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MicroLearn confirms new partnership supporting The British Pest Control Association (BPCA)

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The British Pest Control Association is a not-for-profit organisation and trade association representing over 750 organisations and more than 3,500 individuals with a professional interest in the eradication of public health pests without risk to third parties, non-target species or the environment.


BPCA provides a wide range of benefits and services to members including technical advice and support, free Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) registration, sample documentation and appearance on the Association’s Find a Pest Controller Directory.

The Association is headquartered in Derby and places great importance on promoting the highest standards of professionalism within the industry, whilst giving its members the knowledge and skills they need to progress their career in the pest management industry.

Karen Dawes, Training Development Manager at The British Pest Control Association (BPCA) says,

“We are delighted to work with MicroLearn for the provision of part of our online learning portfolio. The addition of the MicroLearn bite-sized courses enables us to provide an integrated training solution to our members that supports the continued development of their employees and helps to drive up standards within the industry.”

“The format of the MicroLearn courses, which combines presentation slides and video content, ensures that the learner is engaged from start to finish, ensuring that learning outcomes are more easily achieved. Our portfolio includes a wide variety of MicroLearn courses enabling learners to improve their skills and knowledge across a broad range of themes and MicroLearn worked with us to ensure the courses could be accessed through our own learning platform, enabling ease of access. The customer service we have received from MicroLearn to date has been second to none and we are looking forward to further developing our range of topics to ensure that we keep up to date with all the latest advancements in education and training.”

Ali Soper, Creative Director of MicroLearn says, “As we continue to help UK Associations attract new audiences and super-charge their educational offering to their members, we at MicroLearn are so pleased to add The British Pest Control Association to our list of cherished clients.”

“Education and Training has become increasingly important within UK Associations and the British Pest Control Association has shown their commitment to upholding their pledge of promoting the highest standards of professionalism within their industry and driving excellence through their professional standards.”

“Our bite-sized eLearning content is perfect for BPCA’s pest management professionals to broaden their continuing professional development activities at their own pace and truly brings further tangible benefits to membership within this organisation.”