Recertification Credits

Nebraska Urban Pest Management Conference 2021 

This is a live webinar training. All participants are asked to join the webinar via the link below so their attendance can be properly recorded. There is no call-in option for this webinar. If you are seeking recertification credit for this training, please listen during the webinar for instructions from the moderator.

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY FOR IMPORTANT RECERTIFICATION INFORMATION:

•  Recertification credit/hours will only be awarded to the individual attendee that has registered for the webinar.

•  Your email address will be used to track your attendance and participation at the webinar.

•  Attendees must enter the webinar via your unique "Join" link from GoToWebinar.

•  Additional details on recertification will be provided during the webinar

Please send your questions, comments and feedback to Chanel at NSPCA nspca@pestworld.org

If you have any questions regarding continuing education credits please contact Jill-Morgan at JAubert@pestworld.org

 

Please follow the directions below for your state(s).

AR

The Nebraska Urban Pest Management Conference 2021 has been approved for recertification credit in Arkansas for all Structural Categories. Applicators must be present for the entire conference to earn credits.

CO

This meeting has been approved for Colorado applicators. Colorado applicators will be asked at the beginning of the webinar to send a selfie photo of themselves holding their Colorado applicator ID to training@pestworld.org

*** NOTE: Licensed qualified supervisors and certified operators may obtain TWO (2) Continuing Education Credits in Laws and Regulations by attending AT LEAST two of the Laws and Regulations sessions listed above. A maximum of two Laws and Regulations credits will be given. If attendance at both sessions is not documented on the verification form, then only one credit will be given.

*** NOTE: Licensed qualified supervisors and certified operators may obtain TWO (2) Continuing Education Credits in Residential/ Commercial Pest Control by attending AT LEAST two of the Residential Commercial Pest Control sessions listed above. A maximum of two Residential/ Commercial Pest Control credits will be given. If attendance at both sessions is not documented on the verification form, then only one credit will be given.

Credit is being given as follows:
1 Credit Laws and Regulations for attendance at ALL of the following session(s)
2/19 8:15 - 8:45 AM Pest Regulatory Update

1 Credit Use of Pesticides for attendance at ALL of the following session(s)
2/19 8:50 - 9:50 AM Pesticides and You: Working Safely

1 Credit Applicator Safety for attendance at ALL of the following session(s)
2/19 8:50 - 9:50 AM Pesticides and You: Working Safely

1 Credit Category 110 Public Health Pest Control for attendance at ANY ONE of the following session(s)
2/18 8:15 - 9:15 AM Pest Management and Vector Control in the US Department of Defense: Oh! The Places You Can Go!
2/19 1:10 - 2:10 PM - Myths And Fallacies About Mosquito Control: What Customers Believe and How It Impacts Sales and Service
2/19 12:00 - 1:00 PM - A Call to Arms: Flanking Fly Populations in Urban Environments

1 Credit Category 301 Wood Destroying Organism Pest Control for attendance at ALL of the following session(s)
2/19 10:00 - 11:00 AM WDI: Who and Why?

1 Credit Category 303 Fumigation for attendance at ALL of the following session(s)
2/19 2:15 - 3:15 PM - Fumigation Review

1 Credit Category 304 Residential/Commercial Pest Control for attendance at ANY ONE of the following session(s)
2/18 4:00 - 5:00 PM Rodent Control and IPM
2/18 2:55 - 3:55 PM Creating a Top-Notch Bed Bug Program
2/18 1:45 - 2:45 PM Why "IPM" has Failed to Eliminate German Cockroach Infestations: A Case for Assessment-Based Pest Management (APM).
2/18 11:45 - 12:45 PM Public Enemy #1 (& 2): Controlling Nuisance Ants and Spiders
2/18 10:35 - 11:35 AM Good Bugs Bad Bugs
2/18 9:25 - 10:25 AM Keen Observations: The Key to Successful Pest Management

IA 

The NSPCA Urban Pest Management Conference has been approved by Iowa in categories 7A, 7B, 7C, 7D, 7E, 8. 

KS

The Nebraska Urban Pest Management Conference 2021, being held February 18 – 19, 2021 has been approved for 4 recertification training hours in subcategory 7A, 6 hours in 7B and 7+ hours in 7D, 7E & 8.  A breakout of each presentation and the corresponding credit approval is below.  

