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Pest Technician of the Year is an annual award for Australian pest managers,
recognising excellence in both technical knowledge and customer service.
The competition is open to all pest managers (whether employee, business owner or sole trader)
You self-nominate – if you think you’re up to the challenge, just have a go!
Although anyone can have a go at the technical knowledge test, as customer reviews are part of the overall assessment, you will need to get the support of your manager / boss to complete the customer feedback element of the competition.
To enter or get more information simply complete the registration form below.
You will then be emailed the relevant information to guide you through the process.
Completing the form doesn’t commit you to entering the competition. It simply registers your interest and allows you to receive the necessary information.
There are 3 parts to the competition:
The online technical assessment is designed to find the real pest control experts.
Competitors will be able to provide evidence of excellence in customer services in two ways:
Finalists will undergo further examination of their customer service skills, both in the panel interview (see below) and through additional in-depth feedback from one or two willing customers.
The finalists will be interviewed by an industry panel.
We understand that everyone is very busy so we have tried to keep the time commitment as low as possible, whilst still allowing us to assess the quality of the candidates. For example, the online assessment has a maximum time limit of 10 minutes.
We are running the competition during the cooler months when pest managers will have more time to participate.
This competition is not so much about prizes but the recognition that comes with winning Pest Technician of the Year.
There will be only one winner and two runner up awards. The winner will receive $1000 and the two runners up will receive $500 each.
No, neither. The competition is run by Professional Pest Manager magazine but there is no requirement to be a subscriber to the magazine or a customer of Agserv to enter.