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

Schedule of Events

Wednesday, July 26th
8:00 – 9:00 AM | General Safety
Operating Safely While Performing Services - Desiree Straubinger
9:10 – 10:10 AM | Pest
Challenges and Opportunities in Fly Control - Jeff Tucker
10:20 – 11:20 PM | General IPM
Scorpion Identification, Biology and Control: An Integrated Approach to Management  Dr. Bob Davis 
Thursday, July 27th
8:00  – 9:00 AM  | Termite
Wood Destroying Insect Inspections - Ronnie Holder
9:10 – 10:10 AM | L&O
L&O Diseases, Insects, Weeds and Management - Wes Eppele

10:20 – 11:20 AM | Weed
IPM and Management of Weeds - Scott Dunham

Register for the courses 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. 

No Refunds after 7/1/23. Refunds will not be given if the registrant fails to attend the course.





Join us December 20th, for TPCA’s 2022 Last Chance CEU Workshop, in partnership with Target Specialty Products. We will be offering a virtual, one-day workshop and opportunity for your employees to receive their Texas CEU credits before 2022 gets away from us. Mark the date on your calendar for December 20th and we look forward to seeing you there! 

This webinar is being hosted by Target Specialty Products on their training platform. Once you register, you will get a link that will take you to the GoTo.com meeting for the webinar where you will need to register your name, license and personal info so that we can use this to confirm your attendance and submit it to TDA. 

***Registration Closes 12/14/22***

Register Today
Schedule of Events
7:45 - 8:00am Welcome & Introduction
8:00 – 9:00 AM | General Laws & Regs
  • Current Laws and Regulations Trends - Allison Cuellar, Texas Dept. of Agriculture
9:15 – 10:15 AM | General Safety
  • Pesticide Safety - Heather Alonso, BCE - Target Specialty Products
10:30 – 11:30 AM | Pest
  • Rodents: Norway vs roof Rats - Howard Franklin - LiphaTech
12:00 - 1:00 PM  | Termite
  • Termite Anatomy, Biology and Control - Brittany Campbell, Ph.D., BCE - Control Solutions Inc.
1:15 – 2:15 PM | L&O
  • Turfgrass Management IPM for Lawns Across Texas - Joey Young, Ph.D., - Texas Tech University        
2:30 - 3:30 PM | Weed
  • Enhancing Herbicide Programs - Lee Wozniak - Target Specialty Products

Only Pay for the CEU courses you need 
$25 Member Each

$30 Non-Member Each

 1 General Laws & Regs, 1 General Safety, 1 Pest, 1 Termite, 1 L&O, 1 Weed
TDA AG CEU Credits:
 3 General, 1 Laws & Regs, 1 IPM
Schedule subject to change

Start your registration here

 No refunds will be given after 12/1/2022





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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Check back to this page at the beginning of every month. We will be updating it with the current registration link and the upcoming speaker for that month! 

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




Click Here to view the program

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

Warren Hull, ACE
Executive Vice President
PCO Insurance Services LLC
25 Highland Park Village, Suite 100-295, Dallas, TX 75205
Office: (940) 808-8432
[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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