Pests are bad news in any food handling environment and can result in serious consequences if not managed appropriately. The effective management of your pest control contractor establishes a diligent approach and partnership, between the pest control provider and your business.
The person responsible for managing pest control should be suitably trained. This course will also appeal to those responsible for auditing pest control activities in their own, or suppliers, sites.
An industry standard professional qualification, such as the BPCA’s RSPH Level 2 Award in Pest Management, is advised if you are planning to become your own pest control/management provider. Whilst these courses are an excellent supplement, they shouldn’t be considered a substitute for an industry standard professional qualification.
Who is this course for?
Our classroom based 'Managing Your Pest Control Contract' training course will help provide you with the information and advice necessary to implement and oversee your pest management contract.
What will the delegates take away?
A short assessment allows verification that the essential knowledge has been acquired and a certificate is issued automatically when a pass is achieved.
The syllabus includes
The main pests of concern, and the reasons why control is so important
Examining how legislation, and similar constraints, impact on what pest controllers are allowed to do
How to ascertain the objectives of the client and contractor when establishing a pest control contract
Examining the key elements of a pest control contract specification
Reviewing the process of selecting a contractor, and managing and monitoring their performance
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