Pesticide and Agronomy Training Courses
- PA1 Safe Use of Pesticides
- PA2 Mounted,Trailed, Self Propelled Boom
- PA2 Mounted, Trailed Self Propelled Downward Air Assisted Horizontal Boom
- PA3 Broadcast with Air Assistance
- PA3 Variable Boom with Air Assistance
- PA4G Trailed Granular Applicator
- PA4S Mounted Trailed Slug Pellet Applicator
- PA6 Hand Held Applicator
- PA6AW – Handheld Applicator near Water
- PA9 Pesticide Application by Mist
- PA9 Pesticide Application by Fog
- PASC Operating Automated Equipment for Applying Pesticide
- PASC Applicators plus Cultivating or Planting Equipment
- Pesticide Update
Pesticide Training Courses
Pesticide training courses keep us busy all year round. PA1 the Safe Use of Pesticides is the foundation module for all the individual applications so if it’s Boom Sprayer PA2 , Air Assisted PA3 or any of the Pesticide Application Units you will need to get this one under your belt first.
PA1 Safe Use of Pesticide is a one day course and we have extended the delivery time to also include the on line assessment on the same day.
PA6 Pesticide application by hand held applicator is often linked with the PA1 and this is a one day course with a 2hr assessment arranged for a separate day within 7 days of attending the training.
Our policy with the occasionally non achievement is to support you free of charge with only the cost of additional assessment being made.
One area to be aware of is the way the modules are now split into several units so for example PA3 is now Air Blast Sprayers, Air Assisted with Booms with and without air assistance a total of three options. We can cover two of the options with no extra cost if booked at the same time.
BASIS Certificate in Crop Protection Commercial Horticulture has been a great success and we are now running our 4th course lead by Debbie Wedge. We highly recommend the course for career development.
Horticulture has many areas of specialisium and the BASIS course brings together a tremendous amount of knowledge not only through the course material but also the huge range of expertise from the delegates.
This years BASIS Co-hort have already set up there own ‘What Up’ group.
If you would like to learn more don’t hesitate to get in touch.