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05 May 2019

Free micro-learning modules for pest management professionals

BPCA has released eight short online learning programmes covering key skills such as communication, data protection, health and safety, and management.

Perfect for any pest management professional looking to broaden their continuing professional development activities

Micro-learning courses allow you to study in short bursts, at your own pace. The short courses are perfect for any pest management professional looking to broaden their continuing professional development activities.

The eight courses now available are:

Karen Dawes, BPCA Training and Development Manager, said:

“We’re delighted to be able to offer a suite of microlearning resources to help the pest management community with their commitment to CPD. The micro-learning provides an opportunity to take a blended learning approach to expand your knowledge and skills.

“The courses utilise a range of online learning techniques including case studies, videos and presentation slides to make learning more relatable and enjoyable.

“We look forward to your feedback, and if you find them useful, we’ll look at making more.”

The courses are free for anyone on the BPCA Registered Scheme. Members who are not on the scheme can get access to the programmes for £10 +VAT per person. Non-members can take advantage of the short courses for £25

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