Online Training Courses

Welcome to the National Healthy Homes Training Center and Network’s (HHTC) online course center. The HHTC recognizes that online training gives you the opportunity to take trainings that may not otherwise fit into your schedule or travel budget.

Currently available online HHTC courses are listed below. We look forward to adding additional online courses in the future. If you have any questions or have feedback on any of our courses, please contact Laura Titus or call 443-539-4161.

Available Courses

Basic Principles of Healthy Homes
Basic Principles of Healthy Homes is an engaging and interactive online course. Whether you’re a community health worker, home assessor, home inspector, program manager, or anyone concerned about healthy housing, this course was designed with you in mind. You will learn about the well-documented link between health and housing; become familiar with the 8 principles of keeping your home healthy; identify the four interdependent systems found in most homes that impact not just our health, but our quality of life; and develop strategies for communicating with residents.

This course is approved for 3 American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) Continuing Education Credits.

This course is approved for 3.0 contact hours of continuing education credit with the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA).

To register for this course, please click here to be taken to the course catalog.

Pediatric Environmental Home Assessment
This online course is designed to prepare nurses to recognize potential environmental hazards as part of a primary prevention approach, and recommend preventative action or make appropriate referrals for conditions that may be caused by a housing-related hazard. Click on the link to proceed to the main page for this course.

To register for this course, please click here to be taken to the course catalog.

Integrated Pest Management in Multifamily Housing
This online course is designed to help a property manager, including a public housing authority, implement a comprehensive integrated pest management (IPM) program by bringing the stakeholders, especially resident leaders, together to develop the skills and practices needed to effectively eliminate pests such as cockroaches and rodents from multifamily housing. This course is available both in the classroom and online. Click on the link to register for the online version of this course. After you submit your registration information, you will automatically be taken to the start page for the course. There is no cost for this course.

For an excellent resource on Integrated Pest Management, we suggest you check out a new resource called Integrated Pest Management: A Guide for Affordable Housing.