The Introduction to Urban and Industrial IPM course is designed to help you manage insect, rodent, and other pest problems in structural situations. Topics include fundamentals of pest management; safe use of pesticides; and development, classification, and identification of insects. You will also study cockroaches, ants, bed bugs, termites, and other wood-destroying organisms, fleas, and ticks, flies, and mosquitoes, rats and mice, birds, urban wildlife, and other pests important to our health, property, and food supplies. Sanitation and pest management in food processing plants and specialized facilities are also included.
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Who will benefit from this course?
Owners of pest control businesses
Food industry professionals
Chemical industry professionals
Managers of pest control businesses
Public health workers
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You may enroll at any time. There are no prerequisites. Students have 12 months to complete the advanced course. Participants in this class should expect to study three to five hours per lesson, or around 100 hours for this course. If you cannot complete the course in 12 months, you may purchase a one-time, six-month extension for $50.
To determine if these courses have been approved for certification, recertification, or continuing education credits in your state, contact your state's pesticide regulatory office or click on our interactive Pest State Certification map
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