New Bedford Pest Control’s Amaral Adds PHE Certification – PCT

The graduation ceremonies were celebrated in the two courses of the program from March 24th to 25th.

The course is designed to enhance a pest control professional’s industry knowledge through in-depth study of at least eight key areas including ants, bed bugs, cockroaches, flying insects, occasional intruders / stored product pests, rodents and wood drill inspection or WDIR accreditation, and wood-destroying organisms.

“We congratulate each of these people on this amazing achievement and are excited to welcome our new Premier Technicians to the NCPMA family,” said Marie Horner, Co-Chair of the NCPMA Premier Technician Committee. “Graduates began their journey as Premier Technicians in 2019 and their dedication to their field and industry is to be commended.”

The program offers an ongoing series of courses to help professionals develop a deeper and clearer understanding of pest infestation from detection to treatment. Individuals completing the program must have worked in the industry for at least a year and completed the wood drill beetle / inspection course or have WDIR accreditation from NCPMA.

“Each of these professionals has shown their dedication and dedication to their industry and career, and we are proud to have them as our first Premier Technicians,” said Dylan Morrison, co-chair of the NCPMA Premier Technician Committee. “We look forward to welcoming more Premier Technicians to our industry in the months ahead.”

To retain the Premier Technician designation, Professionals must continue to take at least one eight-hour course every two years.

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