Trainings offered by the PA IPM program:
These trainings are not credited.
Creating Healthy Environments for Childcare
We have several different offerings from 1-3 hours, or a full-day training with assessment on-site. The goal is to raise awareness and provide tools to improve indoor air quality in early learning environments. Audience includes parents, childcare faculty and staff, and administrators.
Don't Let the Bed Bugs Bite! Safe and Effective Bed Bug Management
We have several different offerings on dealing with bed bugs, and can tailor a training to meet your needs. Audiences include housing agencies, pest control contractors, facilities managers, school nurses, school/childcare staff and administrators, health care educators, social workers and home health care professionals.
Food Safety for Family Childcare Providers, Food Safety Manager Certification for Childcare (English and Spanish available!), and many other topics! Please inquire!
Trainings offered through the National Center for Healthy Housing:
These classes are credited under NCHH.
Essentials of Healthy Homes
A two-day course designed for agencies, housing facilities managers and others responsible for housing maintenance and resident health. Credentialed through the National Center for Healthy Housing.
IPM for Multi-family Housing
A one-day course focused on effective solutions for chronic pest problems in multi-family housing that is designed for housing facilities managers and others responsible for housing maintenance and resident health. Credentialed through the National Center for Healthy Housing.
Healthy Homes for Community Health Workers
A one-day course for home health visitors, nurses, and public health professionals who work with low-income and other special needs clients. Credentialed through the National Center for Healthy Housing.
For more information on trainings and registration fees, please contact the PA IPM Program:
Pennsylvania Integrated Pest Management Program
Phone: 814-863-8884, Email: email@example.com
Philadelphia School & Community IPM Partnership, Penn State Extension
Phone: 215-471-2200 Ext. 109, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org