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Continuing Education Courses

Classes accepted as Measurement and Mitigation CE Courses - One Time Only
CourseCreditsTitle
CERTI-1 16Radon and Radon Decay Product Measurement Course - Home Study
CERTI-2 24Radon Mitigation Technology - Home Study
EML-1 16Radon Measurement Technician Course - Classroom
ERRTC-1 16Radon Measurement Course - Home Study
ERRTC-2 16Radon Measurement Proficiency - Classroom
ERRTC-3 16Radon Mitigation Proficiency Course - Classroom
ERRTC-4 40Radon Mitigation - 5-day Hands-on Training Course - Classroom
GMU-3 16Certification of Residential Service Providers of Indoor Radon Measurements - Classroom
HHEC-1 16Radon 101: Radon Measurement Course - Classroom
HHEC-2 16Radon 101: Radon Measurement Course - Online
HHEC-3 16Radon 101: Radon Measurement Course - Home Study
HSTI-1 16Radon Measurement Training Course - Classroom
INACH-1 16Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course - Online
KSU-1 16Radon Measurement Training Course - Online
KSU-2 24Radon Mitigation Training Course - Online
KSU-3 40Combined Radon Measurement and Mitigation Training Course - Online
KSU-4 16Radon Measurement Training Course - Classroom
KSU-5 16Radon Mitigation Training Course - Classroom
MURC-8 24Radon Technology For Mitigators/Radon Mitigation Course (KSU) - Classroom
MURC-9 16Radon Measurement Proficiency Course/Radon Measurement Course (KSU) - Classroom
NRPP-164 16Radon Measurement Proficiency Course - Online
NRPP-42 16Radon Measurement for Testers, Labs & Mitigators - Classroom
PHII-34 16Radon Measurement Course - Online
RADLNK-1 16Radon Measurement Course - Classroom
SPRUCE-1 16Residential Radon Measurement - Classroom
SPRUCE-2 24Residential Radon Mitigation - Classroom
SPRUCE-3 24Residential Radon Mitigation - Web Based - Online
SPRUCE-4 16Residential Radon Measurement - Web Based - Online
UES-21 16Radon Measurement Proficiency Course - Home Study
UILC-1 16UIC Radon Course on Measurement - Classroom
USI-1 16Radon Measurement Training - Classroom
USI-2 16Radon Measurement Training - Online
WRRTC-1 16Radon Measurement Operators Course - Classroom
WRRTC-2 24Radon Technology for Mitigators - Classroom
Classes accepted for Continuing Education (CE) Courses
CourseCreditsTitle
AIRCK-401 4Conducting Radon Testing During Real Estate Transactions - Online
CERTI-300 12Radon: Train-The-Speaker - Classroom
CERTI-302 16Protecting Your Home From Radon - Home Study
CERTI-304 24Radon & Radon Decay Product Measurement - Home Study
CERTI-305 16Radon and Radon Decay Product Measurement 16 hours - Home Study
CERTI-601 12Advanced Rn Measruements for Multi-Family and other Large Buildings - Online
CTDPH-200 4Radon Measurement in Connecticut School - Classroom
INACH-401 16Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course - Online
KARP-201 8Kentucky Radon Contractor Orientation and QA/QC Plan Development - Classroom
KSU-201 2Mitigation System Diagnostics and Performance Factors - Classroom
KSU-202 2QA/QC Measurements - Classroom
KSU-203 2New Radon Standards for RRNC, Multifamily Measurement and Multifamily Mitigation - Classroom
KSU-204 2Radon Programs Update - Classroom
KSU-205 4Inspecting the Radon Mitigation System with Home Inspection - Classroom
KSU-700 1Getting Media Coverage on Radon - Using the AARST Tool Kit - Online
MDH-700 6Minnesota (MDH) Radon Stakeholders Meetings - Classroom
MURC-200 8Hands On Mitigation - Classroom
MURC-201 8Radon Control in Homes - Classroom
MURC-203 8Radon Measurement in Schools and Large Buildings - Classroom
MURC-300 8Quality Assurance Quality Control in Radon Measurements - Home Study
MURC-600 8Radon Measurement in Multi-Family Buildings - Classroom
MURC-601 8Radon Mitigation: Multifamily Buildings - Classroom
NRPP-100 5The Health Risks of Radon - Home Study
NRPP-11 3Radon Measurements in Schools (Revised) - Classroom
NRPP-110 12Radon Entry & Measurements in Tropical Climate - Home Study
NRPP-111 16Radon Measurement and Mitigation in Tropical Climates & Karst Conditions - Home Study
NRPP-115 3Radon Physics - The Basics - Home Study
NRPP-116 2Radiation Training Refresher for the Radon Professional - Home Study
NRPP-127 3Radon Measurement Devices - Home Study
NRPP-135 8RRNC: Practices: An Industry Discussion - Home Study
NRPP-136 8Health Perspectives For Promoting RRNC - Home Study
NRPP-138 16The Basis for Promoting Radon Reduction in Your Community - Home Study
NRPP-14 3Introduction to Control Charts - Home Study
NRPP-153 16Conducting Radon Surveys in Schools & Large Buildings - Home study
NRPP-16 3EPA's Map of Radon Zones - Home Study
NRPP-166 16ALARA - Health & Safety - Classroom
NRPP-170 2Disposal of Granular Activated Charcoal Used for the Treatment of Rn-222 in water. - Classroom
NRPP-171 8Installation and Design of Radon and Soil Gas Collection Systems in New Buildings - Home Study
NRPP-173 16Radon Measurement Operators Course for Specialist. - Classroom
NRPP-179 8Diagnosing & Correcting Problems with Standard Radon Mitigation Systems - Classroom
NRPP-201 4Topics in Advanced Techniques for Radon Mitigation Systems - Classroom
NRPP-202 8Advanced Techniques for Radon Mitigation Systems - Classroom
NRPP-203 1Law, Liability & Radon Business - Classroom
NRPP-204 1How to Build a Powerful Online Presence Edition - Classroom
NRPP-205 8Continuing Education for the Radon Professional PLUS a free Public Outreach Presentation - Classroom
NRPP-303 12Continuing Education for the Radon Professional PLUS a free Public Outreach Presentation - Homestudy - Home Study
NRPP-34 4Electret Ion Chambers for Measuring Radon in Air - Classroom
NRPP-35 2Electret Ion Chambers for Measuring Radon Progeny in Air - Classroom
NRPP-36 2QA/QC Plans for Electret Ion Chamber Systems - Classroom
NRPP-37 1616-Hour Measurement Refresher Course - Classroom
NRPP-38 4Radon In Water - Home Study
NRPP-39 6Radon Physics - Home Study
NRPP-4 3Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon - Classroom
NRPP-40 8Radon Basics for the Home Inspector - Home Study
NRPP-403 12Continuing Education for the Radon Professional PLUS a free Public Outreach Presentation/Webinar - Online
NRPP-41 8Radon Measurement Devices - Home Study
NRPP-43 4Radon-Resistant New Construction - Classroom
NRPP-44 4Radon in Real Estate - Classroom
NRPP-5 3Tampering By The Numbers - Classroom
NRPP-56 4Becoming Proficient with Rad Elec E-Perm Measurement Devices - Home Study
NRPP-57 4Getting RRNC Done and Done Right - Classroom
NRPP-58 4New Mitigation Standards and Other Issues - Classroom
NRPP-59A 24Radon Mitigation Technology - 24 CE - Home Study
NRPP-59B 16Radon Mitigation Technology - 16CE - Home Study
NRPP-60 4Radon from a Physician's Perspective - Home Study
NRPP-61 12HomeAire for Dealers - Home Study
NRPP-62 4Interviews with Radon Experts - Home Study
NRPP-65 4Radon Control Methods for Existing and New Residential Structures - Home Study
NRPP-66 3Radon Measurement Protocols Review - Update 2007 - Home Study
NRPP-67 1Introduction to ASTM E 1465 - Classroom
NRPP-68 4A History of Radon Legislation Related to Indoor Radon Testing and Mitigation - Classroom
NRPP-69 8Quality Assurance Quality Control in Radon Measurements Home Study Course - Home Study
NRPP-71 8Commercial Radon Mitigation - Classroom
NRPP-74 16Radon Measurement Proficiency Short Course - Classroom
NRPP-75 8Radon Resistant New Construction Home Study Course - specific to New Jersey - Home Study
NRPP-77 4Radon Quality Assurance - Classroom
NRPP-78 8Waterborne Radon Home Study Course - Home Study
NRPP-79 8Radon Measurement Review Home Study Course - Home Study
NRPP-9 5Very Fundamental Nuclear Physics - Classroom
SPAI-201 4What is Required in HUD Multifamily Radon Testing - Classroom
SPRUCE-200 8Radon In Water - Classroom
SPRUCE-203 4Marketing the Radon Message - Classroom
SPRUCE-209 8Choosing the Right Fan - Classroom
SPRUCE-214 8Radon Measurement Refresher - Classroom
SPRUCE-216 4Donuts, Coffee & Radon: Marketing to the Real Estate Agent - Classroom
SPRUCE-219 3The Science of the Atom, Radiation, Radioactivity and Radon - Classroom
SPRUCE-221 2Do You Know Your Radon - Classroom
SPRUCE-300 8Radon in Water: Residential Sampling and Aeration Mitigation - Home Study
SPRUCE-301 8Recession Proofing Your Radon Business - Home Study
SPRUCE-302 2Ask The Experts: Advanced Mitigation Techniques - Home Study
SPRUCE-303 1Dave's Corner - Home Study
SPRUCE-304 4EPA's Energy Star IAQ Labeling Programs: New Opportunities for the Radon Professional - - Home Study
SPRUCE-305 2Selling Radon Systems to Builders - Home Study
SPRUCE-306 2Writing The Contract and Guarantee - Home Study
SPRUCE-307 2Advanced Mitigation Techniques: Troubleshooting Tough Homes - Home Study
SPRUCE-308 2Where's The Radon Really Coming From? - Home Study
SPRUCE-400 4Marketing the Radon Message - Online
SPRUCE-401 8Quality Assurance/Quality Control - Online
SPRUCE-500 4Radon Resistant New Construction - Classroom
SPRUCE-502 2The Opportunities and Risk of RRNC - Home Study
SPRUCE-600 8Radon Testing in Multifamily Buildings - Classroom
USI-401 16Radon Measurement Training - Online

