Termite Available Classes


Preparing for Wood-destroying Organism Inspections

The basic concepts of doing an inspection for wood-destroying organisms (WDO) will be discussed, including identifying and distinguishing between drywood and subterranean termites, and beetles. Safety equipment and other tools needed to perform inspections will be examined. Appropriate principles and techniques for thorough termite inspections will be covered with actual examples. This class is an introduction and will only cover the general aspects of a WDO inspection, not the specifics of a “Wood-Destroying Organisms Inspection Report, Sec. 482.226, Florida Statutes,” which will be covered in a future class. You must complete 100 minutes in order to be able to download the Attendance Form.

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Wood-Destroying Organism Inspections: The WDO Report

The wood-destroying organisms (WDO) inspection report is discussed in detail, including all aspects of Florida Statutes CHAPTER 482, section 482.226 and Florida Administrative Code Rule 5E-14.142, that are of concern. The report is broken down into sections and each section is examined in detail, explaining what the inspector needs to do. This class also examines who can legally do WDO reports, the training they need, and all other requirements.

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