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Mallis Handbook Technical Forum Receives CEU Approval in Florida

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The upcoming Mallis Handbook Technical Forum, set for Dec. 5-7 at the Renaissance SeaWorld at Orlando, received CEU approval by Florida DACS for the following: 3 hours of core, 5 hours of GHP, 1 hour of WDO (and 6 hours Limited Structural). PCT is offering a special one-day registration price of $99 for the Mallis Technical Forum for anyone who might like to come in for one day (e.g., Florida residents) to attend the conference.

| November 17, 2011

The upcoming Mallis Handbook Technical Forum, set for Dec. 5-7 at the Renaissance SeaWorld at Orlando, received CEU approval by Florida DACS for the following: 3 hours of core, 5 hours of GHP, 1 hour of WDO (and 6 hrs Limited Structural). PCT is offering a special one-day registration price of $99 for the Mallis Technical Forum for anyone who might like to come in for one day (e.g., Florida residents) to attend the conference.

There is still time to register for this unique opportunity to learn from and interact with many of the pest control industry's leading technical experts — including Jeff Tucker, Dr. Michael Potter, Frank Meek, Stoy Hedges and Dr. Bobby Corrigan.

Click here to learn more.



 

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