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BedBug Central Announces One-Day Field Training Course

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The firm's On-The-Job Observation course will return in May and June.

| April 18, 2013

 LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. - BedBug Central is reviving its On-The-Job Observation (OJO) course in May and June. Participants will accompany the BedBug Central Technician Team for a firsthand field observation experience.

BedBug Central says the one-day course is an ideal opportunity for anyone who works with bed bugs. The course includes:

  • CEU credits offered (for participating states)
  • Field observation at client sites
  • One day time investment
  • Ideal opportunity for technicians and service managers
  • Intimate setting: One BedBug Central representative for every two attendees.

 

The courses will be held on the following dates:

  • Tuesdays - May 7, 14 and 21, and June 4, 11, 18, 25.
  • Thursdays - May 9, 16, 23 and June 6, 13, 20, 27.

 

The courses are held at the BedBug Central Corporate Headquarters in Lawrenceville. For more information or to reserve a date, contact Robert DiJoseph at 877/411-1142 or robert.dijoseph@bedbugcentral.com

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