Taylor County In-Person Pesticide Applicator Training & Testing

An in-person Private Applicator General Farming PAT training and testing will be held on March 24, 2023, at the Education Center, 624 College Street, Medford. By attending this training, you may pass the test with a 50% score.

8:30 a.m. registration, training starts promptly at 9 a.m. Testing (2 hours allotted) begins at 1 p.m. Come prepared:
· Photo ID or signed waiver as to why you do not have photo ID (call us for more information).
· Provide your social security number on the exam.
· The current general farming manual – that you have reviewed
· Cell phones may not be used

Register for the in-person training ($10) and obtain the manual ($40) online by March 10, 2023, at https://patstore.wisc.edu/secure/browse_cat.asp?category_id=30


call 608-262-7588 to reserve your seat for the March 24th training ($10). Your manual order ($40) and $10 training fee must be received within 3 weeks of your reservation, or your reserved seat will expire. The order form provided below may be mailed in with a check for $50.

Each person taking the training must have their own manual. Manuals are NOT available at the Extension office, and they are NOT available the day of the training/testing.

Visit the Pat Store online for more information about online ZOOM training and scheduling an exam at a participating County Extension Office or with Pearson Vue (a testing company). Extension Taylor County will proctor PAT exams (from online training or from using the self-study option) by appointment only, calling 715-748-3327 ext. 3. Self-study involves buying the book from the PAT Store and passing the test at 70%.

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