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Continuing Education at the 2016 Wildlife Control Training Group Seminar

Wildlife Control Training Group certificate of completion for the 22nd annual instructional seminar by Chad Soard, Trifecta Wildlife Services

Wildlife Control Training Group certificate of completion for the 22nd annual instructional seminar by Chad Soard, Trifecta Wildlife Services

Chad Soard, owner of Trifecta Wildlife Services, attended the Wildlife Control Training Group’s 22nd Annual Wildlife Control Instructional Seminar held in Indianapolis, IN on February 11th and 12th, 2016. The seminar was an opportunity for private, municipal, state, and federal wildlife and pest control personnel to obtain practical, hands-on training in resolving human and animal conflicts. The lineup of presentations was impressive and comprehensively covered many aspects of the wildlife control industry. Abundant opportunities were available for networking, learning new skills, and honing existing skills. Excellent companies don’t believe in excellence, only in constant improvement.

The lineup of presentations included:

  • Bird Control
  • Raccoon, Squirrel, Skunk, and Groundhog Basics
  • Shooting in Urban Environments
  • Practical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Success With Moles
  • Drones in the Wildlife Control Business
  • Construction Licenses for Wildlife Control Operators
  • Understanding the Endangered Species Act Rule for Northern Long Eared Bats & the Acceptable Management Practices for Bat Control Activities in Structures
  • Wildlife Control Operator Equipment
  • Developing a Professional Rodent Pest Management Program
  • Customer Service Over the Phone

Trifecta Wildlife Services takes advantage of continuing education opportunities and appreciates the efforts of Wildlife Control Training Group to provide the industry with top notch education through their seminars!

One Response so far.

  1. I worked with Chad for several years concerning various laws, rules, and regulations of Wildlife Rehab. I found Chad to be very helpful in all types of circumstances; if Chad didn’t know the correct answer he would always research the subject content so as to ensure you were given accurate information.. Chad always conducts himself in a very professional manner of the highest caliber. It would be so satisfying if more individuals/companies conducted their self and their business in the standard that Chad conducts his self and his business. Chad is one that many could benefit from mentoring after.

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