Healthy School Environments Training
School Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Coordinator and Environmental Health Training
Public schools must have health and safety programs that comply with health, safety, and environmental regulations and best practices, including indoor air quality (IAQ) management. One best practice is that public schools have an IAQ Coordinator. This training will discuss the state’s best practices for school IAQ management.
There is no cost for this training (lunch is NOT provided). Registration is required. Classes may be canceled if registration is low.
A certificate of attendance will be provided to attendees. The class is eligible for continuing education credits.
- Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE) Certification (0.3 CEUs)
- MN Education Facility Management Professional (MASMS) Facility Manager Certification (3.0 CEUs).
For other types of continuing education, send information to the MDH Indoor Air Unit on how we can obtain approval for this course.”
- School officials, service providers, health professionals, and others that want to learn more about indoor air quality regulations, guidance and resources
- Public schools that need an IAQ Coordinator (expect to lose their current person or want a second person trained)
When and Where
No training dates available at this time.