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BedBug Central Announces Summer Sessions

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The two new offerings, which will be held at the company’s Lawrenceville, N.J. office, are Boot Camp and On-The-Job Observation.

| June 21, 2013

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. — BedBug Central announces a pair of BedBug University courses designed to help attendees learn its NO PREP protocol: Boot Camp or On-The-Job Observation.

Most companies see rigorous preparation as vital to the success of their bed bug elimination programs, and might not expect that eliminating prep work can make a service even more successful. However, by attending one of BedBug Central’s educational offerings, they’ll see firsthand how to eliminate prep and avoid frustration for their clients. 

Bed Bug Boot Camp – an intensive four-day course designed to shorten the learning curve for pest management companies that want to boost their bed bug revenues and enhance their bed bug business model. Boot Camp also caters to members of the effected industries that will benefit from the first two days of Boot Camp. Click here for more information and course agenda.

On-The-Job Observation (OJO) – Recently reintroduced to provide a valuable educational experience that minimizes the time you spend away from your business for PMP’s and affected industries.  Participants of this one day course will accompany the BedBug Central Technical Team into the field for a firsthand observation experience. Click here for more information. 

Both courses will be held at the company’s Lawrenceville, N.J. office. The Boot Camp is scheduled for Aug. 20-23, while the On-The-Job Observation sessions are being offered Tuesdays and Thursdays  (upon availability)

For more information or to register for one of these courses, call Robert DiJoseph 877/411-1142 or robert.dijoseph@bedbugcentral.com.
 

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