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NCPMA Announces 64th Annual PCT School

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The North Carolina Pest Management Association's annual technician training event will be held Jan. 27-30, 2014, in Durham, N.C.

| November 15, 2013

DURHAM, N.C. — The North Carolina Pest Management Association's 64th annual Pest Control Technicians’ School will be held Jan. 27-30, 2014, at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel and Convention Center.

Description: The North Carolina Pest Management Association, in cooperation with the North Carolina State University Department of Entomology, presents the 64th Annual Pest Control Technicians’ School. The program was designed for pest control technicians, their suppliers, nuisance wildlife control agents and others closely involved with pest control operations. The school’s general program offers phase training with the opportunity to earn continuing certification units and information for technicians, owners and managers on the latest developments in pest control. This year’s guest speakers offer a wealth of knowledge to share based on both academic and practical experience.

For registration information visit www.ncpestmanagement.org, or download the brochure, or call NPMA at 800/678-6722.
 

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