Virtual Bed Bug Boot Camp set for late August


August 3, 2021



Virtual Bed Bug Boot Camp from SenSci is open for registration, with spaces filling fast. It will take place online Aug. 26 to 27, 2021. Designed for pest management professionals (PMPs), the two-day virtual training course focuses on bed bug biology, sales and BedBug Central’s exclusive, “No Prep” treatment protocol.

Attendees can expect to learn about bed bug biology, behavior and the “No Prep” protocol during the first day. On the second day, students will learn the ins and outs of acquiring new business using the “No Prep” protocol and recurring revenue models, as well as a full two-hour treatment demonstration.

“We’re thrilled to be holding another training session, but due to the demand, we recommend that companies who are interested book quickly before we sell out like our previous sessions,” SenSci National Account Manager Danny White said in a news release.

Each Virtual Bed Bug Boot Camp registration, which includes up to five employees from one company, also includes a free Business Enhanced documents package that is valued at more than $900. The document package includes Bed Bug Agreements, Sub-Agreements, Service Reports, Complete BedBug Central Protocols, Personalization of Headers with your business logo, 40+ Leave Behind Client Communications (English & Spanish) and more.


SenSci, short for “sensible science,” describes itself as  creating effective, affordable, and easy-to-use pest control products. Jeffrey White, director of innovation at BedBug Central, created the SenSci Volcano to provide a versatile interception device that could be used in a variety of environments.

The SenSci Activ, which was developed by Rutgers University, is a bed bug lure that mimics the chemicals found on the surface of the skin to attract bed bugs.

When SenSci Volcano is used together with SenSci Activ, the company says, the combination creates a highly effective and easy-to-use bed bug monitor.


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Heather Gooch

Heather Gooch is the editor-in-chief for PMP magazine. She can be reached at or 330-321-9754.

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