This is a self-paced course that the student does on his or her own time. Assignments can be submitted via mail service. Course material includes a total of 18 chapters, and consists of lessons on termite identification and biology, the proper way to conduct inspections and treatments, safety procedures, both federal and Texas state laws governing insecticide use, and an extensive glossary and reference section.
This course was prepared exclusively for Texas pest management professionals and provides a new and exciting training opportunity for anyone involved in the termite management industry. This course is only offered to Texas pest management professionals.
The cost of this course is $325 per student. For information on this course, please contact us at 979.845.5855.
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