Pesticide Safety Education Program

Wyoming Applicator Educational Programs

and options for Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

If you are planning on taking exams, your success of passing is greatly improved if you have read the appropriate training manuals.  All exam questions are derived from manual text for category manuals updated since 2015,   Manuals are available from UW Extension Communications & Technology. Downloadable PDFs are available here. For questions regarding the printed manuals contact: • 307-766-5157.

2022 Commercial Applicator Re-certification is scheduled to be offered in-person.

24 CEUs will be offered January 18-20, 2022 in Casper at the Ramkota.

The board is in the process of developing the program.

Agenda: will be made available when complete.

The Wyoming Department of Ag has requested that 4-8 hours of the program be simulcast for CEU’s for individuals who cannot attend in-person.


Registration is required by each participant in order to receive CEU’s.

Registration Link:  TBD

Cost:  TBD (Proceeds are paid to the WWMA/WABA)

Dates: 1 PM Tuesday, January 18 through 1 PM Thursday January 20, 2022


Simulcast Details:

Those individuals participating in the simulcast program will be required to register (Link TBD) prior to the event.  Once registered, you will receive an email with instructions on how to log into the Zoom meeting.  Each person participating must provide a valid email address during the registration process.  You will be required to complete a survey concerning the program content to validate your participation.


2021 New Commercial Applicator Education Program

The New Applicator Education Program will be offered in December 7-10, 2021 as a Zoom Meeting/on-line option only.

Program will consist of 4 hour blocks each day beginning at 8 AM (morning sessions only).

Topics will include:

Core Manual, Worker Protection Standard, Calibration, Basic Entomology, Weed and Disease Management Basics.  Final Program TBD

Registration Link is Live

Cost:  $65.00


Additional online self-paced CEUs are available

The UW PSEP program and UW Extension Communications & Technology are creating online modules for CEUs. These modules have been approved by the Wyoming Department of Agriculture.

Module CEUs Link Fee
Core Manual 12 Core $60
906 Manual – Rights of Way Vegetation Management 6 906 $30
Prairie Dog Management 2 PDM $10
Introduction To Mosquito Management 6 MM $30

Upon completion of these modules, a certificate will be generated that must be forwarded to the WDA to document your CEUs.

Additional online CEUs approved by WDA are listed here.  (Note: scroll down the linked page to find links to additional approved courses.)

Other option for maintaining your license

Retesting in all categories in which you are licensed is the only other option for maintaining your license.   If this is the option you choose, please contact your local county Extension Office or the Wyoming Department of Agriculture 307.777.7324.


Product-specific training is now required for all applicators who apply RUP formulations of dicamba and all formulations containing paraquat.

Training is required for these two products prior to loading, mixing, handling, or application. You do not need to show proof of training prior to purchase.

The Wyoming Department of Agriculture (WDA) has approved the Nebraska PSEP dicamba online training program. The program is designed to fulfill the 2018 (and beyond) label training requirements for three new RUP dicamba products: Xtendimax, Engenia, and Fexapan. If you plan an application of any of these three products you must complete the training.

  • This applies to both commercial and private applicator license holders.
  • The training is hosted on eXtension Campus website. You must register with eXtension Campus before you can sign-up for the course.
  • There is no cost to this training. The WDA is awarding 2 CEUs upon the successful completion of the dicamba program.
  • You can print a certificate once the course is completed.
  • Please email your certificates of completion to the Wyoming Department of Agriculture (see link at the bottom of this page) for credit to be issued.
  • For instructions and access to the training use this link to UNL’s website

Paraquat specific training