Horticulture and Landscaping
03 9269 8615
Total Hours: 40
- introduction to timber pests
- investigate work site and assess work requirements
- plan for inspection
- inspect for timber pests
- analyse data
- prepare and distribute inspection report, design management plan, prepare and implement plan, restore worksite
- clean, safety check and store equipment; complete documentation; monitor effectiveness of management plan
- inspect for timber pests – practical day
- plan for installation of physical termite management systems
- access and assess site
- prepare sit for installation
- prepare equipment
- install physical management system
- restore work site and complete documentation
- Participants will gain the skills and knowledge to inspect for and control termites/timber pests
- A Statement of Attainment will be provided on successful completion of the course.'
- UNITS OF COMPETENCY: CPPPMT3008 Inspect for and report on timber pests; CPPPMT3010 Control timber pests; CPPPMT3042 Install physical termite management systems
- Candidates involved in the Pest Control Industry wanting extra skills and experience
No concession or government funding applies
- Cash - paid in person at any campus or a Skills and Jobs Centre
- Credit Card
- Invoice - paid by the company or job agencies
and if this changes in the future we'll wear the cost of changing it back.
A formal written assessment and an assignment.
Pen and Paper
No formal pre-requisites, but these units can be used in addition to the Pest Control – Technician’s license.
Pathways to further study
These units can be used as credits towards the Certificate III in Urban Pest Management