Becoming a Pest Control Technician
Do you have what is takes to become a certified pest control technician? Over the next couple of weeks, Lynn Frank will be teaching the 30 hour required course. The course is officially called Pesticide Applicator Training. After taking the course, technicians are required to take a state sponsored exam to become certified. The NY State Department of Environmental Conservation, Division of Materials Management, Bureau of Pest Management keeps an official list of certificated technicians. Our classes are taught by one of Suburban Exterminating’s expert entomologists, Lynn Frank. Frank has also been an instructor at his alma mater, Farmingdale State University.
Pest Control on Long Island
Suburban Exterminating requires our newest technicians to ride along with an experienced technician. We want to insure the best customer experience to all of our customers. Our technicians learn how sometimes it is “the little things” that can matter with any service call.
Pest control classes include subjects like pesticide exposure and risk, pesticides in the environment, federal and state laws, application safety, professional conduct, Integrated Pest Management (IPM) or Green pest control in homes and businesses, insects, rodents, weeds, birds, bats and other miscellaneous pests.
Call the Long Island experts, Suburban Exterminating, to get rid of your pests at (631) 864-6900 or (516) 864-6900.