Conducting Radon Testing During Real Estate Transactions

Course ID#: AIRCK-401
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  This is a refresher course to highlight the duties of a professional radon tester when testing a home that is involved in a real estate transaction. Minimum protocol from EPA, AARST and regulated states such as Ohio and Illinois are explained and the student is strongly urged to take the best of all the standards to conduct "Best Practice" services for their clients.

Provided by Air Check, Inc., Naples, NC, Email: info@radon.com, Phone: 1-800-247-2435
Website: http://radon-pro.com


Radon: Train-The-Speaker

Course ID#: CERTI-300
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 12

Course Description:  Enhance your business by providing real estate professionals, builders, or concerned citizens with professional presentations about radon. This course provides you with a PowerPoint Presentation that you can use (and adapt) for your own presentations as well as a full technical review for each slide to provide you with answers for typical questions and concerns from audiences. You will also receive a comprehensive review of presentation techniques to enhance your skills as a public speaker. Students completing this course are eligible to be listed on the Radon Speakers Bureau on the NRPP and CERTI websites.

Provided by Center for Environmental Research & Technology, Inc. Colorado Springs, Colorado, Email: dbrown@certi.us, Phone: 1-800-513-8332
Website: www.certi.us


Protecting Your Home From Radon

Course ID#: CERTI-302
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This home study course is based upon the popular reference book, "Protecting Your Home from Radon". It provides radon professionals with the homeowner's perspective when it comes to radon mitigation. Whether you are a radon measurement of mitigation professional, this course will provide you with a valuable resource you may find yourself sharing with your clients.

Provided by Center for Environmental Research & Technology, Inc. Colorado Springs, Colorado, Email: dbrown@certi.us, Phone: 1-800-513-8332
Website: http://www.certi.us


Radon & Radon Decay Product Measurement

Course ID#: CERTI-304
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 24

Course Description:  This home study course includes all the comprehensive information and audio instruction of the Home Study Measurement Certification Course with a convenient alternative for obtaining all 24 credits required when you have both certifications. Students listen to the audio CDs and complete the online review questions.

Provided by Center for Environmental Research & Technology, Inc. Colorado Springs, Colorado, Email: dbrown@certi.us, Phone: 1-800-513-8332
Website: www.certi.us


Radon and Radon Decay Product Measurement - Home Study 16 hours

Course ID#: CERTI-305
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This home study course provides you with all the comprehensive information and audio instruction of the Home Study Measurement Certification Course, but with an abbreviated set of review questions. Students listen to the audio CDs and complete the online review questions.

Provided by Center for Environmental Research & Technology, Inc. Colorado Springs, Colorado, Email: dbrown@certi.us, Phone: 1-800-513-8332
Website: www.certi.us


Advanced Rn Measruements for Multi-Family and other Large Buildings

Course ID#: CERTI-601
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 12

Course Description:  With the expanding need for radon measurements in apartment buildings as is now required by HUD, students taking this course will learn about the different approaches for testing apartment buildings, as well as, the additional complexity involved with working with tenants as well as clients. Using both US EPA protocols and the newly created AARST Multi-Family Measurement protocols, students completing this course will have the tools to expand their radon measurement into this growing segment of the radon industry. The skills taught in this course will also be applicable for those wishing to test schools and administrative buildings. Students have access to survey tools such as test logs, testing notices and other resources to help enter this market.

Provided by Center for Environmental Research & Technology, Inc. Colorado Springs, Colorado, Email: dbrown@certi.us, Phone: 1-800-513-8332
Website: http://www.certi.us


Radon Measurement in Connecticut School

Course ID#: CTDPH-200
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  The Connecticut Department of Public Health (CT DPH) Radon Program will be presenting a training course entitled, Radon Testing in Connecticut Schools to all interested NRPP certified radon measurement professionals. DPH reporting requirements, EPA radon measurement protocols, and data collection forms will be presented on and shared with attendees. Additionally, DPH training certificates will be issued upon completion of the training course.

