Rodent Control on Farms

This Lantra course is approved by the Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use (CRRU) Training and Certification Working Group. The course is designed to help people plan and carry out rat and mouse control in an agricultural setting. Successful completion of the course will allow people in the land based sector to purchase rodenticide. 
Course Summary:
It is intended to provide a  full working knowledge of both preventive and curative methods to be able to plan, implement and monitor a control programme that is appropriate to the situation, assessing and using the most efficient and safe methods and with due regard to the environment. This course provides an opportunity to gain an industry recognised certificate. It is the responsibility of anyone carrying out rodent control to be familiar with the relevant legislation concerning the humane and effective management of rat and mouse problems. Whilst guidance is given during the course on the main legislation and its relevance to rodent control, it is essential that those engaged in pest control should keep up to date with changes in legislation that may affect pests or pest control.

Target Audience:

Our comprehensive training is for anyone who wishes to control rodents and undertake pest control predominantly in landbased or related industries.

Duration:

1.5 – 2 hours

Assessment Type:

Online Assessment

 

Course Delivery

Online Training and Assessment (3 Modules)

 

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