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The BASIS PROMPT Pest Controllers register is an industry/ government initiative which provides independent proof that a pest controller has received proper professional training and has continued to update their expertise through Continuing Professional Development (CPD). As registration has to be renewed each year, members of the register will always be aware of the most up-to-date techniques, products and legal obligations.
BASIS PROMPT registration certifies that you, as an individual, have received a high standard of training. This allows you to portray a truly professional image and progressive approach to customers, colleagues and employers alike. The number of members is increasing rapidly as the scheme is recognised industry wide.
National Pest Technicians Association
The NPTA is focused on delivering service excellence to its members.
The NPTA’S primary aim to raise standards and professionalism in the pest control sector and to promote the importance of pest control in the public health arena. It has a strong focus on supporting its members through various avenues, including training and technical support.
The NPTA actively participates in and has a powerful voice in all industry advisory panels, including NPAP, RAMPS and is a partner in the PMA along with BPCA and CIEH, which helps to promote and produce various Codes of Practice, including Glue Boards and Feral Bees.
It offers a range of different memberships to suit all, including individual; servicing and accredited memberships for those companies who want to excel.
British Pest Control Association (BPCA)
BPCA is the UK’s leading trade association representing organisations with a professional interest in the eradication and management of public health pests.
We’re a not-for-profit organisation acting in the interests of our members and on behalf of the pest management industry in the UK.
We place great importance on promoting the highest standards of professionalism within the industry and play a major role in enhancing these standards by way of creating guidelines and Codes of Best Practice, developing training programmes and examinations, producing publications and research, and running exhibitions and conferences.