It provides a means of recognising, through the maintenance of a register, suitably qualified persons as professionals in Public Health Pest Control and related activities that would be recognised both within the Industry and by the general public and government:
by maintaining competence through suitable Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training;
It ensures professional conduct of members through recognised training and monitoring, including the Code of Ethics and disciplinary systems.
The BASIS PROMPT Register is open to all qualified individuals who either provide advice on pest control or provide a treatment service.
What did South Coast Pest Control need to provide to be accepted for membership of the BASIS PROMPT register?
We were required to complete an application form for membership indicating our qualifications and details of involvement within the industry.
For FULL Membership
As the Public Health Pest Control sector embraces National Vocational Qualifications (NVQ), the relevant level, i.e. Level 2 upwards, will be considered subject to validation by BASIS. Only NVQ’s (and other qualifications) relevant to the BASIS PROMPT Register will be acceptable.
The categories of entry relevant to the BASIS PROMPT Register are as follows:-
All members of the BASIS PROMPT Register will be entitled to use designated letters after their name:
Member of the BASIS Professional Register – MBPR (Pest Control)