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It is a common knowledge across all businesses, regardless of industry, that good staff can make or break you. For instance, have you ever been to your favorite coffee shop, only to be greeted by a new barista, who isn't quiet up to scratch. It can be an instant put off. The same applies to our choice of trades people, the trusted electricians, plumbers, pest controllers you let into your home, to carry out what you know will be quality work. 

So how do you tell the good from the bad when it comes to pest control technicians? How about starting with a little background knowledge into the training that is involved in developing one of Multipests knowledgeable, professional & hard working technicians.


- Hiring Process - When it comes to the selection process, Multipest seeks out potential trainees with good morals, excellent work ethic and the big one... no industry experience. The benefits of this, we are starting on a clean slate, without bad habits that may have been picked up by previous employers. Our technicians are trained the right way, the first time. 

- Traineeships - aka doing the hard yards. All new pest control technicians start as trainees. They spend a minimum 12 months working as an offsider for one of our fully qualified, experienced, senior Timber Pest Technicians.  

- Formal Training - All trainees undertake formal training via a Registered Training Organisation. This comprises of two blocks of face to face training, onsite practical assessment & written assessment. To become a full qualified Timber Pest Inspector, all technicians must first successfully complete their Pest Controller & Termite Management courses. This whole process can take up to 2 years. 


- More Hard Work - Now that our Technicians are trained & licenced, they can sit back and relax right? Wrong. In addition to their labour intensive workloads, Our Technicians are constantly learning. Whether this is through product specific training courses with our suppliers, toolbox talks in house, research or further study, there is always an opportunity to advance their skill sets. 

- Workplace Environment- Promoting a positive workplace environment, providing opportunities for personal development, commission incentives, ongoing support. Multipest aims to keep our staff happy and positive, which translates to a better service and product for our valued customers. 

New Product changing the Termite Game

This month sees the much anticipated release of BASF's newest product in the war against Termites, Termidor HE. This new product will drastically change the way Termite Treatments can now be completed. 

For over 15 years, Termidor has been recognised as one of the best Chemical Termite Treatment products on the market in Australia. Which is hardly a surprise when we look at the Product Manufacturer BASF.  BASF is a German chemical company and the largest chemical producers in the world. The BASF Group comprises of subsidiaries and joint ventures in more than 80 countries and operates six integrated production sites and 390 other production sites in Europe, Asia, Australia, the Americas and Africa. Its headquarters is located in Ludwigshafen, Germany. BASF has customers in over 190 countries and supplies products to a wide variety of industries. Here is Australia, BASF has been actively 'creating chemistry' for over 90 years. 

So what's so great about Termidor HE?

HE stands for High Efficiency. So like the name suggests, this product is designed to be more effective, more convenient and provide customers and technicians alike a new level of confidence.  

What does this mean for you the consumer?

Termidor HE has opened the door for Applicators to rethink the way they apply Termite Treatments. The Advanced Formula developed for HE allows the treatment to more effectively disperse throughout the soil. Therefore increasing the projected coverage zone, whilst reducing  the number of drill holes required to perform an effective treatment. In particular one of the best kickbacks from this technology is the preservation of tiled areas & more importantly less chance of damage to these areas. 

Just like Termidor SC, HE has a labelled life expectancy of up to 8 years and where applicable, BASF will warrant this product for coverage up to $2 million dollars under their Termidor Assurance Warranty. 

Specialty Training required


You may have noticed this new icon adorning our home page, that's because Multipest one of the first companies in Brisbane & Redland City area to have our Technicians trained and accredited for the application of Termidor HE and subsequently listed on the Termidor website. 

BASF requires all companies to have their technicians & staff out complete specified training in order to become a recognised Accredited Termidor HE Applicator.

For more information in regards to this new product, contact our office or check out 

Looking to protect your property from Termite attack? One of our trained technicians can attend your property to provide an obligation free onsite termite treatment quotation.