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26 November 2018

VIDEO: Pest management training with the British Pest Control Association

We take pest control seriously at the British Pest Control Association. If you know a little, you’ll make a little impact. But if you know a lot then, well, your impact is potentially huge.

We've put together a video so you can better understand how BPCA delivers training and qualifications to the pest management sector.

 

We're the leading authority on pest management in the UK. Our training programmes enable pest professionals to grow and develop - no matter how experienced you already are.

Pest professionals need significant levels of training to understand the biological, cultural, physical and chemical methods we use to manage pests. But most importantly, you need to know how to professionally protect homes and businesses.

BPCA is a not-for-profit organisation committed to developing an industry of trained and qualified professionals, who are devoted to doing the job right.

The BPCA Training Pathway can take you from foundational pest management skills, right through to advanced qualifications and practices.

 686 BPCA Training Pathway

If you’re serious about pest control, we’re serious about you. Whether you’re getting started in the pest management industry, or you want to advance your knowledge - BPCA qualifications and training are essential. Luckily, our engaging tutors are real experts in the industry, focused on making you the best you can be.

Need more proof?

Take a look at what some of our learners said on our website or book a training programme today at bpca.org.uk/training

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