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Reminder: Several Options for Online Continuing Education to License/Certificate Holders

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We wanted to provide this reminder of the existing options for online continuing education courses that are available.

Please remember the following:

  • Renewal deadlines for license/certificate holders is December 31, 2020
  • DPR notes renewal packets submitted by November 1 guarantee license/certificate by January 1
    • Submit the renewal soon
  • Licenses/certificates holders renewing every two years include the last names starting with A to L in 2020
Name of OrganizationLicense Type(s)Registration Fees (Yes/No)Weblink
CAPCA EDPCA, QAL, QAC,
CCA, PA
Yes – monthly subscriptionhttps://capca.com/education/
CAPCA On-DemandCCAYes – monthly subscriptionhttps://capca.com/onlinece/
Certified Crop AdviserCCAYes – subscriptionhttps://www.certifiedcropadviser.org/
Department of Pesticide RegulationPCA, QAL, QAC,
CCA, PA, Pilots
Yes – $20 to print
No – free if online
https://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/dept/dpr003.pdf
4-hours laws & regs approved only for 2020 (see highlight on link)
Department of Pesticide Regulation (various approved courses)PCA, QAL, QAC,
CCA, PA, Pilots
Yes and No
DPR approved CE
Farm Progress Western Farm PressPCA, QAL, QAC,
CCA, PA
Yes and Nohttps://agceuonline.com/
UC Statewide IPM ProgramPCA, QAL, QAC,
CCA, PA
Yes – early bird prices through October 31http://ipm.ucanr.edu/training/ 
http://rice.ucanr.edu/

Key: CAPCA = California Association of Pest Control Advisers; PCA = Pest Control Adviser; QAL = Qualified Applicator License; QAC = Qualified Applicator Certificate; CCA = Certified Crop Adviser; PA = Private Applicator

Note: online courses provide 1.0, 1.5 or 2.0 hours of continuing education unless the event is similar to a conference. 

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