Provided by Allison Sullivan, Radon Program State of CT Dept. of Public Health, Hartford, Email: allison.sullivan@ct.gov, Phone: 1-860-509-7367
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dph/radon


Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course - Online

Course ID#: INACH-401
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  InterNACHI's Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course is available online and is free to members of InterNACHI. Members enjoy unlimited access to this online course.

Provided by InterNACHI
Website: http://nachi.org/radon-measurement-service-provider-online-course-htm


Kentucky Radon Contractor Orientation and QA/QC Plan Development

Course ID#: KARP-201
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This course provides an overview of the regulations and statutes requiring KY radon contractor certification and goes into depth on the QA Plan requirements for measurement and mitigation contractors seeking Kentucky certifications. Specific QA Plan requirements are stated in the regulation and statutes.

Provided by KEntucky Association of Radon Professionals (KARP), PO Box 99438, Louisville, KY 40269; Email: kyle.hoylman@kentuckyradon.org; Phone: 502-410-5000
Website: http://kentuckyradon.org


Mitigation System Diagnostics and Performance Factors - Classroom

Course ID#: KSU-201
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  This course provides hands on demonstrations and displays in order to review mitigation system diagnostic performance and installation issues. This course will demonstrate fan performance factors including energy consumption versus air flow rates, pitot tube air flow measurements, pressure field extension qualitative and quantitative diagnostic procedures and purpose. There will also be discussion on energy consumption effects of radon mitigation systems.

Provided by Kansas State University (MURC-KSU), Bruce Snead, Manhattan, KS, Phone: 785-532-4992 Email: bsnead@ksu.edu
Website: http://www.kansasradonprogram.org/courses


QA/QC Measurements - Classroom

Course ID#: KSU-202
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  This course will cover the factors which are fundamental to radon services quality assurance plans and quality control measurements, with discussion of certification and licensing requirements. The increase of review and submission of QA plans have been identified as an NRPP priority and is a common requirement in several certifying states. Understand and creating QA plans and conducting QC measurements are basic skills that need to reinforcement.

Provided by Kansas State University (MURC-KSU), Bruce Snead, Manhattan, KS, Phone: 785-532-4992 Email: bsnead@ksu.edu
Website: http://www.kansasradonprogram.org/courses


New Radon Standards for RRNC, Multifamily Measurement and Multifamily Mitigation - Classroom

Course ID#: KSU-203
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  This course will provide the current version of all three of these new AARST-ANSI Standard documents to each participant at a savings of $20 per document compared to non-AARST member individual price. An overview of each Standard will be presented with questions and answer discussion to follow.

Provided by Kansas State University (MURC-KSU), Bruce Snead, Manhattan, KS, Phone: 785-532-4992 Email: bsnead@ksu.edu
Website: http://www.kansasradonprogram.org/courses


Radon Programs Update - Classroom

Course ID#: KSU-204
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  This session will provide updates to national radon program developments for federal, state and radon industry organization initiatives, including NRPP, AARST, and ANSI/AARST Standards Consortium

Provided by Kansas State University (MURC-KSU), Bruce Snead, Manhattan, KS, Phone: 785-532-4992 Email: bsnead@ksu.edu
Website: http://www.kansasradonprogram.org/courses


Inspecting the Radon Mitigation System with Home Inspection

Course ID#: KSU-205
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  This course provides information about properly installed radon mitigation systems, along with an overview of radon, radon entry and behavior, standard radon mitigation methods, available system checklists from national programs and regulatory states, and lots of examples of what, and what not to do.

Provided by Kansas State University, Bruce Snead, Manhattan, KS, Phone: 785-532-4992 Email: bsnead@ksu.edu
Website:  http://www.kansasradonprogram.org/courses


Getting Media Coverage on Radon - Using the AARST Tool Kit

Course ID#: KSU-700
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 1

Course Description:  AARST members have an excellent resource to engage the media for radon issue coverage and stories. Folder #9 in your Kit is filled with useful tools and examples. We will discuss options and opportunities for radon media stories, and lessons learned by the instructor and participants, with the purpose of stimulating action on radon in your market area.

Provided by Kansas State University, Bruce Snead, Manhattan, KS, Phone: 785-532-4992 Email: bsnead@ksu.edu
Website: http://www.kansasradonprogram.org/courses


Minnesota (MDH) Radon Stakeholders Meetings

Course ID#: MDH-700
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 6

Course Description:  

Provided by Minnesota Department of Health
Website: 


Hands On Mitigation

Course ID#: MURC-200
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This course is intended to give participants hands-on experience in radon mitigation including initial assessment, diagnostics, installation, and system testing. The course is a minimum of 8 hours in length. This course supplements the NRPP listed combined radon measurement and mitigation courses as taught by the EPA founded Regional Radon Training Centers.

Provided by Midwest Universities Radon Consortium (MURC), St. Paul, MN, Email: cceconf2@umn.edu, Phone: 1-800-843-8636
Website: http://www.cce.umn.edu/radon


Radon Control in Homes

Course ID#: MURC-201
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This course focuses on the strengths, limitations and critical aspects of both: 1) Appendix F of teh International Residential Code (IRC) and2) ASTM 1465-07a, Standards of Practice for Radon Control Options for the Design and Construction ofNew Low-Rise Residential Buildings. Attention is given to and arguments to install active versus passive soil depressurization systems. The course also provides an updated overivew of radon basics; radon health effects research highlights; and radon entry. Research concern of the use of active soil depressurization for control of indoor moisture will be cited.

Provided by Midwest Universities Radon Consortium (MURC), St. Paul, MN, Email: cceconf2@umn.edu, Phone: 1-800-843-8636
Website: http://www.cce.umn.edu/radon


Radon Measurement in Schools and Large Buildings - Classroom

Course ID#: MURC-203
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This accelerated one-day course focuses on the skills you need to understand the major factors unique with radon measurement in schools and large buildings. The target audiences for this course are school and large building managers, radon measurement professionals, environmental consultants, and public health officials. The goal of the course is to help participants design and manager radon measurement projects in schools and large buildings. Topics include test preparation, determining test locations, test procedures, required measurement conditions, quality control and test documentation. The course is build around the new American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard, "Protocols for Conducting Radon and Radon Decay Product Measurements in Schools and Large Buildings", which is designed to replace the US Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) school radon measurement protocols.

Provided by Midwest Universities Radon Consortium (MURC), St. Paul, MN, Email: cceconf2@umn.edu, Phone: 1-800-843-8636
Website: https://cceevents.umn.edu/radon-training-courses-for-professionals


Quality Assurance Quality Control in Radon Measurements

Course ID#: MURC-300
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This course focuses on the strengths, limitations and critical aspects of both: 1) Appendix F of teh International Residential Code (IRC) and2) ASTM 1465-07a, Standards of Practice for Radon Control Options for the Design and Construction ofNew Low-Rise Residential Buildings. Attention is given to and arguments to install active versus passive soil depressurization systems. The course also provides an updated overivew of radon basics; radon health effects research highlights; and radon entry. Research concern of the use of active soil depressurization for control of indoor moisture will be cited.

