The National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA) presents its Goose Management Academy in June and a Midwest management training workshop in July.
The NWCOA Goose Management Academy takes place June 23-24, at the Days Inn Indianapolis East Post Road. Registration is limited to the first 30 registrants. The Academy’s goal is to provide practical real-world training to individuals and organizations interested in learning aspects of Canada goose damage management. After passing an exam, workshop participants will become a NWCOA Certified Goose Management Professional. The certification is good for five years. Learn more at NWCOA.com/gooseclass.html.
The NWCOA Midwest Regional Wildlife Management Training Event takes place July 15-17, at the Holiday Inn French Quarter in Perrysburg, Ohio. Learn more at NWCOA.com/bat_standards.html:
- July 15-16 consists of NWCOA Certified Basic Wildlife Operator Training. Upon completion of this course and successful passing of a test, the WCO will become a NWCOA Certified Basic Wildlife Control Operator, receive a certificate of completion, and use of the logo.
- July 17 is for NWCOA Bat Standards Compliant Training. It’s designed to aid in the survival of bats in North America, as well as educate those who perform bat exclusion services in residential and commercial structures. Upon completion of this course and successful passing of a test, the WCO will become NWCOA Bat Standards Compliant, receive a certificate and have use of the logo.
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