Friday, December 5, 2014

SHIELD Network - News You Can Use - First Webinar in the NEW IAQ Master Class Webinar Series Taking Place Next Week

Dear Supporter for Healthy Indoor Environments in Schools,

As part of our ongoing effort to continue the momentum to create healthy schools indoor environments in all our nation’s schools, we are pleased to announce the launching of our new IAQ Master Class Webinar Series

At the June 2014 SHIELD Summit, the SHIELD Network began work on designing ten 1-hour technical core-competency web-based training intended to build the capacity of school district staff across the country to start, improve, or sustain an IAQ management program. 

The webinars will feature technical experts, industry leaders and model school districts from the SHIELD Network.  CEU’s are pending and certificates of completion will provided to all who complete the post training evaluation.  The live broadcasts will be recorded an made available for on-demand viewing on the EPA website. 

Mark your calendar to join 10-Part IAQ Master Class Technical Webinar Series.  See schedule below.

Webinar Topic
Webinar Date
Creating Healthy Indoor Environments in Schools: The Knowledge Network and Actions You Need
On-Demand Link
Coming Soon
(Recorded April 30, 2014)
Making the Case
HVAC Systems
Moisture and Mold
Energy Efficiency and IAQ
Integrated Pest Management
Asthma Management
Cleaning and Maintenance
Materials Selection
Source Control

We could use your help in promoting the 1st webinar in the new IAQ Master Class Webinar Series – Making the Case for Environmental Health, Academic Performance and High-Performing Facilities, to be held Thursday, December 11, 2014 from 1:00 am – 2:30 pm ET (including Q&A).  Please help market this webinar opportunity by posting the info in an email, listserv blast or socia media or blog post, or newsletter to your stakeholders.

Thanks for your assistance.

Join the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday, December 11, 2014, from 1-2:30 pm EST for the webinar Making the Case for Environmental Health, Academic Performance and High-Performing Facilities,

Discussion topics include:

  • An exploration of the most compelling and motivating evidence for indoor air quality (IAQ) management in schools.
  • Demonstrations of the return on investment school districts are achieving, such as increased cost savings and improved student performance.
  • How to take action to implement IAQ management plans that address health, academic performance and facility efficiency.

Register today to learn more about how effectively managing IAQ in schools can contribute to a healthier learning environment, improved academic performance and more efficiently performing facilities.

Michele Curreri | U.S. Environmental Protection Agency | Indoor Environments Division | 202-343-9099

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