Stop School Pests and iSchool Pest Manager webinar

When:  Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Time:  2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time (US and Canada)

Join the Center of Expertise for School IPM as we get a sneak-peek at two new, free, online school IPM resources.

Dr. Dawn Gouge of the University of Arizona will describe the Stop School Pests program, a standardized, peer-reviewed, national IPM training program for school communities. Training materials include online and in-class teaching materials for all school community groups including administrators, facility managers, pest management professionals, IPM coordinators, landscape and grounds staff, custodians, maintenance staff, nurses, food service staff and teachers. Proficiency exams allow students to print certificates upon successful completion of the courses.

Janet Hurley of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension will introduce us to iSchool Pest Manager, an online hub for school IPM materials. It provides easy, searchable access to a multitude of school IPM documents using computer, tablet, or smartphone.

These new resources, developed through EPA School IPM grants, are intended to help schools initiate and grow their IPM programs thereby providing students, faculty, and staff with healthier learning environments.

*Please Note* – If you previously registered for this event that was originally scheduled for January 2016, your information has been securely saved and you don’t need to re-register.

To register now, please visit the following link:

https://epawebconferencing.acms.com/ssp-ipestmanger/event/registration.html

To know more about the event, please visit our website:

https://epawebconferencing.acms.com/ssp-ipestmanger/event/event_info.html

We invite you to register for our upcoming webinar:

May 17th – Ants – The #1 Pest in Schools

 

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