Provided by Midwest Universities Radon Consortium (MURC), St. Paul, MN, Email: cceconf2@umn.edu, Phone: 1-800-843-8636
Website: http://www.cce.umn.edu/radon


Radon Measurement in Multi-Family Buildings - Classroom

Course ID#: MURC-600
Applicable to: Measurement (MFM)
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This very intense one-day course helps prepare you for the new and very difficult Multifamily Radon Measurement Exam for the National Radon Proficiency Program advanced certification in this field. Note, you must be a NRPP certified professional in order to take the advanced certification exam. However, all professionals may take the course to satisfy continuing education requirements for recertification.

Provided by Midwest Universities Radon Consortium (MURC), St. Paul, MN, Email: cceconf2@umn.edu, Phone: 1-800-843-8636
Website: http://www.cce.umn.edu/radon


Radon Mitigation: Multifamily Buildings

Course ID#: MURC-601
Applicable to: Mitigation (MFMT)
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This course takes the student into the AARST/ANSI standard for measurement in multifamily buildings with an emphasis on the framework and reasons for changes from previous protocol. This course will prepare you to take the Advanced Certification Multifamily Measurement Exam.

Provided by Midwest Universities Radon Consortium (MURC), St. Paul, MN, Email: cceconf2@umn.edu, Phone: 1-800-843-8636
Website: http://www.cce.umn.edu/radon


The Health Risks of Radon

Course ID#: NRPP-100
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 5

Course Description:  The course covers the health risks of exposure to radon and radon decay products. The course also covers the history and describes the mechanism leading to lung cancer. There are also two review sections that cover radon physics and radon testing protocols. It is best to complete the review sections before starting the main course.

Provided by US Inspect, LLC,
Website: http://www.usinspect.com/training


Radon Measurements in Schools (Revised)

Course ID#: NRPP-11
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 3

Course Description:  This program is a review of the EPA document titled 'Radon Measurements in Schools, Revised Edition'. If you are planning on testing schools for radon, these protocols are a must.

Provided by University Educational Services, Mt. Pocono, PA, Phone: 570-350-0799, Email: phoule1@ptd.net
Website: www.uesinc.com


Radon Entry & Measurements in Tropical Climate

Course ID#: NRPP-110
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 12

Course Description:  This course deals with pressure driven entry of radon due to environmental factors found in structures constructed on karst or limestone formations as well as the effects of very tight buildings within tropical regions.

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


Radon Measurement and Mitigation in Tropical Climates & Karst Conditions

Course ID#: NRPP-111
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This home study course is an extension of NRPP 110 - providing radon professionals with technical information and an overview of experiences in the measurement and mitigation of radon in tropical and karst conditions, including the differences involved in radon entry and effects of geologic formations.

Provided by Center for Environmental Research and Technology Approved for NRPP CE
Website: 


Radon Physics - The Basics

Course ID#: NRPP-115
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 3

Course Description:  The course covers the basics of radiation, focusing on ionizing radiation. Some basis atomic physics is covered. We discuss the history of radiation discover and the people that were instrumental in the initial research. Then we focus on the radon decay chain, equilibrium ratio and what can affect it, and measurement units. Some calculations for measurement units and some for ER.

Provided by US Inspect, LLC,
Website: http://www.usinspect.com/training


Radiation Training Refresher for the Radon Professional

Course ID#: NRPP-116
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  The course covers the basics of radiation, focusing on ionizing radiation. Some basis atomic physics is covered. We discuss the history of radiation discover and the people that were instrumental in the initial research. Then we focus on the radon decay chain, equilibrium ratio and what can affect it, and measurement units. Some calculations for measurement units and some for ER. The course also discusses recommendations for radon measurement and mitigation professionals on ways to limit your exposure as well as tracking and calculation of accumulated exposure.

Provided by US Inspect, LLC,
Website: http://www.usinspect.com/training


Radon Measurement Devices

Course ID#: NRPP-127
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 3

Course Description:  The course covers the various measurement devices available, discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each. The course also discusses how the various devices are analyzed. There are also two review sections that cover radon physics and radon testing protocols. It is best to complete the review sections before starting the main course.

Provided by US Inspect, LLC,
Website: http://www.usinspect.com/training


RRNC: Practices: An Industry Discussion

Course ID#: NRPP-135
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This home study video-based course is comprised of two separate sessions recorded at the U.S. EPA, Region VIII’s Radon Stakeholder's Meeting in Denver Colorado in April 2010. The program discusses current practices and alternatives to the installation of radon control techniques in building construction and incorporates valuable comments from seasoned mitigation contractors, engineers and school maintenance personnel who attended this highly interactive program.

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


Health Perspectives For Promoting RRNC

Course ID#: NRPP-136
Applicable to: Mitigation (RRNC)
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This home study video-based course was recorded at the 2010 Region 8 Stakeholders Meeting and includes presentations by Dr. Bill Field, Phil Jalbert of US EPA, and Doug Kladder, all dealing with perspectives of health effects of radon in the promotion of Radon Resistant New Construction

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


The Basis for Promoting Radon Reduction in Your Community - Home Study

Course ID#: NRPP-138
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  A comprehensive review of the “Why’s” and “How-To’s” of radon control techniques in new and existing homes. Recorded over a three day period in Washington DC, and sponsored jointly by NRPP and the US EPA, this program brings together the nation’s leading experts on radon health risk, mitigation techniques, legal aspects, and social marketing strategies.

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


Introduction to Control Charts

Course ID#: NRPP-14
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 3

Course Description:  This course discusses in detail the use of control charts when performing duplicate measurements. The viewer will experience the plotting of data on control charts for the purpose of determining the quality of duplicate measurements. Blank control charts are supplied for the viewer's use

Provided by University Educational Services, Mt. Pocono, PA, Phone: 570-350-0799, Email: phoule1@ptd.net
Website: www.uesinc.com


Conducting Radon Surveys in Schools & Large Buildings

Course ID#: NRPP-153
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home study
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This video course provides an in-depth discussion on conducting surveys in schools, apartments and commercial buildings as well as provides resources and tools in order to conduct surveys. Students also can download a copy of the new AARST Protocol for Conducting Radon and Radon Decay Product Measurements in Multifamily Buildings.

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


EPA's Map of Radon Zones

Course ID#: NRPP-16
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 3

Course Description:  This course is a detailed analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of EPA's Map of Radon Zones. Discussion is given regarding the components that make up the map, and the reader is shown how to calculate zones from fundamental information.

Provided by University Educational Services, Mt. Pocono, PA, Phone: 570-350-0799, Email: phoule1@ptd.net
Website: www.uesinc.com


ALARA - Health & Safety

Course ID#: NRPP-166
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This course covers a wide variety of of topics on radon including: radon in water, mitigation and health effects. The course also includes copies of EPA guidance and protocol documents on radon.

Provided by Provider #1 Radon Tester 122 West 5th Avenue Derry, PA 15627-1214 Contact: Email:
Website: http://celiar.home.comcast.net/


Disposal of Granular Activated Charcoal Used for the Treatment of Rn-222 in water.

Course ID#: NRPP-170
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  The disposal of spent granular activated charcoal (GAC) Filters used in the application of residential radon reduction From well water is a concern. Residual radioactivity collected on the filter media, such as natural uranium, radium and lead need to be accounted for in order to minimize problems at the disposal site. Well water is known to contain small quantities of uranium, radon and radium and the GAC filter has varying collection efficiencies for each. Various disposal concerns need to be considered such as U.S. DOT transportation issues, U.S. NRC regulations and state TENORM guidance. This course addresses these issues.

