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High Sierra Education Service Offers Upcoming Training Opportunities

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Technician training, continuing education workshop in mid-August.

| August 6, 2012

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas - The High Sierra Education Service is offering two upcoming training opportunities in August.

A Noncommercial/Commercial Training Course will be held on Aug. 14, and a Texas On Site Pesticide Applicator Continuing Education (CEU) Workshop on Aug. 16. 

High Sierra provides programs with approved educators with the Texas Department of Agriculture, Texas Structural Pest Control Service, and are approved to provide pesticide applicators recertification in other training states.

For more information and to register for training, visit HighSierraService.com.  

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