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24 June 2020

New stored products insects and fly management courses added to BPCA online classroom

BPCA has announced two new taught online classroom courses. Led by industry experts, the new courses are delivered via live presentations over Zoom.

New online classroom courses for fly control and stored product insects for pest managment

Stored Product Insects (SPIs) in Food Environments and Flies and their control join the line up of BPCA online classroom courses for pest professionals.

The Stored Product Insects (SPIs) in Food Environments online classroom course will teach you how to spot SPI activity, the places you need to look when conducting surveys and how to manage and control SPI infestations.

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The Flies and their control online classroom course will help pest controllers understand the importance of controlling flies, how to monitor them and the most effective methods to eliminate them across a range of environments.

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The full lineup

BPCA announced the first virtual classroom courses last month. The roster of taught courses you can now take from the comfort of your sofa now includes:

Unlike traditional online learning courses, BPCA’s virtual classroom has a live tutor you can interact with during the day.

As in a classroom environment, candidates will be encouraged to engage in discussions, share experiences and ask questions.

Discounts for members

All BPCA training programmes and qualifications have discounts available for anyone who works for a member company.

Because the courses are new, we’ve set introductory prices for all online classroom courses.

You can take part in a course from £95+VAT.

Training pathway

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