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High Sierra Announces Pest Control and Termite Training Schools

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The education service has training classes scheduled for March.

| February 20, 2012

High Sierra Education Service announces the dates and locations for its Pest Control and Termite Training Schools.

The Pest Control School will be held March 27-29 at 2270 S State Hwy 46 New Braunfels, Texas.The course will cover:

  • Insect biology and behavior Inspecting techniques & equipment
  • Calibration problems Preventing Insect infestation
  • Application equipment Using traditional treatment and prevention methods
  • Construction examples & special treatment areas
  • Using PPE
  • Using IPM Understanding borates, baits & baiting systems, foaming application
  • Understanding the Label and Laws/Regulations

Registration fee for this three day intensive, in-depth program is $350 or registrants can take one-day or two-day at 135 per day. Discount for more than one are available. A work book and lunch are provided For more information, contact Donna or Larry at (830) 620-4440, or e-mail lfranke@highsierraservice.com Location: 2270 Hwy 46 South New Braunfels, Texas 78130 Class Hours 8:30 to 4:30 each day.

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