Wildlife Damage Management, Internet Center for



Date of this Version

January 1998


Some people who want to become involved in nuisance wildlife control activities may not have the appropriate education or training for such endeavors. Therefore there is a need to establish a training program that will include most of the situations that control operators may encounter. This national certification model is submitted as a guide to help ensure that such training will be reasonably standardized and embrace most of the nuisance and urban problems commonly encountered.

Note: This draft document was developed by a committee of NADCA members, chaired by Clarence "Ki" Faulkner, over the past year. It is distributed as an enclosure in the March 1998 issue of The Probe for the purpose of soliciting comments and recommendations from the NADCA's membership (see text in The Probe).