APPROVED INTERNET COURSES FOR MASSACHUSETTS 2017

RECERTIFICATION TRAINING - PMEP DISTANCE LEARNING CENTER

 

Required Announcement

Attendance during the training

Pesticide Applicators / Dealers receiving credit must sit and be present through the entirety of the training in order to obtain the CEU’s that are being offered. The applicator may NOT partake in any activities that would distract or otherwise draw attention away from the training. This includes but is not limited to the following:

• Taking or making phone calls

• Using phones for anything that is not related to the class that is being provided

• Coming in late

• Leaving early

• Being disruptive

Identification to obtain CEU

By receiving the CEU or Contact Hour Certificate for the training you are attesting to be the individual that is registered for the workshop. Should the training provider and/or Department discover that the individual attending the training and possessing the CEU is making false identity claims, the individuals involved may be penalized by revocation or suspension of pesticide license(s).

Submission of CEU’s to the Department

After the training, the Contact Hour Certificate or CEU will be issued; however, it will NOT be signed or endorsed by the training providers unless it is first properly completed with the applicators information (Complete name and license number).

Please note: You are to hold onto this CEU and are only required to send in to the Department IF you are audited. The Department will not accept a CEU that does not have both the applicators signature and the training providers’ signature. Only the original signed CEU will be accepted during the audit.

Training Providers Rights

The training provider and/or Department reserves the right to withdraw or revoke contact hours or CEU’s if any of the above listed behaviors are observed/experienced or violates any of the providers’ instructions/policies.

 

 

(Note: Courses with NA in credit column are not approved for credit in Massachusetts)
COURSE NUMBER and NAME SPONSOR COURSE NO Contact Hour
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Module 4:        Toxicity of Pesticides
Cornell University 2017-000128
1

Module 6:        Ecology and Environment
Cornell University 2017-000129
1

Module 7:        Safety Precautions with Pesticides
Cornell University 2017-000130
1

Module 8:        Personal Protection
Cornell University 2017-000131
1

Module 20:      Weatherwise Application
Cornell University NA
NA

Module 21:      Pesticide Disposal
Cornell University NA
NA

Module 22:      Pesticide Storage
Cornell University NA
NA

Protecting Water from Pesticide Pollution
Cornell University 2017-000140
1

Swede Midge Biology and Management
Cornell University 2017-000145
1

Insect Biocontrol
Cornell University NA
NA

Ecology of Weed Management
Cornell University 2017-000132
1

Mechanical Weed Management
Cornell University NA
NA

Sweet Corn IPM
Cornell University 2017-000146
1

Beating Phytophthora Blight
Cornell University 2017-000126
1

Scouting Basics – How’s and Why’s
Cornell University 2017-000142
1

Introduction to Developing IPM Strategies
Cornell University 2017-000136
1

Introduction to NEWA & Its Use In IPM
Cornell University 2017-000148
1

Nozzle Selection & Calibration in Orchard Canopy Sprayers
Cornell University 2017-000135  1
Nozzle Selection & Calibration in Vineyard Canopy Sprayers
Cornell University 2017-000137 1
Weed Suppressive Groundcovers
Cornell University
NA NA
Bed Bugs Part 1 - Introduction to Bed Bugs and Their Behavior
Cornell University NA NA
Bed Bugs Part 3 - Integrated Management
Cornell University 2017-000125 1  
Effective Spraying with Backpack Sprayers
Cornell University 2017-000143 1
Effective Spraying with Boom Sprayers
Cornell University 2017-000144 1
Asian Soybean Aphid Integrated Pest Management on Soybeans
Cornell Universty 2017-000124 1  
Current Status of Herbicide Resistance in Weeds
Cornell University  NA NA
How Herbicides Work
Cornell University 2017-000134 1
What is Herbicide Resistance?
Cornell University 2017-000147 1
Scouting After a Herbicide Application & Confirming Herbicide
Cornell University 2017-000141 1
Principles of Managing Herbicide Resistance
Cornell University 2017-000139 1
Pasture Fly Management on the Dairy Cornell University  2017-000138  1  
Fly Control on the Dairy: Barn Fly IPM Cornell University 2017-000127  1  
IPM for Foliar Diseases of Soybeans  Cornell University  2017-000133  1  

 

The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources has raised the number for allowable contact hours or continuing education units earned from a Web-Based Training (WBT) to ½. The number of credits allowed for WBT will now be the following:

Credential Type Required # of CEU # of CEU allowed for WBT
Commercial Certification 12 6
Private Applicator 12 6
Commercial Applicator 6 3
Dealer 3 1.5