Texas Pest Control Association
TPCA is proud to offer
Live Online CEU Courses 

Schedule of Events

August 30th
8:00 – 9:00 AM | Termite
Research in Termite Behavior and Transfer of Control Agents
- Dr. Bob Davis
9:15 – 10:15 AM | L&O
L&O Disease, INsect, Weeds, and Application Tips
- Ronnie Holder
10:30 – 11:30 PM | Weed
IPM and Management of Weeds - Wes Eppele 
August 31st
8:00  – 9:00 AM  | General Law

Impacts on Pest Management Professionals from Recent Label Changes - Dr. Bob Davis
9:15 – 10:15 AM | General Pest
Pest Ants: Their Biology, Identification, and Control                    - Dr. Tim Husen                                                                     10:30 – 11:30 PM | General IPM                                                      Perimeter Pests: An Integrated Approach to Management        - Jeff Tucker

Register for the courses here

Get to know your presenters HERE 


MEMBERS: Login to your TPCA Member Profile to receive your TPCA Member Discount. 
Buy one course, or all 6! Purchase any of the courses you need to fulfill your annually required SPCS credits.
Only paid registrants will receive credit. If you attend the course and are not paid, you will not receive credit with TDA. 
Refunds will not be given if the registrant fails to attend the course.




Join us on September 29, 2021, for TPCA's first, in-person and virtual, Technician Training Course for 2021.
We are working to keep you and your employees safe while providing you an opportunity to get your Tech Training, whether you will be joining us at the Overton Hotel, or from the comfort of your office.

Register today 
Schedule - Wednesday, September 29th
7:30-8:00am     Welcome, Announcements & Roll Call
8:00-9:00am     Applicator Certification & Licensing, Pesticide Laws and Regulations
9:00-9:10am     Break                       
9:10-10:10am   Pesticide Toxicity, Residue, Tolerance, Registration, Ecology                      
10:10-10:20am Break
10:20-11:20am Safety, Protective Equipment, Pesticide Poisoning, Agricultural & Structural IPM  
11:20-11:30am Break
11:30-12:30pm  Pests, Pesticide Types, Labels, Formulations
12:30-12:50pm Lunch Break
12:50—1:50pm  Mixing Practices, Mixing Calculations, Equipment, Calibration
1:50-2:00pm     Break
2:00-3:00pm     Weather-Wise Application, Disposal, Storage, Record Keeping, Liability

Tech Training Pricing (Study Guide is included)
$140 for TPCA Members

$170 for Non-Members

Please log into your TPCA Account to receive TPCA Member Discounted Pricing. 

Start your registration here


Technician Training information

This 6-hour exam prep course is required for apprentices to qualify to take the technician exam.  

Prior to the Technician Exam, apprentices should have already completed:

The 6-hour prep class is a review of what they should have already learned in the previous 40, 20, 8 hrs.

For already licensed Technicians, they must have 8 hours of training per year. This course will count 6 hours TOWARDS the 8 hours. Technicians will need an additional 2 hours of on-the-job within the same year.

*This Technician Training course meets the SPCS requirements for apprentices and non-commercial applicators. There will NOT be an exam following the technician training class. This is just one of many requirements** in preparing for the exam. Please visit www.texasagriculture.gov for more information and a list of the full requirements you will need before taking your exam. The General Study guide is included in the registration fee. 

**Please note: you will also need up-to-date category-specific study manuals (Pest, Termite, L&O, etc.) to pass the exam. These manuals are available through the AgriLife Extension service by calling 979-845-1099. These are not available for purchase through TPCA. 



No refunds will be given after 9/22/2021.






Free for TPCA Members!


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Get to know your presenter: 

Stanton E. Cope, PHD

VP, Technical Products and Services 

Catchmaster (AP&G)


Stan was born and raised in Huntington Indiana.  He holds a Bachelors degree in Biology from Swarthmore College, a Masters degree in Entomology from Delaware, and a PhD in Public Health from UCLA.  He served almost 24 years as a Medical Entomologist in the United States, including 4 years as the ‘Head Bug Guy’ for the Department of Defense. 

Stan retired from the Navy in 2012 with the rank of Captain.  He then joined Terminix as the Director for Entomology and Regulatory Services.  In 2017, Stan joined AP&G (Catchmaster).  He has published over 80 scientific and technical papers, delivered well over 150 presentations all around the world, has done research or operational entomology in over 20 countries, and has worked on mosquitoes for almost 40 years.  He is also Past President of the American Mosquito Control Association and a member of Pi Chi Omega.

Stanton E. Cope
Catchmaster (AP&G)
[email protected]


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Call if you have any questions. (512) 954-9664




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Contact Warren Hull to see how you can benefit from this program! 

Warren Hull
Associate Certified Entomologist
Pest Control Practice Leader
Bell Insurance Group/AssuredPartners of Texas LLC
500 N. Central Expressway, Suite 550, Plano, TX 75074
Office: (972) 581-4825
[email protected]



In today's quickly changing pace of online classes in place of in-person classes, we must adjust to new situations and learn those new unspoken rules of webinar etiquette. 

These 5 tips can make your CEU Webinar more enjoyable and productive. 

1. Log in Early - Set a reminder to go off anywhere from 10-30 minutes before the schedule event start time. This will help you find a stopping point to what you are currently doing, transition to find the online link, code and password to input and will give yourself time to download the software if you do not already have it installed. If you already have it installed, the time before the webinar will give you a chance to write down any questions you may want answered during the webinar.  


2. Mute your audio If you are joining a large webinar, some presenters may ask that your audio. This is helpful to avoid unwanted background noises that can distract other participants. 
3. Remember, there is a camera facing you - Most computers, tablets or phones allow access to the camera to show your face while upon joining a webinar. This can come as a surprise to others if at any point during the webinar you get up and show all of the attendees you're wearing a #ZoomMullet - business on top, party on the bottom.


4. Be active in the Q&ARespond to questions or comments just like you would in-person. If there is something you want to know, but do not want to disrupt the presenter, put it in the chat so at the end, if the presenter hasn't touched on the subject at all, they know that is something they need to discuss. 


5. Provide Feedback - It can be hard for the host to tell how the experience was from the attendee's viewpoint. Help us improve our webinars to match your needs by letting us know what worked well and what didn't. Were there any audio problems? Presenter going too fast? Are there topics you would like to see us cover? Let us know so we can work towards providing great content for you and your company! Email us at [email protected] 


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