Home Inspector Pesticide Applicator Accreditation

Home Inspector Pesticide Applicator Accreditation

 

While anyone in New Jersey can do a pest inspection without a license, please remember that many lenders require a NPMA-33 from be submitted by a home inspector.  Only those Home Inspectors with a Commercial Pesticde Applicator Licenses are permitted to complete the NPMA-33 form.

 

 

In order to become a Certified Commercial Pesticde Applicator in the state of New Jersey, you can attend our NJ DEP accredited Basic Pesticide Training / CORE and Category 7B Termites & Other Wood Destroying Insects Courses.   Afterward you will need to take the corresponding exams for each course with the NJ DEP and successfully pass.

 

What is the Basic Pesticide Training Course?  

 

The purpose of this training is to provide the candidate applicator or operator with a working knowledge, at a minimum, of the following information. The basic course for applicators and operators are the same.

The content of the Basic Pesticide Training Course is to include at a minimum:

  • Proper use of application equipment;

  • Hazards that may be involved in applying pesticides;

  • Instructions for mixing pesticides used in particular circumstances;

  • Protective clothing & safety equipment required during the handling & application of pesticides;

  • General precautions to be followed in the disposal of containers, as well as the cleaning and decontamination of equipment;

  • Applicable State/Federal pesticide laws & regulations;

  • Understand /correctly interpret label and labeling information;

  • Understand principles of Integrated Pest Management.

 

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Basic Peticide Training Courses

 

What is the Category 7B Termite & Other Wood Destroying Insects Course?

 

This is a two-day 12-hour class.  This class is designed to be used in lieu of 40 hrs of on-the-job training. Commercial applicator or operator candidates are required to complete 40 hours of on-the-job training, if available.

The content of the Category 7B Training Course is to include at a minimum:

  • State Pesticide Regulations

  • Pesticide Toxicity

  • Hazards of Pesticide Use

  • Subterranean Termites

  • Pest Management and Control    

  • Pesticide Application Equipment and Techniques

  • Dry wood Termites, Formosan Termites

 

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7B Termites & Other WDI Training Courses