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The Pest Management Career Training Course

Required training for those wishing to become licensed in New York.
This course consists of classroom lectures, homework assignments and  exams.  

A minimum grade of 70 and attendance at all sessions is required for passing.  

Students who pass will receive a certificate which will allow them to take the state exams.  

TOPICS COVERED ARE: LABEL INTERPRETATION, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, PEST IDENTIFICATION AND BIOLOGY, PESTICIDE TYPES AND USES, EQUIPMENT, APPLICATION TECHNIQUES, IPM, LAWS AND REGULATIONS.

DATES:             February 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, March 8, 9 10, 15, 16, 2022

TIME:                6:00 pm to 9:30 pm.

LOCATION:      Bug Off’s Career Training Center 1085 Saint Nicholas Ave (164-165 Sts.), New York, NY 10032

COST:               Entire course, including manuals: $600.00

Pre-registration is required. Space is limited. Payment is final. Under no circumstances will registration be allowed at the door.

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Assessment-Based Management (ABM):

Designing Non-Chemical Control Programs

Presented by Chris Phillips, ACE, AP&G/Catchmaster

Incorporating ABM into your pest management practices. The importance of assessment; designing the game plan; selecting the right tools; creating documentation. Scenarios for crawling insects, rodents, mosquitoes and flies in residences, food establishments and healthcare facilities.

Wednesday, March 30, 2022

5:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Bug Off Career Training Center, 1085 Saint Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10032

Note: If you arrive late or leave early for the training portion of the event, you will not receive a certificate.  

Persons without photo ID may not sign the roster or be issued a course certificate.

Cost: $45.00

Payment is final

Absolutely no registration at the door

NYS DEC Credits: CORE – 1.50 (Good for ALL Categories)

7A – 1.50, 7F – 1.50, 8 – 1.50

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Rodent Technology Update

Featuring: John Phil, Bell Labs

This workshop offers a briefing on best management practices for baiting and trapping and introduces us to the latest advancements in monitoring and sensing technologies.

Thursday, April 21, 2022

5:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Bug Off Career Training Center, 1085 Saint Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10032

Note: If you arrive late or leave early for the training portion of the event, you will not receive a certificate.  

Persons without photo ID may not sign the roster or be issued a course certificate.

Cost: $45.00

Payment is final

Absolutely no registration at the door

NYS DEC Credits: CORE – 0.50 (Good for ALL categories)

7A – 2.50, 7F – 2.50, 8 – 2.50

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 Rodent Control – What’s New? (almost full)

An advanced training program on rodents and their control from a public health and economic loss perspective. Learn how to prepare a customized plan based on a thorough assessment. There will be a special emphasis on best management practices and latest innovations.

Thursday, September 17, 2020

12:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Bug Off Career Training Center, 1085 Saint Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10032

Note: If you arrive late or leave early for the training portion of the event,

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The Fly

An advanced training program on flies and their control in residential, commercial and healthcare facilities. Learn about their biology and habits; breeding site preferences; health impact. There will be a special emphasis on the latest products, techniques and equipment.

Tuesday, February 25, 2020
12:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Bug Off Career Training Center, 1085 Saint Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10032

Note: If you arrive late or leave early for the training portion of the event, you will not receive a certificate.
Persons without photo ID may not sign the roster or be issued a course certificate.

Cost: $40.00
NO REGISTRATION AT THE DOOR
Payment is final

NYS DEC Credits: 7A – 3.0, 7F – 3.0, 8 – 3.0

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Introducing contraception as a novel approach to rodent control. Understanding rodent mating habits and reproductive capacity so as to limit fecundity factors. It’s all about layers of control and introducing disruptive techniques in order to overcome stubborn behavior.

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