Private Applicator License Training

Your employees can get the skills they need to pass the Washington State Private Applicator License test for pesticides through this two-day, interactive course. This course is for anyone whose job includes the application of restricted use pesticides for the purpose of growing an agricultural commodity. These include herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, rodenticides, fumigants, etc.

Choose from Several 2-Day Workshops
8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Spanish Language Sessions

  • November 4-5, 2021
  • November 18-19, 2021
  • January 6-7, 2022
  • January 20-21, 2022
  • February 17-18, 2022
  • March 17-18, 2022

English Language Sessions

  • December 9-10, 2021
  • February 3-4, 2022
  • March 3-4, 2022
REGISTRATION FEE:
  • $200/participant
ADDITIONAL COSTS:
  • $35/book (order English version here / order Spanish version here)
  • Books will not be available to purchase on-site. Be sure to order in advance. Shipping time is estimated to be 5-6 business days.
  • Study materials are a prerequisite for the course. Make sure you read them prior to the course.

Classes limited to 12 participants. Contact Monica at Sanchez_M@heritage.edu if you would do not see your preferred session and would like to be waitlisted. Additional sessions will also be offered in October.

Classes fill up quickly! Register now!

Important Information

All sessions take place at Radio KDNA:
121 Sunnyside Ave, Granger, WA 98932
Directions

Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to session start.

WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?

“I feel that the pesticide applicator license program will be a very valuable tool. By helping their workforce achieve these credentials, our farms will increase safety and promote employee skill sets simultaneously. The ability for our farms to effectively and safely apply chemicals for plant protection is a priority of the industry. WORKER SAFETY, EMPLOYEE EMPOWERMENT, FOOD SAFETY! WIN, WIN, WIN!”

– Mathias Gargus

“Perrault Farms strongly believes in investing in human capital by creating training opportunities. We’re very fortunate to have a local (accredited) university eager to fulfill our training needs. With the complexities and liabilities associated with pesticide application, we’ll be sending all of our applicators to this training.”

– Jeff Perrault

For more information, contact:

Monica Sanchez
Program Coordinator
sanchez_m@heritage.edu