Annual Education Conference

The 2021 Annual Meeting has been cancelled.

In making the decision, the NMVCA Board considered various issues regarding the Conference including provisions for social distancing,uncertainty about travel restrictions,food service, planning,the ability to secure speakers to fill the program elements for recertification, refund policies plus several other unknowns. It was a difficult decision to cancel.

If your pesticide applicator license expires on April 15, 2022, you can renew the license by attending a recertification training session. If you do not attend a recertification session and your license expires, you will need to re-test.The recertification and initial training sessions for both General Standards (00) and the Public Health category (09) will be offered between January –April at several locations across the state by the University of Nebraska Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP) Office. The 2022 recertification and training sessions are not yet posted to the web site, but please check back periodically for details about when and where the sessions will be available.

Recertification options:

1.  Online training will be offered through  Applicators will need to take General Standards (00) and Public Health (09) along with any other certification categories they might hold on their applicator license.

2.  In-Person recertification training sessions for Public Health (09), pre-registration required at or by calling 402-472-1632.

Initial training:

1.  Register online or by calling the PSEP office at 402-472-1632.  Pre-registration is required.

The NMVCA will post re-certification sites and times in the January newsletter.  Please contact NMVCA Board members if you have questions.