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09 January 2020

New categories and cards for BPCA Registered

BPCA Registered announces new categories and cards for employees registered on its individual recognition and CPD scheme.

828 bpca registered cards announced

BPCA Registered now has a range of cards relevant to both the role you carry out and your level of qualification.

It’s important to ensure that we provide you with the right card so please check that we have all your qualifications registered on your account.

To add new qualifications, simply go to your account on the CPD area of our website and click on the “Add qualifications” button. 

What's new?

Here's a full list of all the cards and the qualifications you need to carry them:

bpca cards You will receive this card if you are non technical staff registered with the scheme.
bpca cards 2 You will receive this card if you are in a technical role but have not yet achieved the Level 2 Award in Pest Management.
bpca cards 3 You will receive this card for if you are in a technical role ONLY carrying out bird control activities and have achieved a minimum of the BPCA Certificate in Bird Management accreditation.
bpca cards 4 You will receive this card if you are in a technical role and have achieved one of the following qualifications:
  • Level 2 Award in Pest Management (or equivalent)
  • Level 2 Certificate in Pest Management
  • BPC Diploma Part 1 (previously BPC Diploma)
  • Level 2 Certificate in Pest Control.
bpca cards 5 You will receive this card if you are in a technical role ONLY carrying out fumigations and have achieved a minimum of the Level 3 Award in Safe Use of Fumigants for Invertebrate Pests. This will include the mandatory Unit 1 and at least one other additional unit.
bpca cards 6 You will receive this card if you are in a technical role and have achieved either:
  • BPCA Advanced Technician in Pest Management
  • Level 3 Award in Pest Management
  • BPC Diploma Part 2.
bpca cards 7 You will receive this card if you are in a technical role and have passed the BPCA accredited Certificated Technical Inspector examination.
bpca cards 8 You will receive this card if you are in a technical role and have passed the BPCA accredited Certificated Field Biologist examination.
bpca cards 9 You will receive this card if you have achieved the RSPH Level 3 Diploma in Pest Management qualification.

Not on BPCA Registered yet?

Learn more about BPCA Registered or ask our team about moving to our CPD scheme today.

registered@bpca.org.uk

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