The New Orleans Mosquito, Termite and Rodent Control Board offers a number of opportunities for citizens and professionals to educate themselves on mosquito, rodent and termite control.
Greater New Orleans Pest Control Association Seminar Series:
March 15, 2017 Tamer Ahmed: Subject, Leprosy
February 16 Ted-Bruesch Advanced Rodent Control
January 25 Kristen Healy PhD. Evaluating the Effects of Mosquito Control on Honey Bees.
PEST CONTROL ACADEMY OCT 10-12
Pest Academy Registration 2017
General pest brochure 2017
Pest Control Academy Agenda 2017
City of New Orleans &
The Greater New Orleans Pest Control Association
2017 Mosquito Academy brochure
Mosquito Academy registration 2017
Termite Academy 2017
March 7-9 2017
Termite Academy Agenda-2017
Greater New Orleans Pest Control Association
Recertification Oct 20, 2016
Pest Control Academy
October 11-13, 2016
Pest Control Academy brochure pdf
Presents: Eric Benson, Ph.D.
Professor and Extension Entomologist
June 29, 2016, 9 to 11:30 am
2100 Leon C. Simon, New Orleans 70122
Mosquito Academy 2016
April 19-21, 2016
Zika Planning Meeting
APRIL 18, 2016
Structural Pest Recertification Categories 7B, 7D
April 12-13 2016
Termite Academy 2016
February 23,24, and25, 2016
Welcome to the eighth annual City of New Orleans and the Greater New Orleans Pest Control Association (GNOPCA) Termite Academy! The Academy started as an initiative of the Greater New Orleans Pest Control Academy’s Educational Committee and was approved by the Louisiana State Structural Pest Control Commission in April 2008. It is now the second school in the state to be offered as a prerequisite for applying for a structural pest control license.
We are pleased to have a great group of speakers for this year’s Academy. The list of speakers will include industry professionals, local and federal researchers, as well as state regulatory officials. The list includes Dr. Thomas Chouvenc and Dr. Phil Koehler from the University of Florida. Both are experts in termite biology and behavior. Dr. Jason Meyers (BASF) is an expert in liquid termiticide treatments and will discuss and demonstrate best practices. Lt. Elizabeth Belcher (New Orleans EMS) will discuss how to administer first aid. Mr. Milton Schleismann (LDAF) will discuss state rules and regulations and take us through best practices for completing wood destroying insect reports. Also, Mr. Ernie Esteve (Billiot Pest Control) will discuss personal protective equipment and safety. Mr. William Robinson (Train2Build) will discuss new construction and insulation techniques that may create challenges for us as termite inspectors. Each speaker brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that will undoubtedly greatly benefit everyone in attendance. We would like to thank each of the speakers for contributing their time and talents.
The Academy will also highlight hands-on field demonstrations on termite detection equipment, liquid termiticide treatments, baiting systems, and drilling and treating trees. Identification laboratories will be set up with demonstrations of local termite species, wood destroying beetles, other wood destroying organisms, and related damage. City of New Orleans entomologists and industry professionals will be on-hand to answer questions regarding pest and damage identification.
Integrated Pest Management Workshop
July 2–3, 2014
The City of New Orleans Mosquito, Termite and Rodent Control Board in cooperation with the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry and Louisiana State University, would like to invite you to Write Your IPM Workshop and certification training for applicators in categories 7B and 7D. The workshop is tailored to school professionals, pesticide applicators with categories 7B and 7D, and pest control professionals.
Mosquito Control Academy 2013
April 22–24, 2013
The City of New Orleans and the Louisiana Mosquito Control Association are offered the first-ever joint-sponsored Mosquito Control Academy April 22-24, 2013 in New Orleans. The Academy featured interactive and hands-on programs regarding mosquito biology and the methods used to manage them.