Content of training course: Invertebrate Pest species encountered in Domestic Premises. Concentrating on the wide range of insect and invertebrate species found infesting households. The course will Concentrate on insects found in the Domestic environment. On display will be preserved specimen samples.
Understanding how these invertebrates can affect households.
Damage and contamination of foodstuffs and fabrics, furniture.
Mental and physical well-being – especially with parasitic species.
Realising the importance of identifying the correct species to provide the correct control measures.
Examination of various invertebrate developmental stages.
Study and explanation of life cycles to provide optimum control measures.
Locating infestations within the domestic situation – indoors and outdoors.
Using appropriate monitoring techniques to capture specimens and gauge extent of infestation and efficiency of treatment over time.
Gathering background on history of infestation and possible spread to/from neighbouring premises.
Module 2: Management and Control of Vertebrate Pests – Assignment submission by mid August 2020.
Module 3: Management and Control of Invertebrate Pests – Assignment submission by end of September 2020.
(RSPH Level 3)
Assessment is by written examination and the completion of assignments. Candidates will be expected to refer to successful pest management treatments that they have carried out when completing their assignments. Ability to make Inspection report recommendations building effective relationships with customers.
Expert Training includes: Learning resources (provided at no extra cost), Morning Tea/Coffee – Light lunch – Afternoon Tea/Coffee
Cost: £749 (NPTA MEMBERS DISCOUNT: £699)
Venue: Owl Pest Control, Unit 19, Tallaght Business Centre, Whitestown Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24, Ireland. D24 TD42
Course will run based on a minimum of 6 Candidates. To reserve your place you must submit a booking form:
A. The Law and Risk Assessments
B. Assessing the Risks
C. How to recognise Hazards and the Risks associated with them
D. How to Reduce the Risks of Hazards likely to be encountered in pest control work
E. Protecting Yourself with Paperwork