NJ Pest Management Association's 69th Annual
Clinic & Trade Show
Course Code: AE0201HA17
Date & Time
August 18, 2016
8:00am - 6:30pm (Check in time: 7:00am)
Gather useful, up-to-date information on industry topics to assist you in making intelligent decisions in dealing with your customers' pest problems. The New Jersey Pest Management Association (NJPMA) continues to work hard to bring you the most comprehensive training – with a focus on industry trends, the latest technology, and current challenges in the field.
Annual Trade Show Your registration fee includes admittance to the annual Trade Show, a valuable part of the Clinic program featuring vendors from our industry showcasing the latest in products, equipment, and pest control services and techniques. It provides an opportunity to learn about new products and equipment in a relaxed atmosphere, and the time to ask questions of the vendors. Vendors are available throughout the morning, and until 2:45pm in the afternoon. Lunch and dinner (included in your registration fee) are served under the trade show tent. View photos from the trade show in past years!
Attire It is recommended that all attendees dress in appropriate business casual attire. Please, no shorts or t-shirts.
When registering, please be sure to add AM and PM workshop choices to your cart before check out! If you are registering by mail/fax, please check the appropriate boxes on the registration form to indicate your workshop choices.
The 2016 program will offer three tracks to choose from: Pest Control Operators (PCO), Wood Destroying Insects (WDI) and Mosquitos. Other highlights will include the Presidential Roach Race at lunch (view the video from the 2012 race) and live entertainment from The Bill and Casey Show during the morning!
A full agenda is available below.
Registration, Coffee | Vendor Tent Open, Exhibits
Welcome and Introductions Len Douglen, NJPMA Executive Director
Ralph Citarella, NJPMA Education Committee
Paul Utts, NJPMA President
A.M. General Session
Pest Control and Food Production - Protecting our Nation's Food Supply Rod Wheeler
NJDEP Update Stephen Bross
Morning Break | Vendor Tent Open, Exhibits
A.M. Concurrent Sessions
PEST CONTROL OPERATORS (PCO)
WOOD DESTROYING INSECTS (WDI)
MOSQUITOES *Space is limited for this session*
Ants Joe Barile, B.C.E., Bayer Environmental Sciences
Updates from Rutgers University Changlu Wang, Ph.D.
Adjourn for the Clambake
Instructions for Obtaining Credits
To obtain recertification credits, you must arrive at the beginning of each session and stay for the entire duration. Credit forms will be distributed to certified applicants at the conclusion of each session, and credits will be assigned accordingly. Photo ID and/or physical license must be presented by all applicators, regardless of state, in order to receive recertification credits. NO EXCEPTIONS.
For questions about credits, please contact Claudine Oleskin by phone at 848-932-7204 or e-mail at email@example.com.
New Jersey / Connecticut Pesticide Applicators
AM General Session
7A, 7D, 8A: 2 units each; CORE: 3 units
AM Pest Control (PCO) Session
13: 2 units; 7A: 3 units
AM Termite Control (WDI) Session
7A, 7C, 8A: 2 units each; 7B: 3 units
AM Mosquitoes Session
8A, 8B: 3 units each
PMPest Control (PCO) Session
7A, 7D, 8A: 2 units each
PM Termite Control (WDI) Session
10: 1 unit; 7B: 2 units
PM General Session
7A: 5 units; 10, 8A: 2 units each; CORE: 1 unit
New York Pesticide Applicators
Pennsylvania Pesticide Applicators
Maryland Pesticide Applicators
Delaware Pesticide Applicators
NJ HEALTH OFFICERS AND REGISTERED ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALISTS Rutgers University, NJAES, Office of Continuing Professional Education has been approved by the New Jersey Department of Health as a provider of NJ Public Health Continuing Education Contact Hours (CEs). Participants who complete this education program will be awarded 6.5 NJ Public Health Continuing Education Contact Hours (CEs).
On or Before August 11, 2016
Early Member Fee
Early Multi-Members Fee (2-4 members)
Early Multi-Members Fee (5 or more members)
**Early Out of State Member Fee
Early Non-Member Fee
After August 11, 2016 / Walk-Ins
Multi-Members Fee (2-4 members)
Multi-Members Fee (5 or more members)
**Out of State Member Fee
**Out of state members include members of other state associations who can show proof of membership in NPMA, or county, municipal and educational agencies.
Your registration fee includes a continental breakfast, lunch (turkey, tuna, ham and cheese, roast beef, or vegetarian), and dinner (steak, lobster, or vegetarian). Please indicate your lunch and dinner preferences when you register.
NOTE: If you have any dietary restrictions or food allergies, please alert us at least one (1) week in advance of the course start date so that we can make reasonable accommodations. We cannot guarantee accommodations for special requests made after that time.
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All of the courses offered by the Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education are approved by the New Jersey State Approving Agency for Veterans Training for tuition reimbursement through the GI Bill. For more information about the GI Bill, click here.
Photos & Videos from the NJPMA Clinic & Trade Show
Video of Presidential Cockroach Race at 2012 NJPMA Clinic & Trade Show