GHHI Training

GHHI is uniquely qualified to ensure that weatherization, healthy homes practitioners and cross-sector partners embrace integrated assessment and intervention practices that will lead to better outcomes for families and more effective and efficient housing intervention programs. We provide the following presentations and technical trainings to cities, counties, and states across the country, and can tailor sessions to support your organization’s goals, needs, and level of expertise.

  • Introduction to the GHHI Model: Learn the basic components of the innovative GHHI model.
  • Advancing Green & Healthy Homes Integration: Learn how to integrate healthy homes, weatherization, energy efficiency, lead hazard reduction, rehabilitation assessments and interventions into a comprehensive service.
  • Health in Energy Efficiency and Weatherization: Understand home-based, environmental health hazards commonly encountered by weatherization and energy efficiency programs. Receive training on environmental assessment and remediation techniques, including the DOE 11-6 Health and Safety Guidance.
  • Comprehensive Environmental Assessment Training: An overview of the comprehensive assessment process and how to assess homes for a range of home-based environmental health hazards and energy loss contributors in an integrated way.
  • Lead Poisoning Prevention Overview and Lead Related Laws: Learn strategies for incorporating new lead-focused standards to increase the effectiveness of lead abatement programs.
  • Lead Safe Work Practices (i.e., EPA, state, local) Training: Learn lead-safe work practice techniques, applicable laws and project design and phasing considerations.
  • Designing Effective Lead Poisoning Prevention and Healthy Homes Strategies: Learn how to design, develop and implement effective lead poisoning prevention and healthy homes programs, resources, policies and legislation.
  • ACA/Medicaid Pilot Funding Training: Training on designing, securing and implementing an effective ACA/Medicaid Pilot program.

For more information call the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative at 410-534-6447.

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