"Specializing in the Removal of Unwanted Wildlife"
Professional Wildlife Removal & Animal Control since 1997.
Solutions to resolve Human and Wildlife Conflicts.
Call us at:
Dengo Wildlife Control - P.O. Box 5634 Boise, Idaho 83705-5634, (208) 869-9055
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What is NWCOA Certification?
Certification is a verification that an individual Wildlife Control Operator (WCO) has successfully completed the requirements of the National Wildlife Control Operators Association and proven to the Certification Review Board the following:
Does this "Certified" really mean anything?
Definitely... but you need to look at who's doing the Certification. The terms "Certified" or "Award Winning" are tossed around all the time. How many times have you seen an individual win an "in house" award or simply pass a basic training test within their own company and all of a sudden they're "certified"? "In House" training is great but these accolades are company specific and are no measure of industry standards. Elevated status only means something when it's awarded by an entity outside your organizations immediate or economic sphere of influence, by unbiased individuals who are recognized as "experts" in that Industry.
NWCOA's Tough Standards:
Typically, to meet the requirements for National Wildlife Control Operators Association Certification, it usually takes several years to obtain the educational requirements alone, not to mention a minimum of 3 years of field experience. Attending educational symposiums and training seminars, which are spread throughout the United States, usually comes at significant personal expense (CWCP's are invested in their education & training). The NWCOA Certification Review Board is staffed by the our nations leading Wildlife Control Professionals with decades of experience. In short... it's difficult to become "Certified" through the National Wildlife Control Operators Association. All of this translates to a qualified, competent Professional showing up to your door to expertly help you with your Nuisance Wildlife problem. As a consumer, you deserve no less.
Do I really need a Certified Wildlife Control Operator to help us with our problem?
No... you don't need a qualified Professional Wildlife Control Operator any more than you need a qualified Electrician, Mechanical Engineer or Plumber (pick your trade). However, if choosing the right Provider for your home or business is an important decision and your choice of Service Professionals reflects directly upon you, then a NWCOA Certified Wildlife Control Professional is always good policy.
Note: Some States allow only NWCOA Certified Wildlife Control Operators to provide specific services.
Where can I go to find a Certified Wildlife Control Professional- CWCP?
Follow this link to the National Wildlife Control Operators Association website (click here).