Course Category
Pest Management and Vector Control in the US Department of Defense: Oh!  The Places You Can Go! Not approved
Keen Observations: The Key to Successful Pest Management 7A, 7B, 7D, 7E & 8
Good Bugs Bad Bugs 7D, 7E & 8
Public Enemy #1 (& 2):  Controlling Nuisance Ants and Spiders 7D, 7E & 8
Why "IPM" has Failed to Eliminate German Cockroach Infestations: A Case for Assessment-Based Pest Management (APM) 7B 7D, 7E & 8
Creating a Top Notch Bed Bug Program 7D, 7E & 8
Rodent Control and IPM 7B, 7D, 7E & 8
Pest Regulatory Update 7A, 7B, 7D, 7E & 8
Pesticides and You: Working Safely 7A, 7B, 7D, 7E & 8
WDI: Who and Why? 7A
A Call to Arms: Flanking Fly Populations in Urban Environments 7B, 7D, 7E & 8
Myths And Fallacies About Mosquito Control: What Customers Believe and How It Impacts Sales and Service .5 hr 7D & 8
Fumigation Review 7B

 

MO

Missouri does not approve online training.

NE

The following sessions have been approved for credit, unless otherwise noted, in the categories listed below.

Course Category
Pest Management and Vector Control in the US Department of Defense: Oh!  The Places You Can Go! Not approved
Keen Observations: The Key to Successful Pest Management 08
Good Bugs Bad Bugs 08
Public Enemy #1 (& 2):  Controlling Nuisance Ants and Spiders 08
Why "IPM" has Failed to Eliminate German Cockroach Infestations: A Case for Assessment-Based Pest Management (APM) 08
Creating a Top Notch Bed Bug Program 08
Rodent Control and IPM 08
Pest Regulatory Update 00
Pesticides and You: Working Safely 00
WDI: Who and Why? 08W
A Call to Arms: Flanking Fly Populations in Urban Environments 09
Myths And Fallacies About Mosquito Control: What Customers Believe and How It Impacts Sales and Service 09
Fumigation Review 11

 

NM

The following sessions have been approved for credit:

Course Category

Day 1

  • Pest Management and Vector Control in the US Department of Defense: Oh!  The Places You Can Go!
  • Keen Observations: The Key to Successful Pest Management
  • Good Bugs Bad Bugs
  • Public Enemy #1 (& 2):  Controlling Nuisance Ants and Spiders
  • Why ""IPM"" has Failed to Eliminate German Cockroach Infestations: A Case for Assessment-Based Pest Management (APM)
  • Creating a Top Notch Bed Bug Program
  • Rodent Control and IPM

 

00 - General (7 credits)     
PRAP - Private Restricted Agricultural Pesticides (7 credits)    
PRRO - Private Restricted Rodenticides Only (7 credits) 

Day 2

  • Pest Regulatory Update
  • Pesticides and You: Working Safely
  • WDI: Who and Why?
  • A Call to Arms: Flanking Fly Populations in Urban Environments
  • Myths And Fallacies About Mosquito Control: What Customers Believe and How It Impacts Sales and Service
  • Fumigation Review

 

00 - General (4 credits)     
7D - Wood-Destroying Pests (1 credit)  PRAP - Private Restricted Agricultural Pesticides (4 credits)   
PRRO - Private Restricted Rodenticides Only (4 credits)  

 

OK

The following sessions have been approved for credit in the categories listed below.

Course Category Credit
Pest Management and Vector Control in the US Department of Defense: Oh!  The Places You Can Go! 10, 8 1
Keen Observations: The Key to Successful Pest Management 10, 7A 1
Good Bugs Bad Bugs 10, 7A 1
Public Enemy #1 (& 2):  Controlling Nuisance Ants and Spiders 10, 7A 1
Why "IPM" has Failed to Eliminate German Cockroach Infestations: A Case for Assessment-Based Pest Management (APM) 10, 7A, 8 1
Creating a Top Notch Bed Bug Program 10, 7A 1
Rodent Control and IPM 10, 7A, 8 1
Pest Regulatory Update    
Pesticides and You: Working Safely 10, 7A, 7B 1
WDI: Who and Why? 10, 7B 1
A Call to Arms: Flanking Fly Populations in Urban Environments 10, 7A 1
Myths And Fallacies About Mosquito Control: What Customers Believe and How It Impacts Sales and Service 10, 8 1
Fumigation Review 10, 7C 1

 

SD

South Dakota does not approve online training.

WY

The Nebraska Urban Pest Management Conference 2021 has been approved for 13 credits.

 

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March 4, 2021
Adapt & Accelerate Series
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March 16-17, 2021
Legislative Day 2021
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March 26, 2021
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May 6-7, 2021
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