Building on the success of recent training sessions, Sherwood Chemicals is offering a new training module to pest managers.
“The number of attendees and their feedback has been outstanding,” said Elton Arderne, Sherwood business development manager. “Although we got great feedback on the training itself, we appreciated professionals taking time out during the peak season, so all attendees received a free 1L bottle of FipForce Aqua as compensation for their time.”
As a result of the enthusiastic response, Sherwood have decided to run a follow up training session – ‘Smart business practices that lead to profitable pest control’.
This training session will feature one of Australia’s most successful pest control business operators, Neil Younger. Neil started Neil Younger Pest Control in 1983 and grew this into one of Australia’s most profitable pest control businesses before it was sold to Rentokil in 2015. Neil has taught Pest Management at TAFE Newcastle for the last 20 years and his passion and practical knowledge is outstanding. The session will cover a broad range of topics, not only product training, but also focus on the skills required to run a successful pest control business.
“Sherwood are passionate about educating Australian pest managers about formulation chemistry and through the affiliation with Neil Younger we hope to have the opportunity to meet up with you and support the growth of your business,” concluded Mr Arderne.