California Branch 2: General Pest
This Course provides the student with 16 total continuing education hours. This includes: (1) 4 Hours in General Pest; (2) 2 Hours in Integrated Pest Management (IPM); (3) 8 Hours on the Structural Pest Control Act – the rules and regulations or structural pest control related agencies’ rules and regulations; and (4) 2 additional hours of training.
Operators and Field Representatives licensed in “Branch 2: General Pest” must complete 16 continuing education hours during each 3-year renewal (license) period. This must include: (1) a minimum of 4 hours in a technical subject directly relate to Branch 2: General Pest; (2) a minimum of 2 hours in Integrated Pest Management (IPM); (3) 8 Hours on the Structural Pest Control Act – the rules and regulations or structural pest control related agencies’ rules and regulations; and (4) 2 additional hours of training.
***Our California Branch 2: General Pest course fully satisfies the continuing education requirements of the Operator or Field Representative licensed in Branch 2: General Pest.***
How Our Pest Control Training Courses Work:
Register and pay for one of our California pest control training courses such as Branch 2: General Pest. 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. In California, if you are an Operator or Field Representative, then there will be 16 lesson titles listed vertically in large black and white lettering in the middle of the screen.
Select the first listing and you will be taken to that lesson; it will be a few pages long. Read the lesson and at the bottom of the lesson in a long, skinny, rectangular box will be the words “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 test that is labeled “Finish Test”.
Click on the “Finish Test” 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.
When a student completes and scores his final quiz, he will be taken to a screen where he can print his continuing education certificate.
Be sure to maintain a copy of your Continuing Education Certificate on file. You will need to show this certificate to the official in the event you are audited.
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