Welcome to our online education centre

Register to gain entry to courses that will help make your job easier. Update you skills and increase your knowledge on product application. Each course should take about 30 to 60 minutes to complete – and when you pass the short test at the end you will receive a certificate of accreditation.

BEST PRACTICE CONTROL

Bayer Best Practice Procedure training – Cockroaches
Learn best practice for cockroach control in any situation, to ensure you get control and provide a quality service.

BEST PRACTICE CONTROL

Bayer Best Practice Procedure training – Ants
Complete the course and learn Bayers simple four-step process to use when treating ants in any domestic property.

TERMITE COURSE

Termite bait installation
Get an overview of termites in Australia then look at termite bait installation, specifically with the Agenda Termite Baiting System from Bayer.

Ant identification guide and elimination (A1236)

 
Level: 1

Ant Management

The ant fauna of Australia is especially large and diverse. Australia has 10 subfamilies of ant, 101 genera and approximately 1275 described species and subspecies. With dozens of pest species, each with their own behavioural characteristics, preferred nesting sites and food preferences, ants can be a significant challenge to control. Get the knowledge in this course to improve your success with ant control.

Bayer Best Practice Procedure training – Ant

 
Level: 1

Don’t risk your reputation and your customer satisfaction. Use the Bayer Best Practice Procedure and Bayer product range to ensure the consistent quality of your treatment and avoid the costly mistakes that damage your professionalism, your reputation and your business. The objective of this course is to provide you with a simple four-step process to use when treating ants in any domestic property. This approach provides you with a consistent methodology, no matter what the situation, to ensure you get control of ants and provide a quality service, job after job.

Bayer Best Practice Procedure training – Cockroach

 
Level: 1

By using the Bayer Best Practice Procedure and Bayer product range, you ensure the consistent quality of all your cockroach treatments. Our Bayer Best Practice Procedure for the treatment of cockroaches is centred on a four-step plan: identify the pest type; prevent pest harbourage; create a perimeter barrier; and target the pest with baiting. Practical, easy-to-follow and informative videos in this course are presented by our experienced field pest professionals from Bayer. They run through best practice procedure treatments and offer top practical advice and some great tips.

Bayer Best Practice Procedure training – Spider

 
Level: 1

Having a consistent methodology to your spider treatments will give you the best results every time, no matter what the type of pest or location. The Bayer Best Practice Procedure and Bayer product range ensures the consistent quality of your treatment so you avoid the costly mistakes that damage your professionalism, your reputation and your business. Our practical and comprehensive videos, especially in our spider treatment course, offer the best advice you will ever need. Managing customer expectations is an important part of any spider treatment. Watch and hear our experienced field experts at a variety of locations.

Bed bugs – treatment and control

 
Level: 1

In this course we look at treating for and controlling bed bugs, the loathed domestic and accommodation industry pest. The objective of effective bed bug control is to target the insects where they live, hide and breed. After describing how to identify and inspect for bed bugs, we explain various treatments – non-chemical and chemical – and offer a number of different products for effective eradication.

Cockroach management and control (A1239)

 
Level: 2

Cockroach management

The days of cockroach control beginning and ending with the treatment are over. Today's customer has higher expectations and is sensitive to environmental issues, safety and chemical use. This course starts with prevention methods, objectives for an inspection and how to keep the customer informed, and finishes with treatment and monitoring options.

Cockroach treatment guide (A1238)

 
Level: 3

Cockroach treatment

Getting call-backs on cockroaches? Should you use monitoring stations? What’s best: bait, residual spray or dust? What’s best on porous surfaces? What type of gel placement provides faster control? This course provides easy-to-view pictograms of residential and commerical layouts with directions on where to apply baits, sprays and dusts, and where to place monitoring traps. Get the latest on cockroach treatment here.

