State of Alaska Division of Environmental Health

Classes will be available for 6 months after date of purchase. Upon completion of all classes, email for your final signed certificate.


For more information regarding recertification of certified pesticide applicators in Alaska contact:

Mariah Ervin
State of Alaska – Pesticide Program
1700 E. Bogard Rd., Bldg. B-103
Wasilla, AK 99654
(907) 376-1870
Fax: (907) 376-2382
In-State Toll Free: (800) 478-2577

In the state of Alaska, an individual must be certified to:

  • Use or supervise the use of an EPA restricted-use pesticide;
  • Use or supervise the use of an EPA general or restricted-use pesticide for commercial purposes (for hire);
  • Satisfy the requirements of a pesticide permit;
  • Act as a pesticide consultant;
  • Purchase or sell EPA restricted-use pesticide.

In the state of Alaska, certified pesticide applicators , as per 18 AAC 90.310)a) 2, are required to obtain a minimum of 12 CEU,s, during their three year certification period, in order to renew their certification.

The state of Alaska makes provisions for an individual to renew an expired or expiring certification by:

  • Attending a training session approved by the department of Environmental Conservation or,
  • Completing a correspondence course approved by the department and passing a written or oral examination administered by the department or the department’s representative or,
  • Obtaining a minimum of 12 continuing education hours approved by the department on a special application form that can be downloaded from the website.

Continuing Education Requirements

The following educational programs have been approved in the State of Alaska for CEU credits:

Each CEU is $15.00.