Barrettine / NPTA Technical Training Day

Course Dates & Locations



Barrettine & NPTA have joined together for an open day free to all MINT & NPTA Members. Featuring 2 Guest speakers John Lloyd and Oliver Madge and including practical workshops covering a wide range of topics throughout the packed day.

Sponsored by: Bayer, BASF, Bell, Rentokil, Syngenta, Agrisense, Bower & Pest Trader.

To Book: Call or email Barrettine Environmental Health on T: 0117 967 2222 or email:

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 8.30 - Tea & Registration

8.55 - Welcome from Jo Crowell

9.00 - Oliver Madge Key Speaker "Integrated Urban Rodent Control"

9.45 - John Lloyd Key Speaker "Mosquitoes of Clinical Significance in UK"

10.30 - Coffees, exhibition breakout area to meet the manufacturers/sponsors

10.50 - BEH talk Charles Phillips

11.00 - Workshops

13.00 - Lunch

Key Speakers

Invasive and indigenous mosquitoes of clinical significance in the UK: A modern approach to control.
Guest Speaker: John Lloyd (BSc, FRES)

Integrated Urban Rodent Control: Lessons learnt from urban and rural infestations.
Guest speaker: Oliver Madge

Mosquito, Rat

Practical Interactive Workshops Covering

Syngenta - Practical Demo On Insecticides

BASF - How to apply gels 

Pest Train - Effective management of pests

3M (On Behalf Of Greenhams)- 3M Range of PPE

Bayer - Harmonix & Racumin Paste


Free to all MINT & NPTA Members

Please be aware booking is on a first come first served basis - book now to avoid disappointment. Places are limited to two per company, if you require an additional invitation there is an extra charge of £30 per person. Topics could be subject to change but are correct at time of issue. A no show cost of £30 will be in place if you have booked. 

Dates & Locations

September 14th 2017
 Coffee & Exhibition 8:30am - 1:00pm followed by Lunch. 

Holiday Inn Hotel
Lynchford Road
GU14 6AZ


Bayer, BASF, Bell, Rentokil, Syngenta, Agrisense, Bower & Pest TraderSponser Logos

To Book: Call or email Barrettine Environmental Health on T: 0117 967 2222 or email: