PA IPM offers educational and hands-on training sessions on IPM and Healthy Homes for diverse audiences in varied environments and settings across Pennsylvania.

Our educational programs and train-the-trainer sessions can be tailored to meet the needs of your audience and provide evidence-based information from basic to advanced. Professional, Pesticide Applicator, or Continuing Education credits may be available for many of our workshops. We can work with translators and interpreters to deliver the workshops in other languages and to diverse populations.

Training available:

Cost for Training

The PA IPM Program is entirely grant-funded; it receives no financial support from Penn State University. To recover our costs, we ask for reimbursement for our time and expertise. The following rates are our base rate. Please enquire about discounts if you are a non-profit or community-based group. Additionally, some classes may be priced "per person" if they are open to the public. We can accept checks or money orders, but not credit cards or cash.

*Cost per hour: $250

*Cost per day: $1200

Cost of training materials may also be added for certain classes, including the Healthy Homes training. Expenses for travel, including lodging and per diem, will also be charged if necessary.

*Fees subject to change without notice.

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Please contact us for more information and availability.


Bed Bug Basics
IPM and Bed Bugs for Special Audiences (librarians, social workers, clinicians, etc.)
IPM for Schools and Early Learning Environments
IPM in the Curriculum
IPM for Youth
IPM for Community Health Workers
IPM for Community and School Programs
IPM for Gardeners
Pests, Pesticides, and Health
Public Outreach and Tabling Events: Community Festivals, County Fairs, Health Fairs, and Science Festivals
School and Summer Camp Programs
Essentials of Healthy Housing for Practitioners
IPM in Multi-family Housing
Healthy Homes for Community Health Workers
Healthy Homes Environmental Assessment: Principles & Practice