Commercial Pest Control – Part 1

 
Level: 1

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is the best strategy to ensure customer satisfaction, build your business and enhance your company’s reputation. In Part 1 of this course you view the first of two videos on commercial pest control where Jeff Einam and Brett Black from Bayer review a suburban hotel with the aim of determining the best approach to pest control in these often very tough pest control environments. The first step in this IPM approach will be to speak with the owners/managers, then plan and execute an organised approach to pest inspection. Think of this as the first of two parts in a commercial pest control case study.

Commercial Pest Control – Part 2

 
Level: 1

In this course you view two videos on commercial pest control where Jeff Einam and Brett Black from Bayer review a suburban hotel. In Part 2, the Bayer pest control experts continue the IPM strategy, aiming for the best approach to pest control in a tough commercial environment. Now Brett and Jeff have an "understanding of the problem", Jeff ponders the next phase. "What is the process, what are we going to do here, how are we going to approach the inspection?" Think of this as the second of two parts in a commercial pest control case study.

Household pest management – Introduction

 
Level: 1

This course looks at some of the more commonly encountered household pests, their potential impact on the home environment and how to control them. There are several pests around the home that cause concern to human health and safety. Among these, the ones that we encounter most are ants, cockroaches, silverfish and spiders.

Pest information – Ants

 
Level: 2

Ants are common crawling pests that can be found in or near human-made structures. They can survive under the most adverse environmental conditions. Ants are importants pests because they can transmit food-borne illness pathogens, damage wooden structures, spoil our food and are a general nuisance. Do this course to discover all about ants, their colonies, feeding and nesting habits, why and where they come from, their life cycle and some common types of ant.

Pest information – Fleas and flea control (A1237)

 
Level: 1

Why is there so much fuss about such a small insect? When you look at it, fleas are not much different from other insects. However, fleas are the most common parasite that pet owners face – their bites are painful and they cause extreme discomfort to many pets. As a professional pest manager, understanding flea biology, their life cycle and health implications will assist you to control fleas and ensure customer satisfaction. This course also includes a seven-step treatment program to control fleas.

Pest information – Introduction to cockroach control (A1234)

 
Level: 1

This is your introduction to cockroach control. Recent studies show cockroaches are a serious cause of asthma and your customers need to be protected. Part of any cockroach control protocol requires a basic understanding of the pest. Get it here. This course gives pest control technicians a basic understanding of cockroaches, where they hide, what they need to survive and how to identify different species.

Pest information – Spiders and spider control (A1235)

 
Level: 1

Spiders are one of the key issues for call-backs. By understanding the nature and habitats of specific spiders you will be able to provide a pest management solution that will be more effective and sustainable. The identification and control of spiders is important not only to reduce call-backs but also for referral work. Learn all about spiders here!

Residential Pest Control – Part 1

 
Level: 1

In this course you can watch the first of three videos on residential pest control, each in a different location, featuring different construction types and problems. Neville Hedge, Jeff Einam and Brett Black from Bayer review each residential property with the aim of determining the best approach to pest control. In Part 1, Neville Hedge notes that his job sheet for this high-set home requires an external spider treatment and a household ant treatment. Think of this as the first of three in a series of residential pest control case studies.

Residential Pest Control – Part 2

 
Level: 1

In Part 2 of this course you view the second of three videos on residential pest control, each with a different location and pest problems. Neville Hedge, Jeff Einam and Brett Black from Bayer review each residential property to determine the best approach to pest control. Here Neville notes that his clients are not keen on pesticides in the home, so his initial inspection will assess this brick property with the view to conducting a perimeter pest control treatment. Think of this as the second of three in a series of residential pest control case studies.

Residential Pest Control – Part 3

 
Level: 1

In Part 3 of this course you view the third of three videos on residential pest control. Neville Hedge, Jeff Einam and Brett Black from Bayer assess different residential properties. In Part 3 we have a double-brick home on a sandstone foundation with upper timber cladding. Although the owner has reported an internal ant problem, Brett and Jeff also plan to conduct an external inspection of the home and property to assess what other pest problems might exist. Think of this as the third of three in a series of residential pest control case studies.