In Linn Benton Community College

October 16th and 17th, 2014 at LBCC Albany Campus CC213

This is an 8-hour class in Spanish over two mornings

Are you preparing to take the Laws and Safety test to obtain your commercial or public applicator license?

Do you have an employee who has studied hard but still failed the ODA pesticide applicator Laws and Safety exam?

Do you have an employee who would like additional training in pesticide application and safety? 

Do you need credits to keep your pesticide applicator license active?

 

This class includes all topics listed on the ODA studying guidelines for the Laws and Safety examination required to obtain Commercial and Public Pesticide Applicator Licenses, and it will help you:

  • Review the laws and institutions that regulate pesticides, pesticide labels, pest control methods, and pesticide safety.
  • Hear about safety practices on the job site with emphasis on personal as well as environmental health.
  • Comprehend pesticide product labels.
  • Obtain recertification credits for those attendees who already have current license.
  • This training is geared for those working in the following fields: Commercial Agriculture, Commercial Nurseries and Landscape, School Pest Managers, Utility Companies, Golf Courses, and Federal, State, and Local Government Offices.

The cost for the two-morning class is $99 (which includes all materials). To sign up to take the ODA test please call Metro Institute at (877) 533-2900 and indicate specifically the test(s) you want to take. Each cost $58 to be paid by credit card. You can find more information on licenses and corresponding tests at: http://www.oregon.gov/ODA/programs/Pesticides/Licensing/Pages/LicenseTypes.aspx

 

Test Dates

Tuesday, October 21st, 8 am to 12 pm, Forum 202

Tuesday, November 18th, 8 am to 12 pm, Forum 202

Tuesday, December 16th, 8 am to 12 pm, Forum 202

 

 

LBCC, Albany Campus, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW

Class size is limited; reserve your space now by calling (541) 917-4929

Small Business Development Center

www.linnbenton.edu/sbdc

For disability accommodations, call 917-4789.