Responsible & Effective Control of Commensal Rodents

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Rodent Control For UK Stewardship

This Responsible and Effective Control of Commensal Rodents e-learning course is approved by the Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use - CRRU training and working group. 

It is the responsibility of anyone involved in carrying out rodent control to be familiar with the relevant legislation concerning the humane and effective management of rat and mouse problems. 

From March 2018, anticoagulant rodenticide sold to non-professionals has reduced in concentration from 50 parts per million (ppm) to 30 ppm or less. In addition, the size of packs available for amateur customers will reduce to a maximum size of 300 g for block and 150 g for wheat, pasta and pellet baits. If you wish to buy rodenticide in greater quantities for professional use, you are required to evidence that you have received training in using rodenticide and controlling rodents. This rodent e-learning course will meet these requirements.

Once completed successfully a certificate of training is available for download or print.

This course is rewarded: 2 BASIS CPD points / BPCA CPD points 

COURSE FORMAT:

Online training and assessment (5 modules)

DURATION (APPROX):

2.5 - 3.0 hours

EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS:

Online access, suitable PC, laptop, tablet

PRICE:

£61.95 ex. VAT

For more details or to book: CONTACT Barrettine Environmental Health on T: 0117 967 2222 OR EMAIL: BEH@BARRETTINE.CO.UK. we will then issue you with a website link and Lantra log in TO BEGIN THIS COURSE.

 

USE BIOCIDES SAFELY. ALWAYS READ THE LABEL AND PRODUCT INFORMATION BEFORE USE.

Please refer to product labels for technical & treatment guidance before commencing with any application.

Manufacturer's guidelines supersede all search information provided by this website.

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Professional requirements and regulatory conditions that support the Public Health Sector and we are internationally accredited for Environmental & Quality Management Standards.