Provided by University Educational Services, Mt. Pocono, PA, Phone: 570-350-0799, Email: phoule1@ptd.net
Website: www.uesinc.com


Installation and Design of Radon and Soil Gas Collection Systems in New Buildings

Course ID#: NRPP-171
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This video course was recorded at the 2012 Region 8 Stakeholders Meeting. It provides an in-depth look at the aspects of designing and installing radon mitigation and soil gas collection systems in new buildings. This course also provides students with a useful comparison of ASTM 1465 and Appendix F Protocols.

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


Radon Measurement Operators Course for Specialist.

Course ID#: NRPP-173
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This course will prepare you to sit for a national or state radon measurement certification program, prepare you to conduct professional radon measurements and serves as the prerequisite for a radon mitigation course.

Provided by Radon Testing Corporation of America 2 Hayes Street, Elmsford, NY 10523
Website: www.rtca.com


Diagnosing & Correcting Problems with Standard Radon Mitigation Systems

Course ID#: NRPP-179
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This one-day course is co-sponsored and funded by the Radon Division of the Pennsylvania DEP, and it is approved for 8 CE credits for Pennsylvania certified radon mitigators. The course will review the diagnostic strategies, methods and data needed to design a mitigation system and to troubleshoot systems that have failed to reduce radon levels as needed.

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center
Website: http://www.errtc.rutgers.edu


Topics in Advanced Techniques for Radon Mitigation Systems

Course ID#: NRPP-201
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  Fundamentals and practical considerations of difficult-to-mitigate homes and optimization of ASD systems are treated. Questions are answered using "Air Pipescape". Operational Energy losses by RMS's are detailed and how to use H(E)RV systems as RMS's including how other equipment can interfere. Several difficult-to-mitigate systems will be treated in detail.

Provided by Dr. Leo Moorman, Email: LMoorman1@aol.com with subject ATRMS
Website: 


Advanced Techniques for Radon Mitigation Systems

Course ID#: NRPP-202
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  A more in depth look at the fundamentals and practical considerations of difficult-to-mitigate homes and optimization of ASD systems are treated. Questions are answered using "Air Pipescape". Operational Energy losses by RMS's are detailed and how to use H(E)RV systems as RMS's including how other equipment can interfere. Several difficult-to-mitigate systems will be treated in detail.

Provided by Dr. Leo Moorman, Email: LMoorman1@aol.com with subject ATRMS
Website: 


Law, Liability & Radon Business - Classroom

Course ID#: NRPP-203
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 1

Course Description:  This One-hour course provides an overview of the liability issues specific to radon mitigation and radon measurement. Students will learn what types of lawsuits and causes of action are common in the Radon industry, and what they can do to avoid or mitigate their liability. Students will understand what elements must be met for a lawsuit to prevail, and what practical considerations go into filing and defending a lawsuit.

Provided by 
Website: 


How to Build a Powerful Online Presence - Classroom Edition

Course ID#: NRPP-204
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 1

Course Description:  This one hour course is for anyone who wants to grow their business. We will take you from the first steps on how to build a powerful online presence and show you how to market successfully on the internet and other venues.

Provided by AARST/ 2014 Symposium
Website: 


Continuing Education for the Radon Professional PLUS a free Public Outreach Presentation - Classroom

Course ID#: NRPP-205
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  The student will have to read the 3 EPA or state specific booklets, any state regulations or NRPP criteria prior to classroom time. Students will also be required to audit their entire radon program. An hour of the classroom time will be hands on demos with testing equipment, Geiger counters, radioactive building materials, consumer products as well as quality control chart and exposure tracking review and assistance.

Provided by #1 Radon Tester, LLC, Derry, PA 15627; Email: celiar@comcast.net; Phone: 724-774-4535
Website: http://celiar.home.comcast.net


Continuing Education for the Radon Professional PLUS a free Public Outreach Presentation - Homestudy

Course ID#: NRPP-303
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 12

Course Description:  The student will have to read the 3 EPA or state specific booklets, any state regulations or NRPP criteria prior to classroom time. Students will also be required to audit their entire radon program. Students will have to go through the presentation from a binder or online. The instructor will spend time with the student either via phone or email to ensure that the course is completely covered.

Provided by #1 Radon Tester, LLC, Derry, PA 15627; Email: celiar@comcast.net; Phone: 724-774-4535
Website: http://celiar.home.comcast.net


Electret Ion Chambers for Measuring Radon in Air

Course ID#: NRPP-34
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  This course describes in detail the electret ion chamber system and its use in measuring radon in air

Provided by Rad Elec
Website: 


Electret Ion Chambers for Measuring Radon Progeny in Air

Course ID#: NRPP-35
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  This course describes 1- Significance of measuring radon progeny in WL units, relationship between radon gas concentrations (pCi/L) and progeny concentration (WL), significance of attached and unattached progeny concentrations in risk analysis, progeny monitors, detailed description of E-RIPSU unit for measuring WL.

Provided by Rad Elec
Website: 


QA/QC Plans for Electret Ion Chamber Systems

Course ID#: NRPP-36
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  Details QA/QC procedures for the E-PERM system

Provided by Rad Elec
Website: 


16-Hour Measurement Refresher Course

Course ID#: NRPP-37
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This 16-hour course is an introduction and refresher for the radon professional and will cover all aspects of radon, radon entry, risk and sampling.

Provided by Western Regional Radon Training Center
Website: 


Radon In Water

Course ID#: NRPP-38
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  4 hour home study course relating to measurement and mitigation of radon in water. Includes radon entry and behavior in water and health effects.

Provided by Western Regional Radon Training Center
Website: 


Radon Physics

Course ID#: NRPP-39
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 6

Course Description:  6 hour home study course relating to radon physics, health effects and decay

Provided by Western Regional Radon Training Center
Website: 


Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon

Course ID#: NRPP-4
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 3

Course Description:  A careful review of the new Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon is given. Protocols are clearly delinieated.

Provided by University Educational Services, Mt. Pocono, PA, Phone: 570-350-0799, Email: phoule1@ptd.net
Website: www.uesinc.com


Radon Basics for the Home Inspector

Course ID#: NRPP-40
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  8 hour home study course relating to radon entry, protocols, device characteristics and use, improper mitigation installations and resistant new construction.

Provided by Western Regional Radon Training Center
Website: 


Continuing Education for the Radon Professional PLUS a free Public Outreach Presentation - Online/Webinar

Course ID#: NRPP-403
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 12

Course Description:  The student will have to read the 3 EPA or state specific booklets, any state regulations or NRPP criteria prior to classroom time. Students will also be required to audit their entire radon program. Webinars will be scheduled during the classroom time via "Go to Meeting" to cover all the material in the textbook. An hour of the classroom time will be hands on demos with testing equipment, Geiger counters, radioactive building materials, consumer products as well as quality control chart and exposure tracking review and assistance.

Provided by #1 Radon Tester, LLC, Derry, PA 15627; Email: celiar@comcast.net; Phone: 724-774-4535
Website: http://celiar.home.comcast.net


Radon Measurement Devices

Course ID#: NRPP-41
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  8 hour home study course relating to radon and its decay, sampling methods, measurement devices, measurement protocols and QA/QC.

