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Urban Pest Management
Certificate III in Urban Pest Management (CPP30119)
The Certificate III in Urban Pest Management CPP30119 consists of 10 units of competency – 5 core units and 5 elective units.
The qualification applies to people working in the pest management industry as pest management technicians who identify pests, assess pest problems, consider pest management options, liaise with customers and implement pest management strategies.
If you have already completed some of the units through the General Pest Management or Termite & Timber Pest Management courses you can complete the outstanding units to gain full qualification in Certificate III in Urban Pest Management CPP30119. Please contact us for more information.
One Stop Pest Control Training
and Correspondence Learning
Improving your technical ability and customer support skill
Large commercial account management
Converting sales leads to new or additional contracts
Proposing Termite Management Programs
Work Health and Safety inductions
Helpful planning and time management to increase productivity and profit. Sustainable equipment purchases and maintenance
Key environmental considerations for food safety and consumer satisfaction
To achieve Certificate III in
Urban Pest Management (CPP30119)
To achieve this qualification, competency must be demonstrated in 10 units of competency, which are made up of:
|Unit Code||Unit Title|
|CPPCMN3004||Respond to enquiries and complaints|
|CPPUPM3005||Manage pests without applying pesticides|
|CPPUPM3006||Manage pests by applying pesticides|
|CPPUPM3017||Maintain, service and repair pest management equipment|
|CPPUPM3018||Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles|
|Unit Code||Unit Title|
|CPPUPM3008||Inspect for and report on timber pests|
|CPPUPM3010||Control timber pests|
|CPPUPM4001||Assess and select pest management vehicle and equipment|
|CPPUPM4002||Schedule, organise and monitor pest management operations|
|CPPUPM4003||Assess and advise on pest management options for sensitive operations|
For the units in General Pest Licensing short course (5,6 & 18) and the Timber Pest Management Course (8 &10) you will need to enrol separately and attend our Three (3) – Four (4) Day Practical Experience and Two (2) Day Practical Workshops in either Sydney or Brisbane. You will also need to bring your own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
*If you are from a remote area and/or ‘currently working in the industry’ with a licensed Pest Management Technician, you may be able to do your practical experience and practical assessment by Photograph and Video evidence. Please contact our office for further details.