Leading Catseye Pest Tech Adds Associate Certified Entomologist (A.C.E.) to his Resume
Catseye has another big gun in its arsenal to offer its growing customer base.
Leading pest management technician and Catseye Pest Control Technical Director Paul Dube is now an Associate Certified Entomologist (A.C.E.), an accreditation that is quickly becoming the industry standard for pest management.
What is an Associate Certified Entomologist (A.C.E.)?
A background in entomology serves as the basis for developments in pests, their relationship with humans and the environment, as well as the best way to eliminate the issue. A.C.E. is built on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) principles with a strong focus on identifying sources and root causes of pest problems before attempting to administer pest elimination solutions.
“We’re thrilled for Paul to add A.C.E. to his credentials,” Catseye President Joe Dingwall said. “This has been a long time coming for him, and he’s going to continue to use his sharp skillset to further advance Catseye’s operations and the pest control industry in general.”
The Entomologist Society of America is a leader in providing certifications geared towards career-minded pest management professionals. With years of experience, rigorous exams, Dube has earned an elite credential that is a pipe dream for many.
What Adding an A.C.E. Means for Catseye & its Customers
It’s one thing to say you have the skills for a job. It’s another thing to convince others that you truly are the best option for professional pest control.
The Associate Certified Entomologist certification, along with continued education and collaborative efforts throughout the industry, help to ensure Dube, A.C.E. has the knowledge and expertise other companies lack.
“Anything we can get our hands on in the pest control industry only makes us stronger as individuals and as a whole,” Dube explained as the driving force behind achieving this goal.
Having an accredited associate certified entomologist working for Catseye creates a greater opportunity for the brand in professional pest control solutions.
This opportunity also creates better solutions for consumers who are facing a pest infestation.
The certification ensures Catseye can provide the best in pest management solutions. It’s easy for companies to say they can eliminate the pest infestation a home or business is facing; it’s something else entirely to have the knowledge, skills, and qualifications to back up the proposed solutions with skills and accreditation.
Certified entomologists are able to detect the role(s) insects play in the spread of disease(s) and how to determine the best solution to protect crops, livestock, and the surrounding area from feeling the impact of damage caused by insects.
With only a few thousand professionals in the United States having this qualification, it ensures the best pest control and wildlife solutions for our customers. To be one of the very few companies with this achievement and expertise is something worth noting.
The only accreditation higher than the A.C.E. is the Board Certified Entomologist (B.C.E.), and even fewer professionals in the U.S. holds this certification.
For more information about the Associate Certified Entomologist accreditation that Dube received, and our tailored pest elimination solutions, contact Catseye Pest Control today.