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This qualification is aimed at people working in pest control, giving them the tools to be better equipped to carry out their professional duties safely and efficiently.
It is designed to provide an understanding of public health pests, methods of control and fulfils the legal requirements relating to the training of pest control technicians, as set out in the Control of Pesticides Regulations 1986.
 
This training course is designed to prepare trainees for the Level 2 Award assessment in the safe use of aluminium phosphide for vertebrate pest control.
Please note that this qualification replaces all previous versions. Anyone who was
previously certified must now be reassessed. If this affects you, please contact our team for guidance.

This qualification will provide delegates with an understanding of why the purchase and use of professional use rodenticides is controlled, and why other rodent control methods should be considered before rodenticides are used, in line with the CRRU Code of Best Practice. Candidates wishing to gain the qualification can choose to sit the RSPH exam at the end of the course, and if the pass criteria is met, they will be issued with a certificate by the RSPH which will allow them to buy rodenticides.

This course has been created for those who have already taken part in the CRRU certified Rodent Control course and have passed their exam. This course will aim to further your knowledge of rodents and provide in-depth details on rodent biology, legislation and resistance.

The aim of this course is to train technicians and their managers on the safe, effective and legal use of air guns for bird control. Theory will be covered in the morning session, with a shooting practical in the afternoon. The course starts with the basics for newcomers, but also comprehensively covers procedures and techniques for the experienced shooter.

This insect course will educate pest controllers on the biology and control methods for the six most common insects that pose a risk to public health. This training will enhance your skills in identification, prevention and control of insect pests. You will benefit from a greater understanding of behavioural patterns, harbourage locations and breeding cycles, which is essential to reaching a successful resolution of all pest infestations.

This interesting and in-depth one day course provides a thorough grounding in all bird
management theory, techniques and systems. It is suitable for beginners and those with
experience. The course also covers the latest developments in electric systems, solar panel proofing, lasers and scaring.

 

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