Public Health Pest Management Category Training

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

This course is a blended course designed for state, county, local government noncommercial vector control technicians, and seasonal employees of the vector control agencies. Participants will receive certified training that will prepare them for the Public Health pest control category exam with TDA.

Course Information This online course is a blended course designed for state, county, local government noncommercial vector control technicians, and seasonal employees of the vector control agencies. This course provides certified training that will prepare them for the Public Health pest control category exam with the Texas Department of Agriculture. *A printed manual will be shipped to all course registrants. Please provide a physical shipping address during registration. Manuals cannot be shipped overseas.

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