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December Session of BedBug University: Boot Camp Now Open

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BedBug Central’s December Boot Camp will focus on minimal preparation methodology to increase and achieve the elimination of bed bugs more efficiently.

| October 31, 2011

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. — Registration has opened for the final BedBug University: Boot Camp of 2011, which will take place from Dec. 6 through Dec. 9 at BedBug Central headquarters in Lawrenceville, NJ.

BedBug University: Boot Camp is a four-day course offered six times per year and is designed to shorten the learning curve of companies that want to increase their bed bug revenues and enhance their bed bug business model. The program examines the most effective and efficient treatment protocols in addition to providing hands-on training with industry-standard tools for bed bug remediation.

One of the most beneficial features of BBU: Boot Camp is the on-the-job observation in which attendees will accompany BedBug Central’s seasoned technicians to a job where there can watch the protocol in action. Attendees will also learn how minimal preparation and reducing the disruption of bed bugs will increase application results.

The concept of minimal preparation utilizes research, which demonstrates how limiting the degree of preparation work will actually increase the efficacy towards achieving elimination. This in turn will increase productivity by reducing labor and will ultimately reduce costs.

For a better understanding of how BedBug University: Boot Camp can be useful to new attendees or  existing bedbugFREE members, view out exit poll analysis that enabled BBU: Boot Camp attendees to offer critical feedback. You may also view our coverage on CBS 3.

Attendees of the BedBug University will receive a full hour of post-attendance consultation with the BedBug Central instructors. Class size is strictly limited. To inquire about rates and availability CLICK HERE.

 

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