Nevada Integrated Pest Management Continuing Education Unit (CEU)

The Nevada Integrated Pest Management Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is hosted by eXtension. When you click on the link below, right click and choose “Open Link in New Tab.” You will then be able to move between this webpage with instructions and the eXtension webpages.

The link for eXtension is https://campus.extension.org/ - it will take you to the page below.

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The first time you go to the site, you will have to create an account – click on the “Log In” button top right of the page to create a new account (red circle) and it will take you to the page below.

Graphic of the extension online campus website showing how to create a new account

If you have an existing account and password, enter it in the log in boxes on the left hand side of this page.

If it is your first time at the site, you will need to click on the “create new account” button (blue circle).  Fill in the required information on the New account form and then click on the “Create my new account.”

Graphic of the extension online campus website showing how to create an account

eXtension will send you an email with log in instructions. Go back to the home page, https://campus.extension.org and click on the log in button again. The same log in page will show up. This time enter your new username and password.

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Then, the following menu will come up; click on Nevada.

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When you search “Nevada, the following courses are shown:

graphic of the extension online course website showing how to navigate to the CEU course

Click on the Nevada Integrated Pest Management Continuing Education Unit (CEU) (red circle above). When it pops up, click “Enroll me” (blue circle below).

graphic of the extension online campus website showing how to enroll in the CEU course

It will take you to the course page shown below. You must watch each module in order. You must take and pass the quiz at the end of each module to move to the next module. At the end of the 6 modules and associated quizzes, you will receive a certificate for I (one) Nevada general Pesticide Safety CEU. The course number is NV-18-194. The CEU will be reported to the Nevada Department of Agriculture. Contact Melody Hefner at 775-336-0247 or hefnerm@unce.unr.edu with any questions or concerns.

graphic of the extension online campus website showing all of the course modules for the CEU course

Hefner, M. 2020, Nevada Integrated Pest Management Continuing Education Unit Course, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno. IP

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