Provided by Western Regional Radon Training Center
Website: 


Radon-Resistant New Construction

Course ID#: NRPP-43
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  Participants will learn how to install radon control systems during the construction of new residential homes. Exam administered at the conclusion of this course..

Provided by Santa Fe Community College ;
Website: 


Radon in Real Estate

Course ID#: NRPP-44
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  Participants will learn how to address the radon issue in real estate transactions without incurring unnecessary liabilities. Exam administered at the conclusion of the course.

Provided by Santa Fe Community College ;
Website: 


Tampering By The Numbers

Course ID#: NRPP-5
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 3

Course Description:  This program is a review of work done to determine what types of tampering affects which kinds of devices and by how much. A detailed discussion of the most likely kinds of tampering, their effects, and what kinds of things can be done to diminish tampering are all discussed. Included in this program is a round table discussion with the two principals. We'll see some very simple devices which can be used to foil tampering.

Provided by University Educational Services, Mt. Pocono, PA, Phone: 570-350-0799, Email: phoule1@ptd.net
Website: www.uesinc.com


Becoming Proficient with Rad Elec E-Perm Measurement Devices - Home Study

Course ID#: NRPP-56
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  This newly created course is a comprehensive program designed for the measurement professionals who want to thoroughly understand and gain confidence in how to use E-PERM ' : measurement devices. It includes a DVD that follows a concise course manual. After viewing the materials the student answers convenient online questions after which a course completion certificate for four (4) credits can be downloaded.

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


Getting RRNC Done and Done Right

Course ID#: NRPP-57
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  Radon resistant new construction (RRNC) is an under-utilized marketing area for both radon measurement and mitigation providers. The course will give attendees an overview of RRNC Building techniques, testing options, troubleshooting and reduction options for RRNC homes at or above the EPA guideline, and marketing strategies. Participants will leave with a greater understanding of RRNC practices and tools with which to approach area builders concerning RRNC home building.

Provided by Midwest Universities Radon Consortium - KSU
Website: 


New Mitigation Standards and Other Issues

Course ID#: NRPP-58
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  This course will review the differences between the EPA RMS, ASTM E2121, and the AARST ASD Mitigation Standard. The course will also cover IRC and NEC codes that pertain to mitigation issues. The final portion of the course will cover mitigation design considerations, mitigation materials and installation tools.

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center
Website: http://www.errtc.rutgers.edu


Radon Mitigation Technology - 24 CE - Home Study

Course ID#: NRPP-59A
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 24

Course Description:  This comprehensive and convenient audio-based home study course which focuses on radon mitigation provides you with an easy-to-use format of audio CDs, DVD, course manual, and reference materials. You can listen to the course material in your car, on your computer, or anywhere you have a CD Player. The audio CDs are in an easy-listening format including phone interviews with respected experts in the field. The section review questions are online, providing you with instant feedback. NRPP 59B uses the same course materials, but with abbreviated online review questions for 16 credits. CERTI does provide discounts for multiple students sharing the same course materials. Contact CERTI for more information.

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


Radon Mitigation Technology - 16CE - Home Study

Course ID#: NRPP-59B
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This comprehensive and convenient audio-based home study course which focuses on radon mitigation provides you with an easy-to-use format of audio CDs, DVD, course manual, and reference materials. You can listen to the course material in your car, on your computer, or anywhere you have a CD Player. The audio CDs are in an easy-listening format including phone interviews with respected experts in the field. The section review questions are online, providing you with instant feedback. NRPP 59A uses the same course materials, but with expanded online review questions for 24 credits. CERTI does provide discounts for multiple students sharing the same course materials. Contact CERTI for more information

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


Radon from a Physician's Perspective

Course ID#: NRPP-60
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  The program is a round-table discussion by radon subject matter experts and Doctors of Osteopathy. It contains mini-presentations by subject matter experts with questions asked from other panelists of a nature that would be of interest to the intended listening audience. The program elements are as follows: program introduction; physics, entry & mechanism; miner studies; epidemiological studies; relevance as a public health risk; testing & mitigation; incorporation into wellness programs; and summary.

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


HomeAire for Dealers

Course ID#: NRPP-61
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 12

Course Description:  Training in indoor air quality, the health issues, the relationship of moisture to your health & home degradation. How active dampness control & other measures contribute to a healthy home . The proper installation of ADC (RRNC).

Provided by HomeAire, Inc., -
Website: http://www.homeaire.com


Interviews with Radon Experts

Course ID#: NRPP-62
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  Comprehensive overview of various aspects of radon & radon decay product measurements through interviews with 12 experts in the radon industry as follows: William Field, PhD - Health Effects of Radon; Leo Moorman PhD - Physics; Dan Steck, PhD - Variability of Radon in Homes; Ralph Holmen - Real Estate Testing; Steve Gladstone - Radon and the Home Inspector; Phillip Jenkins, PhD, CHP - Quality Assurance & Quality Control; Shawn Price - Activated Charcoal Devices; Mark Salasky - Alpha Track Detectors; Paul Kottrapa, PhD and Rick Stieff - Electret Ion Chambers; Dick Manning - Continuous Radon Monitors; Ian Thomson - Measuring Radon Decay Products; Jerry D. Lowry, PhD - Radon in Water.

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


Radon Control Methods for Existing and New Residential Structures

Course ID#: NRPP-65
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  This video based program, created in 2007, reviews standard radon mitigation techniques for both NEW and EXISTING homes to elements of the International Residential and International Mechanical Code. The program was videotaped as part of an ICC Chapter meeting where comments were provided from practicing building code officials. Additionally, the program provides input from code officials who have adopted Appendix F of the IRC with valuable insights into the experiences they have had with builders as well as their community.

Provided by CERTI - ;
Website: http://www.certi.us


Radon Measurement Protocols Review - Update 2007

Course ID#: NRPP-66
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 3

Course Description:  A review of the radon measurement protocols used for making reliable and repeatable radon measurements in homes. We review the latest versions of three documents during the course: The Citizens Guide to Radon, The Home Buyers and Sellers Guide to Radon and the newest protocol document from AARST called Protocols for Radon Measurements in Homes.

Provided by US Inspect, LLC,
Website: http://www.usinspect.com/training


Introduction to ASTM E 1465

Course ID#: NRPP-67
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 1

Course Description:  'Introduction to ASTM E 1465' presents a summary of the components of a newly constructed house that are covered in ASTM E 1465 'Standard Practice for Radon Control Options for the Design and Construction of New Low-Rise Residential Buildings.'

Provided by Phil Anthes -
Website: 


A History of Radon Legislation Related to Indoor Radon Testing and Mitigation

Course ID#: NRPP-68
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  The course participant will carefully examine existing Federal policies and legislation specifically related to the radon issue. HE will see the political process unfold as he listens to the research and opinions of the U.S. Government Accounting Office as they testify before Congress in three separate hearings. She will study the approaches taken by Congress in their feeble attempt to enforce legislation aimed at HUD, and perhaps more importantly, become familiar with HUD's methods and arguments for resisting that enforcement. He will learn of HUDS's more recent response to Congressional inquiry on the matter made on behalf of constituents who sent letters at the bequest of the American Radon Policy Coalition. An finally, she will learn of some recent legislative success stores, examine why it is believed that were successful, and how to duplicate their achievements.

