount, size, site, timing, name of applicator, civil penalties, benefits, WPS, and videos.
The topics include safe usage of pesticides, transporting, storage, and handling.
Topics include Colony Collapse Disease, apiary location, drift, environmental effects, signs, symptoms, videos, recovery, and malnutrition.
Course topics include pesticide, air, water, soil, plants, birds, plants, animals, aquatic life, videos, humans, pollutants, and resistance.
Topics include restricted use pesticides, rinsing containers, controlling flies, fly biology, cultural control, dry manure, water management, sanitation, durashield, baits, rodent control, sprays, foggers, and building atomizers.
Topics include life history, life cycle, management, control, habits and types, heat treatments, and insecticides.
Topics include arthropods, rodents, snakes, mosquitoes, history, videos, endangered species, and groundwater protection.
A QA shall, during the current certification period, obtain 12 CEU's in order to renew the certification for one year or 24 CEU's in order to renew for two years. This bundle provide 12 CEU's in ag for qualified applicators. Courses include right-of-way applications, seed treatment, turf grass species, weed ID & herbicides, turf grass culture, insects, and mosquitoes.
This package is designed to allow Arizona Pest Management Division (Structural) approved Qualified Applicators to earn 12 GENERAL continuing education credits. As per the Arizona PDM, Qualified Applicators must complete 12 CEUs per year. Applicators may renew their licenses annually or every 2-years by May 31st. Courses include mosquitoes, bed bugs, cockroaches, wood destroying organisms, powderpost beetles, and spiders.
Topics include species, habitat, biology, videos, food, diseases, and control.
Topics include color coding, donning, doffing, types, safety precautions, and videos.
Topics include weed characteristics, control methods, types of control, herbicides and their characteristics, and Integrated Vegetation Management.
Topics include road shoulders, ditches, drains, road crossings, herbicide injections, basal and foliar treatment, storage yards, railroads, chemical side trimming, and selective and non-selective vegetation management.
Course Topics include background, description, biology, habitat, culture, fertility, pest management, growth regulation, disease control, nematodes, insect problems, and best management practices.
Topics include description, growth regulators, fungicidal, anti-microbial, chemical, insecticides, agriculture, benefits and risks, advantages and disadvantages, IPM, protection, purpose, videos, neonicotinoids, and plant health.
Topics include foaming techniques, effectiveness, sewer treatment, root control, treatment plants, environmental concerns, building laterals, dilution, flow, slope and grade, metam-sodium, dichlobenil, chemical and mechanical control, factors, and methods.
Course topics include composition, properties, make-up, nutrient analysis, IPM, and videos.
Course topics include webs, biology, feeding, videos, body structure, circulation and respiratory, feeding, digestion & excretion, CNS, locomotion, ecology, prey, family tree, and humans.
Topics include social behavior, mounds, tunneling, fungi garden, videos, hierarchy, queen, workers, and temperature control.
Course topics include mowing, frequency, directional, vertical recycling, irrigation, thatch, aeration, liming, and videos.
Course topics include parts of a grass plant, description, reference chart, classification, and videos.
This course is 2 credits and covers biology, habit, physiology, and description.
Topics include scalping, mowing, vertical mowing, watering, salt, and irrigation.
Course topics include warm and cool season turf grasses, use, adaptation, videos, and culture.
Topics include diseases, hosts, symptoms, life cycle, management, and videos.
Course topics include choosing and purchasing insecticides, sanitation, locations, remedies, treatment, equipment, and videos.
Topic include Rodents, Rats, exclusion, sanitation, trapping, bait stations, glue-stations, safety, labels, videos, control, management, rodenticides, and monitoring.
Course topics include species, annuals, perennials, biennials, favorable environments, pre-emergence, post-emergence, and contact.
Topics include prevention, videos, risk, research, history, symptoms, signs, mosquitoes.
Topics include termites, borers, videos, equipment, drywood, dampwood, inspection, types, and control.
Topics include borates, pentachlorophenol, CCA, copper azole, napthalene, new technology, water-borne, oil-borne, methods, and environmental concerns.
Topics include introduction, history, hazards, chemical preservatives, AWPA, videos, types, and methods.
This course covers safety, re-entry intervals, regulations, wps, PPE, and EPA.
Topics include transmission, history, treatment, prevention, virology, symptoms, signs, biology, and risks.