Tag Archives: School IPM training

School IPM Coordinator Training

School IPM Coordinator Training is required for all Texas public schools.  Our courses offer additional information that you can use in your everyday role in the school system.  Our courses are open to pest management professionals or others who have an interest in learning more about integrated pest management.

School IPM Coordinator Training Lubbock

This training will coincide with the annual Texas Pest Control Association CEU workshop This course is for any school personnel who need to learn about what is required for a school IPM program under the Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Title 4, Part 1, Chapter 7, Subchapter H, Division 7 School IPM Rules.  This class fulfills Texas state requirements for new IPM Coordinators who need the six-hour class to be classified as the designated IPM coordinator.  At the same time, this class fulfills the requirements for the three-year recertification… Read More →

School IPM Coordinator Training

School IPM Coordinator Training is required for all Texas public schools.  Our courses offer additional information that you can use in your everyday role in the school system.  Our courses are open to pest management professionals or others who have an interest in learning more about integrated pest management.

School IPM Coordinator Training Midway ISD

If you’re a new IPM Coordinator and have not yet taken the six-hour mandatory IPM Coordinator training, this class is for you.  This class fulfills Texas state requirements for IPM Coordinators under Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Title 4, Part 1, Chapter 7, Subchapter H, Division 7 School IPM.  Whether this is your first time, or you just need a refresher course.  The course instructors help coordinators understand their role in the school IPM program and help prepare them for TDA inspections.  The course will cover legal requirements for… Read More →

School IPM Coordinator Training

School IPM Coordinator Training is required for all Texas public schools.  Our courses offer additional information that you can use in your everyday role in the school system.  Our courses are open to pest management professionals or others who have an interest in learning more about integrated pest management.

School IPM Coordinator Training

School IPM Coordinator Training is required for all Texas public schools.  Our courses offer additional information that you can use in your everyday role in the school system.  Our courses are open to pest management professionals or others who have an interest in learning more about integrated pest management.

A Safer Way to Keep Schools Pest Free; Stop School Pests Launches Free Online Courses

New Online Courses Help K12 School Employees Make Schools Healthier Places to Learn Stop School Pests, a new online training program, is now available to school employees across the United States and beyond at www.StopSchoolPests.com. The training will help schools reduce pest complaints, pesticide use, and pest-related costs, and improve food and fire safety by teaching staff how to prevent pest problems before they occur. Students spend a major part of each day in school – on average 30 hours each week. Exposure to pests and pesticides can… Read More →

IPM Coordinator Training by TASB (Boerne ISD)

Training is free to TASB members – contact TASB for more information Facilities@tasb.org Read More →

School IPM coordinator training – Houston Area

We are working on a new location for this event – will keep you posted Day One – Required New Coordinator Training If you’re a new IPM Coordinator and have not yet taken the six-hour mandatory IPM Coordinator training, this class is for you.  This class fulfills Texas state requirements for IPM Coordinators under Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Title 4, Part 1, Chapter 7, Subchapter H, Division 7 School IPM.  Whether this is your first time, or you just need a refresher course.  The course instructors help coordinators… Read More →

SPN: Educational Materials for Your School IPM Program

Three new infographics and two detailed publications from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service help demystify the best practices for controlling pests in schools, universities and other areas where humans occupy close quarters. “The average person, while not a pest control expert, is definitely affected when an infestation occurs,” said Janet Hurley, AgriLife Extension specialist in school integrated pest management, Dallas. “That means the average person is integral to controlling pests, especially where large groups of people converge.” Hurley, co-author of the new educational materials, called the infographics… Read More →