The Knowledge to Succeed
It’s a known fact that equipment and products aren’t enough to run a successful pest management business. Employees need the right skills and knowledge to best leverage their tools – and careers.Read Article
Product of the Month
PT® P.I.® PRESSURIZED CONTACT INSECTICIDE
- The premier contact aerosol in the industry
- Fast kill
- Small droplet suspend in air for effective space treatment
- Registered for use in food handling areas
Most customers are already familiar with ProTraining’s CEU classes and streamlined accreditation. But for the new platform, we’ve added a range of powerful features to bring your learning experience to life.
We added over 200 business and safety courses to help customers grow their knowledge and advance their careers. Lesson topics range from marketing and management to software and ladder safety. And we partnered with our trusted suppliers to provide free training on your favorite products.
Management is easier than ever with options to buy classes in bulk and distribute credits among your employees. Managers can also assign specific classes to specific employees.
All these new features are built into a streamlined platform that’s accessible by laptop, desktop, tablet and mobile device. Users can easily pause and resume the interactive lessons around their busy schedules.
Purchasing classes is easy too. Payment is easy by credit card online. And we provide every student with one free technical class per year. We’ll continue to announce opportunities to claim free and discounted prices throughout the year. Stayed tuned for more exciting ProTraining news and additions.
A Dedication to Education
Growing up, Jennie Hughes wasn’t scared of bugs. The daughter of an entomologist, she was too busy learning about them to be afraid.Read Article
Mr. Pest Control
I am dealing with a German roach issue in an apartment complex broken into buildings. The maintenance people seem to think it’s okay to leave whole panels out under kitchen and bathroom sinks for access to the plumbing. One building has at least 12 units with roaches. I’ve tried everything from baiting, dusting, baiting and dusting, to recently hitting all of the penetrations with a knockdown product, an IGR and again baiting and dusting. What do you recommend?
I have read in many places regarding homes with scorpions that electrical outlet covers should be removed, the outlet dusted and the cover replaced. I don’t understand how this is legal. What if the resident, future resident or worker opens a cover to work on the wiring and gets dust all over their hands? How could we not be liable for that?