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Univar Adds New Master Technician Online Training Course

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The newest course is #210 Pesticides – Protecting the Environment.

| June 17, 2012

AUSTIN, Texas – Univar Environmental Sciences announced that it has added another online training opportunity on its industry website — PestWeb. This brings the number of online courses available on PestWeb to 58. The newest course, #210 Pesticides – Protecting the Environment, takes an in-depth look at how pesticides may enter and harm the environment and how to minimize or prevent that from occurring.

The Master Technician online training courses on PestWeb provide continuing education credits toward license renewals for Branch Supervisors and Certified Applicators in states that have issued CEU approval. Master Technician offers courses in the areas of Structural General Pests, Wood Destroying Pests, Public Health, Fumigation, Turf and Ornamental Pests, as well as core courses on Pesticides and Safety. The courses can be taken online at PestWeb.com at any time on any day of the week.

The Master Technician online training offers a tremendous convenience to the pest management industry for quality training courses. For licensed or certified applicators who face an imminent deadline for license renewal and still need most of the required hours of Continuing Education, this offers an excellent and convenient opportunity to acquire the training and renew the license in time. The states and Canadian Provinces that currently approve the PestWeb online training are:

Alabama


Florida


New Jersey


Utah


Alaska


Georgia


New York


Vermont


Arizona


Idaho


North Carolina


Virginia


Arkansas


Maine


Oklahoma


Washington


California


Maryland


Oregon


West Virginia


Colorado


Massachusetts


Pennsylvania


Wyoming


Connecticut


Mississippi


Rhode Island


Alberta, Canada


Delaware


Montana


South Carolina


District of Columbia


Nevada


Tennessee




 

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