Webinars: Education On Demand

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September 10, 2015

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September 10, 2015


illustration: ©Leo Michael

Illustration: ©Leo Michael

The Pest Management Professional (PMP) staff knows our readers function in an industry that requires continual education. New technologies, new rules, innovations, obstacles — it’s a lot to keep up with. We do our best to supply you with information that keeps you ahead of the learning curve.

But there’s only so much we can offer in a print news brief, column or feature story. That’s where webinars come in: These free, classroom-style presentations hone in on industry-specific topics ranging from technician training to insulation installation.

Each of our webinars is touted ahead of time on MyPMP.net so you can preregister and participate in the live session. If you preregister but end up missing the webinar, you’ll be emailed a direct link to it to view at your leisure. During the sessions, you can sit back with a cup of coffee in the office or in your pajamas at home, and let the knowledge wash over you. It’s an ideal way to learn because it’s interactive, informative and (again) free. To participate in a live webinar, registration is required (and easy), but it offers the benefit of allowing you to ask questions in real time via a Q&A box in the webinar window.

If you can’t watch live, we still have you covered. We archive our webinars on our site for several months so you can access them any time. If an old presentation sparks a new question, we can still provide answers. Just drop me an email at wnepper@northcoastmedia.net and I’ll make sure you get a response from the webinar’s speaker.

After a year, the archived webinars are transferred from MyPMP.net to our YouTube channel, where you can access them without registration.

In fact, everything you need to know about webinars, including a list of session topics, can be found at MyPMP.net by clicking on the tab conveniently labeled “Webinars.” Click here to see all of PMP‘s webinars.

You can reach Senior Editor Will Nepper at wnepper@northcoastmedia.net or 216-706-3775.

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