Applying for a Pesticide License
Do You Know Which Applicator's License Is Appropriate For You?
Check out the following website to decide:
To access the Training Program, please choose from a category below and follow the instructions.
Before you begin, please make sure you have a valid email address and access to a working printer.
- Private Applicator Training Program
- Commercial Applicators Commercial Study Guides
- Georgia Competent Applicators of Pesticides Program (Homeowners, Public Service Employees & Volunteers)
Make sure you print your certificate and bring to our office along with required identification, Private Pesticide Applicator's License Application, Affidavit (our office can notorize this document for your convenience) and one form of acceptable Secure & Verifiable documentation. (Same documentation you will present for affidavit.) We will submit your paperwork to the Georgia Department of Agriculture and you should receive your license shortly thereafter.
* For renewal or if this is your first time obtaining a license you will need a signed affidavit and a copy of your Driver's License or other proof of ID. This can be a Driver's License, U.S. Passport, Birth Certificate, or other form of ID.
Credit hours can be earned by attending any of our local production meetings. If you are not currently on our mailing list and would like to be added, please call our office. You may check your credit hours here.