New Brunswick Department of Environment Approves New Provincial CEC Program

The New Brunswick Department of Environment and Local Government have approved a proposal from the Atlantic Pest Management Association to implement continuing education credits for structural pest control applicators within the province of New Brunswick. This program will allow structural applicators within the province to renew their licensing every 5 years by attending professional development and training seminars as opposed to re-writing an exam. This change will increase the training within the pest control industry, and it will ensure the level of professionalism remains consistent with several other provinces across the country.

 

The APMA and CPMA would like to thank Minister Gary Crossman, department Director Timothy LeBlanc, and Senior Approvals Engineer Mark Langford for their roles in the implementation of this program. The APMA and CPMA would also like to acknowledge past APMA and CPMA Presidents Sean Rollo, Norm Doiron, Randy Hobbs, and Don McCarthy for their relentless efforts to achieve this initiative.

 

This program will commence immediately and APMA Board of Directors are currently in the process of meeting with the Department of Environment and Local Government to configure the rollout of this program. If you have any questions, please contact APMA President Greg Flynn (greg.flynn@rentokil.com) or APMA administrator Nicole Giordano (nicole@oceanbluedistributors.ca).

 

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