irrigate noun. supply water to (land or crops) to help growth, typically by means of channels.
pest noun. destructive insect, rodent or other animals that attacks crops, food, livestock, etc.
At the Detroit Training Center (DTC), we want to provide our students with the tools necessary to contribute to Detroit’s economy. Furthermore, we want to decrease the unemployment rates in our city, in order to encourage residents to stay here by providing better opportunities for them.
pest management / Irrigation technician training
Irrigation technicians are responsible for the installation of irrigation systems and ensuring the equipment is properly working. Moreover, they’re responsible for the repair of these systems.
Pest management technicians inspect to diagnose and control pest problems. It’s crucial to follow safety protocol when working with pesticides to avoid health hazards.
The Pest Management / Irrigation Technician Training course will allow students to gain knowledge to be certified for the National CORE certification and MDARD Commercial Pesticide Applicator 3A, 3B, and 6 Licenses. This license is a standard requirement for any Pest Management Technician job in the state of Michigan. This program also offers an additional add-on certification for mosquito management.
National Core Certification
CORE certification covers the following:
Personal Protective Gear
Transport, Storage, & Security
Federal Pesticide Laws
This includes applicators who use pesticides to manage pests of ornamental plants in exterior areas such as evergreens shrubs, and shade trees.
This includes applicators who use pesticides to manage pest of turf grasses.
This includes applicators who use pesticides in the maintenance of any of the following:
Electric Power Lines
7F Special Add-On Certification
This certification will cost an additional $150 and covers mosquito management for outdoors.