2020 Youth Farm Tractor & Machinery Safety Training Program

Youth Farm Tractor & Machinery Safety Training Registration

Registrations due by January 3rd for best price. Limited to the first 35 youth.

Pre-registration is required.

Extension Dodge County in cooperation with high school agriculture instructors and industry professionals will be offering the Youth Farm Tractor and Equipment Operations Safety Training program for 2020. This program includes classroom instruction and a practical test and is held only once each year.

This course’s curriculum is the model for county programs across the country and includes instruction on topics: Safety-It’s an Attitude; Livestock Safety; Pesticide Safety; Electrical Safety; Confined Space Safety and many others.

2020 Classroom dates are three Saturdays – January 11, January 18 and January 25.

Attending all 3 classes is required to meet the 24 hours of training requirements.

All Classes will be held in the Dodge County Administrative Building Auditorium, 127 East Oak Street, Juneau. Classes are 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., with a short break in the morning and afternoon and lunch about noon. Students must bring their lunch. Parents should plan on attending the first 45 minutes of the first class for orientation. Dates for the late April/early May practical driving test at the fairgrounds will be announced to participants when registrations are confirmed.

Pre-registration is required. Registration fees are $35 per youth if registered by January 3.

$45.00 from January 4th until the class is full at 35 registrants.

To register, complete a registration form for each youth and return with payment to Extension Dodge County, 127 East Oak Street, Juneau. WI 53039. Registration forms are also available at the Extension Office as well.

Wisconsin state law (Act 455) requires that any youth under the ages 12–16 who operates a tractor or self-propelled equipment on the highway for a parent, must successfully complete a Tractor and Machinery Safety program. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) require those youths ages 14-16 that work for a non-parent must complete an approved farm safety course. Class participants younger than 14 will receive their federal certificate after they turn 14.

For more information, contact the Extension office at 920-386-3790, visit the Extension Dodge County website at https://dodge.extension.wisc.edu or connect with us on Facebook.

 

 

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