Biology and Management of House Flies webinar Oct. 26

Getting the Best of Pests Webinar Series
Next Webinar – Oct. 26, 2016
Biology and Management of House Flies, Dr. Jerry Hogsette, USDA-ARS, Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology, Gainesville, FL
Biology and Management of Small Flies in Kitchens, Ms. Erin Monteagudo, Entomologist and Technical Director, Univar Corporation
General Information
Although anyone, anywhere can attend, CCU/CEU credit is granted for pest management professionals in GA, AL, SC, NC, TN, NJ, PA, and Canada (Labrador/ Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and British Columbia).
Did you know that all Georgia Department of Agriculture-mandated training for Georgia’s certified operators and registered employees can now be obtained by attending webinars? The Department of Agriculture’s policy on training and education does not limit the number of hours that can be acquired via live, online, interactive events. In Georgia, webinars are viewed no differently than face-to-face trainings.
To meet this demand, the University of Georgia (UGA) College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the Center for Urban Agriculture offer an easy-to-access, interactive training program that allows pest management professionals to earn continuing education training credits from the comfort of their homes or offices, significantly reducing travel time and costs. All your computer needs are speakers, a microphone (recommend but not required) and the ability to access the internet; no special software is needed.
The cost of attending a 2 hour webinar is:
Individual pricing 1-10 participants – $10 per person
Group range of 11-20 participants – $7.50 per person
Group range of 21-100 participants – $5 per person
Groups over 100 pay a flat rate of $500

Dr. Jerry Hogsette is a research entomologist, specializing in flies, at the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s –Agricultural Research Service Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology. Ms. Erin Monteagudo has a M.S. degree in urban entomology from the University of Florida. She is employed, as technical director, by Univar Corporation. She specializes in small flies.

Dr. Hogsette will talk about the biology and management of muscoid flies, namely house flies and related species. Ms. Monteagudo will talk about the biology and management of small flies, such as vinegar flies and humpbacked flies.

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What PMPs are Saying about the Webinar Series
• My first Webinar. More convenient than driving to classrooms. A better way to obtain CEU’s.
• Great job!!! Best money spent.
• Excellent and cost effective sessions, bring ‘em on!
• I’m so glad that we are finally able to have some “live” online training resources. Thanks so much!!!
• I look forward to the next set of Webinars – This format is more informative and personable than some of the [other] training and avoids travel – thank you for setting this type of program up.
Participant surveys have indicated that previous webinars were useful and informative; our presenters were knowledgeable regarding the subject matter; participants were able to connect to the session with minimal issues; and the webinars were largely considered a success.

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