Category 7A General & Household Pest Control

Category 8A General Public Health Re-Certification Credits

This is a one-day 6-hour class.  This class is designed to be used in lieu of 40 hrs of on-the training for the Category 7A License.  In addition, you must also take the Basic Pesticide Training Course for CORE Certification to be certified. 

For Category 8A / General Public Health, this course is only valid for Re-Certification Credits.


COST: $145 

If You Have Any Questions or Difficulties Registering for This or Any Other Class.

Please Contact The NJPMA by Emailing or by calling us at: 800-524-9942


NJ DEP Credits - CORE - 4 / Cat 7A General & Household Pest Control - 8  /  Cat 8A - General Public Health - 6  (Updated 5/20)

Schedule an NJDEP Applicator License Exam

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NJ Public Health Credits - 5.0

NJ DEP Approved Training Manuals are available from your local Rutgers Extension Office. 

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PA Plants

PA Dept of Ag. Credits - CORE - 6 / Cat 11 - Household/Health Related - 4 / Cat 15 - Public Health-Vertebrate Research - 2 / Cat 23 - Park/School Pest Control - 6

NJPMA Member Exclusive:

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Members get to enjoy Express Registration.  Just a few clicks can save you money and get you on your way .

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All Attendees Must Register Online.

To Register, click on the date of the class you wish to attend below.

Walk-ins are NOT ALLOWED.  You MUST register online.

All Classes are Open for Registration, Unless marked as - SOLD OUT.

Category 7A - General & Household Pest Control -  Re-Certification Class - Wait List

All Classroom Training at the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Offices has been postponed until further notice. 

Register Here to be first on the list when these facilities re-open.   Classes will be filled on a First Come, First Serve Basis.

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Morris County (Morris Twp)

Union County (Westfield)

Monmouth County (Freehold)

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New Jersey Is Dealing With A Tick Species That Is New To America

April 21, 2018

Bruce Y. Lee, Contributor

Looks like a bunch of New Jersey residents survived the winter. But that is not really good news.

On Friday, the New Jersey Department of Agriculture announced the latest follow-up to what was described in a February 2018 publication in the Journal of Medical Entomology. The publication detailed an "uptick" in the New Jersey population that occurred last Summer.   Click Here to Read More.

NJPMA Workshops - Coming Soon!

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Basic Pesticide Training / CORE - Webinar


Basic Pesticide Training / CORE - Webinar - SPANISH CLASS - NIGHT CLASS


Basic Pesticide Training / CORE - Webinar


Basic Pesticide Training / CORE - Webinar


Category 13 - IPM in Schools - Waiting List - Date & Location TBA