Pest Control Operators course in Cape Town

Dear Customers,

 According to Act 36 from 1947 Dept Of Agriculture,  all pest control application in public environments should take place under supervision of a qualified pest control operator.  Failure to do so can result in all operations being seized or even criminal actions.

Registering as pest control operator

To register as a pest control operator with the department of agriculture,  candidates should;

  1. Complete an accredited course (see below).
  2. Perform weed control actions under supervision of a qualified pest control operator for 6 months. This can be arranged with Henchem.
  3. Send application form with all supporting data to the department,  act 36 from 1947.  Henchem can assist in this process.

Upcoming Courses;

The Pest Management Academy from Pretoria plans to present a Pest control Operators course (WeedControl) in Cape Town.

Course details;

  • Duration: Only three days
  • Date: 15-17 May 2017
  • Location: Henchem premises (Stikland)
  • Cost: R5250 per learner (Incl)

Course content;

  • Inspection Procedures
  • Identification of Weeds and Declared invaders
  • Selection of Herbicides / Weed Killers
  • Selection and Calibration of Equipment
  • Safety Precautions
  • Application Techniques
  • Monitoring Procedures
  • Clean up Procedures

Please note that Henchem only assist with the arrangements for the course and that course transaction will be between yourself and The pest management academy.

Please contact Esther (Henchem) (021) 948-7366 or service@henchem.co.za)  before 24 March 2017, if you are interested in attending the course, as there are limited space available.

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