Healthy Homes Assessment and Interventions

The primary objective of the Healthy Homes: Assessment and Interventions course is to help students learn the skills to conduct a basic healthy homes assessment, including how to do a resident interview, develop strategies for assessing the health-related hazards in a home, and develop a comprehensive action plan. They will also learn about identifying responsible parties, estimating costs, handling the bid process, communicating with residents, managing quality control, and keeping adequate records.Students will not only learn about the importance of the resident interview, but will practice conducting one. Likewise, after developing strategies for assessing the health-related hazards in a home, students will conduct an onsite inspection from which they will develop a comprehensive action plan. They will learn about identifying responsible parties, estimating costs, handling the bid process, communicating with residents, managing quality control, and keeping adequate records.

It is not required, but if you want a solid foundation of healthy homes before you take this course, we encourage you to take the Basic Principles of Healthy Homes online course.

Course Information

Learning Objectives

Agenda

CEUs
This course has been approved for 17.0 contact hours of continuing education credit with the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA).

To register for this course, go to the Healthy Homes Training Center Schedule of Classes. If you don’t see this course listed, it’s not being taught at this time, but please check back since courses are added continuously. The cost of this course is determined by the Training Center partner who is offering this course. The cost of this course is determined by the Training Center partner who is offering this course.

Please contact Laura Titus for more information about this course.