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Service Technician’s Field Manual Excerpt: The Next Generation Service Technician

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PCT recently announced the soon-to-be-published Service Technician’s Field Manual by William H. Robinson. For a sneak peek at this book, check out the following excerpt “Chapter 1: The Next Generation Service Technician.”

| January 2, 2012

PCT recently announced the soon-to-be-published Service Technician’s Field Manual by William H. Robinson.

The book is packed with valuable information providing situation-specific pest control. This 218-page, fully-illustrated manual is perfect for on-the-job reference, in-class technical training, or state- test studies.

For a sneak peek at this book, check out the following excerpt “Chapter 1: The Next Generation Service Technician.”  The chapter reviews how the role of the service technician has evolved and how service technicians can best adapt.

 

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