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Emerald Coast Real Estate
Emerald Coast Real Estate take the pressure off of the licensed pest control professional. No longer does the professional pesticide applicator have to drive across the state to obtain the continuing education credits required before renewing his/her license to apply pesticides. Easy breezy, just sign up and take one of our courses from the comfort of your home or office. In most situations, just one of our courses will supply all of your continuing education needs. Best of all, upon completing one of our courses, you can print off a copy of your continuing education certificate using a printer at your home or office. No longer do you have to wait for this certificate to arrive in the mail.
Ultimately, we want you to succeed, which is why we offer easy registration, convenient California Pest Control CE Courses and a money-back guarantee. Although our courses are taken online, we never rely on automated support. If you ever have a question or are experiencing technical problems, give us a call. We will walk you through it.
How Our Pest Control Training Courses Work:
Register and pay for one of our California pest control training courses such as Forest Pest Control. This involves creating a username and password.
Next, you will start the course. The first screen will have a vertical listing of the lesson titles for the course you signed up for.
Select the first listing and you will be taken to that lesson; it will be a few pages long. Read the lesson. Once the 50 minute timer expires, at the bottom of the lesson a long, skinny, rectangular box will magically appear with the word “Test” followed by the lesson title.
Select (click on) the test to begin the 10 question multiple choice quiz that goes with the lesson. After answering the tenth and final question, find the button at the bottom, right-hand side of the page that is labeled “Finish”.
Click on the “Finish” button to score the quiz and save your answers. A score of 70 or above must be achieved before being allowed to advance to the next lesson. When a person scores a 60 or lower, he is returned to the beginning and must retake the quiz until scoring a 70 or better. There is no limit to how many times a person may retake a quiz.