Gail Woolcott 
New Jersey Landscape Contractors Association 


Thursday, May 4, 2017 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM EDT
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Al D. Landscaping, Tree and Garden Supply
174 Sedore Ave.
Fairview, NJ 07024

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NJLCA-U: Basic Pesticide Training en Espanol 

Basic Pesticide Training Course in Spanish

Offered by

The New Jersey Landscape Contractors Association
Approved by the Department of Environmental Protection

Join the NJLCA for you and all of your employees to earn their Pesticide Operator license or prepare to sit for the Pesticide Applicator Exam and save yourself time and money!  NJLCA members will save $35 per attendee!  Each class is limited to 50 people, so register early!

Basic Pesticide Training Course in Spanish
, May 4, 2017, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Basic Pesticide Training Class is required for all those wishing to become either Certified Pesticide Applicators or Pesticide Operators-those who work under the supervision of a Certified Pesticide Applicator.  This is REQUIRED training for taking the DEP Core Exam and for all Operator's Licenses.  At the end of your class, you will receive a certificate that is your responsibility to keep for your records.  For additional information on licensing, visit: http://www.nj.gov/dep/enforcement/pcp/bpo-licensing.htm 


Location: Al D. Landscaping, Tree and Garden Supply
174 Sedore Ave., Fairview, NJ 07024

Price (includes pizza and soda):

 This course will cover:

(1) The proper use of the application equipment;
(2) The hazards that may be involved in applying the pesticides;
(3) Instructions for mixing pesticides to be used in particular circumstances;
(4) Protective clothing and safety equipment required during the handling and application of pesticides;
(5) General precautions to be followed in the disposal of containers as well as the cleaning and decontamination of the equipment which the commercial pesticide operator proposes to use;
(6) Applicable State and Federal pesticide laws and regulations;
(7) An understanding of how to correctly interpret pesticide label and labeling information;
(8) An understanding of the principles of integrated pest management (IPM).