February 17, 2016
*February 16-18, 2016
Give your new employee the right start on their career with state of the art Apprentice Training. Classes fulfill the state requirements for 20 hours of classroom training before employees can service accounts on their own. Classes are taught by Wayne Grush, an Entomologist with a Masters’ Degree from the University of Florida and over 30 years of experience in both residential and commercial pest management.
State required sources in Federal and State Pest Industry Laws, Recognition of pests and pest damage, pesticide labels and label comprehension, pesticide safety, environmental protection, application equipment and techniques, pesticide formulations and actions, emergency procedures and pesticide cleanup, and procedures for the immediate reporting of spills and misapplications, basic principles of math, chemistry, toxicology, and entomology, non-chemical pest control techniques including biological, mechanical, and integrated pest management.
$290 for First Student
$210 for each additional student from the same company
Price includes lunch and drinks all three days.
*You must attend all three days. Classes limited to 20 students. You may register by phone or text, e-mail, snail mail, or online. Check, debit, or credit card.
NOTE: This is a 3-day event series. To register, please navigate to the first day of the series.