Taking place on Wednesday 11 March at the Yorkshire Event Centre in Harrogate, PPC Live 2020 is set to be the biggest ever.
The event is open to everyone, whether you’re an experienced pest control technician, a surveyor, support staff, a specialist or just want to learn more about the sector.
Presentations will take place in a silent technical seminar theatre, covering topics from rodenticide resistance to bat conservation.
With seating for 100 people, the seminars will use headphones, so attendees won’t miss a single word of the presenters.
In a series of outdoor demonstrations, industry experts will also be showcasing their know-how in a range of disciplines from airgun use to new laser technology.
And in an exciting PPC Live first, the BPCA has introduced indoor demonstrations too, such as Clive Boase’s insect ID drop-in and a proofing products presentation.
All seminars and demonstrations are completely free and open to everyone.
There will also be a range of exhibitors, displaying the latest pest control technology and equipment.
Lauren Day, BPCA Events Manager, believes that this year’s event is set to be the best PPC Live yet.
She said: “There are some exciting new additions this year and we’ve worked hard to make sure there’s something for everyone.
“This isn’t your standard trade show. We’re committed to making sure pest management professionals leave with new knowledge and experiences they can apply to the day job.
“Whether you’re currently working in pest management or just have an interest in the sector, PPC Live is the place to be this March.”
Register your place at PPC Live now and get a free bacon roll and hot drink on arrival.
For more information visit bpca.org.uk/ppclive