The Institute of Agriculture
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The Better Process Control School (BPCS) certifies supervisors of thermal processing systems and container closure evaluations for acidified and low-acid canned foods.
The Domestic Kitchen workshop provides an introduction to food microbiology, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), cleaning and sanitation, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP), food labeling, and allergen control for food manufacturers wishing to prepare non-potentially hazardous foods in their home kitchen.
Pesticide Safety and Education Program (PSEP) in Tennessee is a statewide educational program with an overall goal to protect the environment and the public health from improper use of pesticides by providing applicator and public education. The primary target audience includes certified and non-certified pesticide applicators of all kinds, farmworkers, and the general public.
2018 Dicamba Stewardship Training
Private Applicator Initial Certification
Private Applicator Recertification Currently only available for commercial applicators at this time, however it will be available for private applicators from January 1 – June 30, 2020.
Pesticide Spray Drift and the New Fumigation Rules (Commercial Applicators)
Introduction to Entomology (Commercial Applicators)
Understanding Pesticide Exposure and Herbicide Stewardship (Commercial Applicators)
The Tennessee Master Nursery Program (TMNP) is a professional development program designed to provide Tennessee nursery producers with the best information possible in order to enhance their profitability and long-term environmental, economic, and community sustainability.
4-H Camp Volunteer Leader Training Program
The 4-H Camp Volunteer Leader Training Program is designed to prepare both teens and adults for their participation as 4-H Camp volunteers.