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CEU Requirements and Opportunities Guide

A Guide To CEUS and Continuing Education Opportunities

A reference guide for CCAs to use to understand the different criteria for maintaining the CCA certification and various options for obtaining Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) is now available from the Iowa CCA Program.

Included in the document is information about the specific requirements needed to maintain CCA certification, including the time frames and details of CEUs. Also included are a variety of different activities that qualify for CEUs as well as information about specialty certification and other useful links and reference material.

Download the guide here:

By |2020-10-06T16:36:08-05:00October 6th, 2020|Featured, News|

Pesticide Applicator Self-Service Site Now Available From IDALS

Pesticide Applicator Self-Service Site Now Available From IDALS

Pesticide applicators and licensed businesses have a new way to apply for their certification, pay fees, and check on their status. The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship (IDALS) has launched a self-service portal for pesticide applicators meant to streamline the certification process.

First-time users will need to register to use the online site. Once registered, users can check on their status, pay fees, and retrieve certification numbers. The site also works for licensed businesses and private applicators.

Additionally, for new applicators who will be working for a licensed business under the supervision of a certified applicator and need to take the private applicator test as the workaround during the COVID-19 pandemic, registration, and payment of fees can be done directly from the portal. A successfully completed test immediately provides a certified applicator number.

The self-service portal uses each pesticide applicator’s unique certification number to match their application and payment to their training and testing history.

To apply for a new or renew an existing pesticide applicator license, individuals will use their certification number to log-in to the self-service portal. The licensee can submit their application, test results, and payment online.

Once in-person testing resumes, proctored test locations will use each applicator’s unique certification number when uploading the test results to the self-service portal. The portal will link the user’s training and testing information to the application and payment records stored in the online system.

Once the application, payment, training, and testing information are received, the licenses and certifications will be processed and sent directly to the applicant.

By moving the process online, individual pesticide applicators can access their records anytime by logging into the self-service portal. The system also has a public search function that empowers customers and employers to verify that their pesticide applicators are licensed to work in the state of Iowa.

Questions about the self-service site can be directed to the Pesticide Bureau via email [email protected]

By |2020-04-27T16:45:35-05:00April 24th, 2020|Featured, News|