Here you will find useful information on a variety of topics to help you make intelligent choices on dealing with any pest problem. We have provided links to help you learn more about our industry, register for our NJDEP Accredited Classes and More!
NJPMA provides our members with continual training, comprehensive treatments and latest technology to ensure the best possible results.
NJDEP EXAMS are Now OPEN!
To streamline the pesticide exam process, a new online Pesticide Applicator Certification Exam Registration (PACER) system has been created and is available for your use. Rutgers University, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP), spent more than a year planning, coding and developing the PACER system and website to replace the time-intensive paper application process, improving the user experience.
The PACER system and exams are administered by the Office of Continuing Professional Education (OCPE), part of Rutgers Cooperative Extension at the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station at Rutgers University. Your user experience is paramount to Rutgers OCPE and we invite you to provide feedback after you have used the new PACER system for your next exam.
New Jersey Pest Management Association members are trained to bring you the most comprehensive treatments using the latest technology. We work closely with the NJ DEP to bring continual training to industry technicians. We educate students in Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to deliver the most effective treatments by employing through inspections, monitoring, and only then using the least amount of effective materials to achieve the highest quality results you deserve.
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PESTICIDE PAPER LICENSE DELAYS - Due to staff limitations related to the COVID 19 health emergency, processing and mailing of pesticide licenses may experience significant delays. Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for license arrival via mail. For more detailed information about License Delays please click HERE
PESTICIDE CONTINUING EDUCATION UNIT (CEU) revised ALERT - Based on the current COVID 19 public health emergency, the Department has extended an interim policy allowing 100% online CEUs for remaining credits to accommodate for applicators whose 5-year recertification cycle ends October 31, 2021. To verify if you are eligible, please click HERE.
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