Provided by Right On Radon, Inc., ,
Website: http://www.rightonradon.com


Quality Assurance Quality Control in Radon Measurements Home Study Course

Course ID#: NRPP-69
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  8-hour course related to QA/QC

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center,
Website: http://www.errtc.rutgers.edu


Commercial Radon Mitigation

Course ID#: NRPP-71
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  Complete review of HVAC system influence, testing, diagnostics for HVAC, ASD diagnostics, system design, installation details.

Provided by WPB Enterprises,
Website: 


Radon Measurement Proficiency Short Course

Course ID#: NRPP-74
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  16-hour course related to radon measurements

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center,
Website: http://www.errtc.rutgers.edu


Radon Resistant New Construction Home Study Course - specific to New Jersey

Course ID#: NRPP-75
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  8-hour course related to new construction

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center,
Website: http://www.errtc.rutgers.edu


Radon Quality Assurance

Course ID#: NRPP-77
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  4-hour course related to QA/QC

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center,
Website: http://www.errtc.rutgers.edu


Waterborne Radon Home Study Course

Course ID#: NRPP-78
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  8-hour course related to radon in water

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center,
Website: http://www.errtc.rutgers.edu


Radon Measurement Review Home Study Course

Course ID#: NRPP-79
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  8-hour course related to radon measurements

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center,
Website: http://www.errtc.rutgers.edu


Very Fundamental Nuclear Physics

Course ID#: NRPP-9
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 5

Course Description:  This program reviews the details of the Nuclear Physics associated with the radon problem. Topics discussed are: the nature of matter, radioactivity, half-lives, periodic table, units, types of radiation, decay chains, secular equilibrium, working level month calculations and health effects..

Provided by University Educational Services, Mt. Pocono, PA, Phone: 570-350-0799, Email: phoule1@ptd.net
Website: www.uesinc.com


What is Required in HUD Multifamily Radon Testing

Course ID#: SPAI-201
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  This course will cover the basic testing protocols and goes beyond the standard in terms of emphasizing proper project planning, management, troubleshooting, reporting and recommendations. It is commonplace that the certified testers are being asked to cut corners and test as few locations as possible and the radon professional needs to know how to anticipate these problems and be prepared to respond to them in a professional manner. Consultants are often eager to pass the liability down to the subcontractors and in this case, the radon professional is the one with the knowledge, experience, and credentials and should be in a position of authority when it comes to the radon portion of the project. This course prepares the students in areas such as business and limiting their liabilities, which is beyond the scope of the standard.

Provided by Shawn Price & Associates, Inc., Saluda, NC, Phone: 828-233-5337, Email: radon.shawn@gmail.com
Website: 


Radon In Water

Course ID#: SPRUCE-200
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This course provides you with the knowledge and skills required to test for radon in water, evaluate its risk and choose a mitigation system for waterborne radon. The course covers the sources of radon in water, the current guidelines, and factors that govern system installation.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Marketing the Radon Message - Classroom

Course ID#: SPRUCE-203
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  This four-hour class applies current marketing principles to spreading the radon message. The goal is to increase business for the radon professional by increasing the market for services. Since the responsibility for informing the public about radon, its health threat, and mitigation has fallen so heavily on radon measurement and mitigation professionals, it pays to understand how to encourage sales of the radon product. This class encourages participants to think about the radon message as a product that competes with the buzz of other sales promotions and provides tools to grab attention for radon services.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Choosing the Right Fan

Course ID#: SPRUCE-209
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  You're out in the field, you've got your suction hole prepped and pipe run, now what? How can you figure out what fan you really need? With plenty of hands on and short cuts, this 8-hour course will give mitigators practice on determining the right fan for the job. Working with air flow, pressure loss, and fan curves, the course will give you tips and practice on the fine points of making the most efficient system with the best fan choice.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Radon Measurement Refresher

Course ID#: SPRUCE-214
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This course is designed to fit into the common inspection and radon test process so that the information addresses real world radon issues. Taking this course will help you evaluate your current radon testing protocol, improve your quality control system, and double-check your reporting. The course can answer your questions, clear up contradictions you've encountered, and generally make your radon measurement service better, more defensible and more streamlined.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Donuts, Coffee & Radon: Marketing to the Real Estate Agent

Course ID#: SPRUCE-216
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  Most homeowners test for radon only during a real estate transaction, so the real estate agent becomes a critical point of information and attitude formation for sellers and buyers. The agent is a key marketing target for the radon professional. Using marketing principles, this four hour course gives radon professionals the framework and tools to market radon testing and fixing as beneficial to the agent and client alike. The goal is to increase the demand for radon services and develop a positive attitude towards radon in the real estate community. The course handouts include a ready-made presentation to real estate agents.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


The Science of the Atom, Radiation, Radioactivity and Radon

Course ID#: SPRUCE-219
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 3

Course Description:  This course includes discussion on the science behind radiation and available measurement techniques, plus a hands-on lab of several different ways to visualize alpha particles: Cloud Chamber (electronic Peltier cooler, Spinthariscope, and Spark Detector)

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: www.spruce.com


Do You Know Your Radon

Course ID#: SPRUCE-221
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  This course is aimed at making sure no ASHI inspector is one of the misinformed on radon. Covering the most common myths, it gives inspectors the correct terminology and factual information without taking it into the realm of "way out" physics. Pointing out common mistakes in radon measurement practice, the presentation shows inspectors the right way to do it and the words to explain why. Being right about radon and explaining in a way that makes the client and agent go "Aha" may be one of the best marketing tools a tester has.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Radon in Water: Residential Sampling and Aeration Mitigation - Home Study

Course ID#: SPRUCE-300
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  This course provides you with the knowledge and skills required to test for radon in water, evaluate its risk and choose a mitigation system for waterborne radon. The course covers the sources of radon in water, the current guidelines, and factors that govern system installation.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Recession Proofing Your Radon Business

Course ID#: SPRUCE-301
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  Application of management tools to ensure a recession-proof radon business including new markets to up-sell and cross-sell radon mitigation and indoor air quality systems and products.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Ask The Experts: Advanced Mitigation Techniques

Course ID#: SPRUCE-302
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  Filmed before a live audience, three experienced mitigators share tips on choosing the right fan, working in new construction, and adapting mitigations to the real world.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Dave's Corner

Course ID#: SPRUCE-303
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 1

Course Description:  Video presentation of advanced mitigation design and analysis including system pressure loss, optimizing fan selection and reducing condensation.

Provided by Spruce Environmental 3 Saber Way PO Box 8244 Ward Hill, MA 01835 e-mail -
Website: http://www.spruce.com


EPA's Energy Star IAQ Labeling Programs: New Opportunities for the Radon Professional -

Course ID#: SPRUCE-304
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  Marketing using the connection between green and Energy Star programs and radon.

Provided by Spruce Environmental 3 Saber Way PO Box 8244 Ward Hill, MA 01835 e-mail -
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Selling Radon Systems to Builders

Course ID#: SPRUCE-305
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  Filmed before a live audience, presenters show how radon mitigation professionals can plug into new strategies adopted by powerful interests like the National Association of Home Builders and Energy Star

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Writing The Contract and Guarantee

Course ID#: SPRUCE-306
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  Filmed before a live audience, risk management expert Al Everts outlines risk control and a sound contract and guaranty.

