Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Registration is Open! - 2016 Aquatic Weed Control Short Course





Join us for the 2016 Aquatic Weed Control Short Course, the largest and most inclusive training for Florida Pesticide Licensing and CEUs. Become a more qualified professional, engage with your industry, and network with your peers! 


The Short Course is designed to benefit both new and experienced applicators alike. Register today at the early rate of $245, and save $50!


Why Should You Attend?

  • Earn 20+ Florida CEUs in a combination of categories
  • Take Florida Certification Exams
  • Exam Study and Q&A Sessions
  • Interactive Pesticide Application Equipment Calibration Training Sessions
  • Live Plant Identification Sessions
  • General Standards (CORE) Training
  • Aquatic Pest Control Training
  • Natural Areas Weed Management Training
  • Right-of-Way Weed Management Training




Sponsoring the Aquatic Weed Control Short Course increases your brand recognition and exposure to more than 400 applicators in person, and 5000+ applicators via digital and printed publicity announcements. Multiple sponsorship levels are available. 


Click here to learn more and become a sponsor today!




Fort Lauderdale Coral Springs Marriott


Reservation Cut-Off Date:

April 10, 2016


Special Group Rate:

$107/night + tax (Regular Room)


Call 954-753-5598 to request Reservations, or book your room online. (Group Code: AQT)







This meeting is organized by the University of Florida/IFAS Office of Conferences & Institutes (OCI).


We are pleased to provide meeting and logistics management for the Aquatic Weed Control Short Course in support of the IFAS mission to develop knowledge in agriculture, natural resources, and the environment, and to make that knowledge accessible to sustain and enhance the quality of human life. OCI is a full service conference planning division dedicated to assisting groups that share in this focus.




Jasmine Garcia | Short Course Coordinator | j.garcia@ufl.edu | 352-294-3584




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