In “Transforming Wildlife Control: 6 Key Insights from GetBent Academy’s Innovative Techniques,” we dive into the heart of modern wildlife control, exploring groundbreaking methods and educational strategies pioneered by GetBent Academy. Guided by Mark Citis’ expertise, this in-depth exploration sheds light on the transformative approaches reshaping how professionals address wildlife challenges. From hands-on training in metal bending to the philosophy of collaborative growth, the podcast with Stephen Vantassel offers a rich tapestry of insights, underscoring the evolving landscape of wildlife control and its future trajectory.
Chapter1: Introduction: The Evolution of Wildlife Control
Stephen Vantassel, a renowned Wildlife Control consultant, introduces the podcast by welcoming viewers and encouraging engagement. He then introduces Mark Citis, owner of Wildman Mark Enterprises LLC, who shares his journey from animal handler at the Philadelphia Zoo to a wildlife control expert. This chapter sets the stage for discussing the GetBent Academy and its impact on wildlife control.
Chapter 2: The Birth of GetBent Academy
Mark Citis discusses the founding of GetBent Academy, emphasizing its focus on metal bending in wildlife control repairs. He highlights the financial significance of quality repairs in the industry, differentiating it from mere animal removal. This chapter explores the academy’s unique approach and its importance in professional wildlife control.
Chapter 3: Training the Next Generation: GetBent Academy’s Approach
This section delves into the specifics of the academy’s training program. Mark details the hands-on learning techniques and the range of skills required in wildlife control. The chapter underscores the importance of comprehensive training in metal fabrication and installation techniques.
Chapter 4: Collaboration vs. Competition in Wildlife Control
Mark advocates for a collaborative approach over competition within the industry. He shares personal experiences of partnering with competitors on larger projects, stressing the benefits of shared knowledge and collective growth. This chapter highlights the philosophy of elevating industry standards through collaboration.
Chapter 5: A Glimpse into Metal Fabrication: Techniques and Tools
Here, the focus shifts to the practical aspect of metal fabrication. Mark provides insights into the specific techniques taught at the academy, from scribing to custom metal bending. This chapter offers a glimpse into the detailed, hands-on approach of the academy’s training.
Chapter 6: Looking Forward: Future Trends in Wildlife Control
The final chapter discusses the future of the wildlife control industry, with predictions and insights from Mark. He emphasizes the growing need for skilled professionals capable of handling diverse wildlife scenarios and the role of advanced training programs like GetBent Academy in meeting these demands.
In conclusion, the podcast episode from Living The Wildlife with Stephen Vantassel featuring Mark Citis offers valuable insights into the world of wildlife control. Through the GetBent Academy, Mark Citis demonstrates how specialized training, particularly in metal bending, can revolutionize wildlife control practices. His emphasis on quality repairs, collaboration over competition, and the need for continuous learning underscores the dynamic nature of this field. This episode not only highlights the importance of skill development in wildlife control but also points towards future trends and the growing need for expertise in this niche industry. As we move forward, embracing such innovative approaches and collaborative efforts will be key to elevating wildlife control standards and ensuring effective, humane solutions.
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Stephen M. Vantassel, CWCP, ACE
Wildlife Control Consultant, LLC
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