Building upon the basics covered in Introduction to Urban and Industrial IPM, the Advanced course emphasizes the continuing need to approach urban and industrial pest management problems with a true Integrated Pest Management (IPM) philosophy. The Advanced course assumes the student has significant experience in pest control, thus test questions are more difficult and a significant number of outside readings are required. You are expected to occasionally consult pest management textbooks, such as the Truman’s Scientific Guide to Pest Management Operations, 7th Edition, which is highly recommended and can be purchased through our online catalog also. The Mallis Handbook of Pest Control is an additional resource available from online vendors.
Who will benefit from this course?
Pest control supervisors
Public health personnel
Chemical industry professionals
Graduates of the Introduction to Urban and Industrial IPM course
Food industry employees
Correspondence & Online
You may enroll at any time. There are no prerequisites. Students have 18 months to complete the advanced course. Participants in this class should expect to study three to five hours per lesson. If you cannot complete the course in 18 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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