Virtual online classroom pest control courses from BPCA

Take a pest management training course from the comfort of your home, office or garden with BPCA's online classroom. All you need is a device and an internet connection and you can join our courses from anywhere in the world. 

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BPCA is delivering specialist pest control training via its new online classroom. 

Unlike webinars, virtual online classrooms mix a live speaker with interactions from learning on a far smaller scale. Strictly limited to 15 learners, you'll be able to ask questions, take polls and talk to other learners.

As in a classroom environment, you'll be encouraged to engage in discussions, share experiences and ask questions.

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Advanced mole control - online classroom

Add mole control to your knowledge and skills with this half-day online classroom course.

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This course is aimed at those already working in pest control who now wish to gain a more in-depth knowledge of the principles of mole control. 

The course will cover the main impacts of mole control including:

  • Mole biology and behaviour
  • Need for mole management
  • Methods of mole control.

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Overview

Upon completion of the course, delegates will: :

  • Understand the driving factors behind mole behaviour in relation to pest management
  • Understand the role that the mole life cycle plays in developing effective management strategies
  • Understand the reasons why moles need to be controlled
  • Be able to identify the most effective types of management options across a range of environments.

The course also will include video tutorials of safe and effective mole control techniques. 

Level: Advanced
Prerequisites: None
Delivery: Online/virtual classroom only
Duration: half-day (10am-1pm)
Additional Study: None
Assessment: None
BPCA Registered CPD Points: 6
BASIS Prompt points: TBC

Whist not mandatory, we do advise that in order to get the most out of this course, delegates attending should already be qualified to a minimum of Level 2 Award in Pest Management and have a working knowledge of mole control within pest control environments.

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Delivery

Virtual classroom training by British Pest Control Association

This is a half-day virtual classroom course. 10am to 1pm.

Virtual classroom programmes have limited places, so you can ask questions and get involved in the training from the comfort of your home or work. The BPCA virtual classroom is accessible via Zoom.

To take part, you need:

  • A computer, laptop or tablet
  • An internet connection.

Smartphones will all so work, however the session is not optimised for very small screens.

This is a training course, not a webinar. Your tutor will be able to see you and you can ask questions face-to-face throughout the session. You tutor will ask you questions to check your understanding, so you’ll need to have your camera and microphone on during the teaching.

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Assessments

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There is no assessment for this course.

Upon completion of this course, you will receive a BPCA Certificate of Completion in Advanced Mole Control.

If you are on BPCA Registered you will earn 6 CPD points for completing the course.

If you are on Basis Prompt, you will receive TBC CPD points for completing the course.

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Fees

The online course fee includes access to the course and all handouts.

INTRODUCTORY OFFER

  Including VAT Excluding VAT
Members £66 £55
Non-members £84 £70

Cancellation Terms:

Course cancellations will only be accepted on receipt of written instruction and are effective from the date received by the BPCA.

  • More than 15 working days prior to course: No charge
  • 15 working days or less: 100% of fee.

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 Tutor

Steve Quick

Steve Quick has many years of experience, both working in and training others in specialist wildlife management. He's been involved in helping clients across the UK on some of the most sensitive sites in the country. 

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