Integrated Pest Management in Multifamily Housing

The Integrated Pest Management in Multifamily Housing course is designed to help property managers and owners 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.

Course Information

Agenda

Learning Objectives:

  • Teach peers to do their part to implement integrated pest management
  • Increase familiarity with law, policy or contract and report it to proper person at housing authority.
  • Identify resources to resolve problems.

Available CEUs:

  • This program has been approved by the Building Performance Institute for a total of 4 BPI continuing education units
  • This program has been approved by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry for a total of 7.5 NARI continuing education units

Additional Resources

What’s Working for Bed Bug Control in Multifamily Housing
Integrated Pest Management: Guide for Affordable Housing

Training Initiative: Integrated Pest Management in Affordable Housing (Resources and Case Studies)

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.

Who Should Attend

The target audiences for the course are property managers, resident leaders, maintenance staff and their pest control operators. The course requires the active participation of the pest control operator / pest management professional as well as property maintenance and resident support services.

For details, contact Susan Aceti. For more information on the training, see www.stoppests.org. Funding from HUD, EPA, USDA and CDC has made this training possible.