Larvae monitoring cadres has an important role in Dengue vector control. Increasing community participation through larvae monitoring cadres needed to empower the community in the form of learning process. The purpose of study was to measure knowledge and skills of larvae monitoring cadres in managing activities of mosquito breeding place control activities before and after getting managerial learning. Samples were chosen purposively. Each community groups taken 2 larvae monitoring cadres in Sendang Mulyo Village. The number of respondents was 42. The study used quasy experiment with one group pre and posttest design. The results showed the largest age group of respondents was aged 41-58. Most respondents were housewives (81%). There were significant differences in respondents' knowledge scores before and after the study (p <0.05) in managerial knowledge. Training could improve cadre knowledge about managerial activities in mosquito breeding place control significantly. Cadres able to develop follow-up local specific activities in mosquito breeding place control in each community group region. Training of management was first received by the cadre PSN so that cadres should receive refreshing material.