Provided by Spruce Environmental 3 Saber Way PO Box 8244 Ward Hill, MA 01835 e-mail -
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Advanced Mitigation Techniques: Troubleshooting Tough Homes

Course ID#: SPRUCE-307
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  Filmed before a live audience experienced mitigators share their experiences with very difficult mitigations where the radon source and/or reduction techniques required thinking outside the box.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Where's The Radon Really Coming From?

Course ID#: SPRUCE-308
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  Radon experts discuss their mitigation experiences when granite, concrete and water were additional sources of radon.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Marketing the Radon Message - Online

Course ID#: SPRUCE-400
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  This four-hour class applies current marketing principles to spreading the radon message. The goal is to increase business for the radon professional by increasing the market for services. Since the responsibility for informing the public about radon, its health threat, and mitigation has fallen so heavily on radon measurement and mitigation professionals, it pays to understand how to encourage sales of the radon product. This class encourages participants to think about the radon message as a product that competes with the buzz of other sales promotions and provides tools to grab attention for radon services

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Quality Assurance/Quality Control - Online

Course ID#: SPRUCE-401
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  Walk away with a complete Quality Assurance document using this on-line course. This interactive, step-by-step tutorial leads the residential radon measurement professional through creating a personalized QA-QC document by the completion of the course.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Radon Resistant New Construction

Course ID#: SPRUCE-500
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4

Course Description:  This four-hour course covers the installation of radon systems in new (primarily residential) construction. Working with the latest RRNC standards and recommendations from EPA, NAHB, US Green Building Council and others, details are presented on designing buildings to reduce negative pressure, preparing the site for a passive system, sealing radon out, and installing the vent piping. Details on activating the system with a fan and testing are also included. Finally, resources and suggestions on marketing radon resistant new construction are presented.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


The Opportunities and Risk of RRNC

Course ID#: SPRUCE-502
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2

Course Description:  Filmed before a live audience, an attorney reviews radon liability and discusses specific radon lawsuits.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Radon Testing in Multifamily Buildings

Course ID#: SPRUCE-600
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 8

Course Description:  An introduction into the AARST/ANSI standard for measurement in multifamily buildings with an emphasis on the framework and reasons for changes from previous protocol. This course will prepare you to take the Advanced Certification Multifamily Measurement Exam.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Radon Measurement Training - Online

Course ID#: USI-401
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This online course on radon covers physics, health risks, entry and behavior, measurement protocols and devices, QA/QC, radon in water, and mitigation techniques.

Provided by US Inspect, LLC , Chantilly, VA, Email: msmith@usinspect.com, Phone: 1-703-293-1511
Website: http://www.usinspect.com


Radon and Radon Decay Product Measurement Course - Home Study

Course ID#: CERTI-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This course prepares you to conduct radon and radon decay product measurements in the United States. It is presented in a convenient and comprehensive format that allows you to listen to audio instruction and interviews, review key points with the course manual, and reinforce the information with online quizzes and videos. The easy-listening format of the audio includes interviews with experts in the radon industry, providing you with insight into their experience as well as substantive technological and practical information. This course has been proven to be successful and popular in preparing students for the certification exam and for conducting business. You are also provided with additional resources for your business including model contracts and reports as well as the ability to confer with CERTI instructors well after you have finished the course. (Course is not available in FL, IL, NJ or OH)

Provided by Center for Environmental Research & Technology, Inc. Colorado Springs, Colorado, Email: dbrown@certi.us, Phone: 1-800-513-8332
Website: http://www.certi.us


Radon Mitigation Technology - Home Study

Course ID#: CERTI-2
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 24

Course Description:  Entry level course leading to Radon Mitigation certification in the United States for individuals that have already completed an approved entry level measurement course. This course provides training for the installation of radon mitigation systems. The easy-listening format of the audio instruction includes interviews with experts in the radon industry providing you with insight into their experience as well as substantive technological and practical information. The course also includes field exercises that are tailored to fit your experience and needs. These exercises include the installation of a mitigation system and conducting diagnostics. They are monitored directly by CERTI providing you with personalized training. You are also provided with additional resources for your business including model contracts and reports as well as the ability to confer with CERTI instructors well after you have finished the course.

Provided by Center for Environmental Research & Technology, Inc. Colorado Springs, Colorado, Email: dbrown@certi.us, Phone: 1-800-513-8332
Website: http://www.certi.us


Radon Measurement Technician Course

Course ID#: EML-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This initial course covers radon testing protocols based on the requirements of the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP). This course provides participants knowledge in the science of radon and radioactivity, radon mechanics and transport, health, physics and risk of radon exposure. This course prepares the participants for the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Measurement Exam.

Provided by Envirolabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD, Email: info@envirolabs-inc.com, Phone: 301-468-6666
Website: http://www.envirolabs-inc.com


Radon Measurement Course - Home Study

Course ID#: ERRTC-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This home study course presents the information you need to initially become a certified radon measurement service provider and it prepares you for the NRPP certification exam, as well as the New Jersey's exam, for Radon Measurement Technicians. You will learn about the physics of radiation and atomic decay as well as the health risks of radon. You will develop an understanding of how radon gas behaves and why it is found indoors; then you'll review techniques to mitigate radon from existing structures. This course will explain how to properly deploy radon measurement devices on the market, and it will review safety strategies to protect you, your colleagues and your customers.

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center through Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Email: ocpe@AESOP.Rutgers.edu
Website: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/radon/about-radon-home-study-courses.html


Radon Measurement Proficiency - Classroom

Course ID#: ERRTC-2
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  In this two-day classroom style class, you will learn about selection, placement, and set-up/operation of measurement devices. You will also learn how to calculate radon levels and conduct quality assurance tests to ensure accurate results. You will know how to make mitigation referrals for your customers if radon exceeds dangerous levels. Featured topics include: Radioactive decay, types of radiation, health risks, how radon enters and moves through buildings, and the different types of measurement devices. In addition to learning the science of radon, this course will prepare you to take the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Certification exam.

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center through Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Email: ocpe@AESOP.Rutgers.edu
Website: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/courses/current/ea0201cb.html


Radon Mitigation Proficiency Course

Course ID#: ERRTC-3
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  Through hands-on instruction, you will learn mitigation theory and the latest techniques used to diagnose and correct radon problems. You will leave the class with the know-how to design and set up a working mitigation system. Featured topics include how air pressure affects ventilation; fan sizes and the impact on both air flow and operating costs; how radon moves through water; the importance of safety precautions for mitigation work; mitigation techniques for new construction. This course will prepare you to take the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) certification exam.

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center through Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Email: ocpe@AESOP.Rutgers.edu
Website: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/courses/current/ea0301cb.html


Radon Mitigation - 5-day Hands-on Training Course

Course ID#: ERRTC-4
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 40

Course Description:  Five-day course combining Radon Measurement Proficiency and Radon Mitigation Technology Programs. Includes 16 hours of hands-on training to satisfy initial training requirement for Residential Radon Mitigation Service Provider listing.

Provided by Eastern Regional Radon Training Center through Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Email: ocpe@AESOP.Rutgers.edu
Website: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/programs/radon_indoor_air_quality.html


Certification of Residential Service Providers of Indoor Radon Measurements

Course ID#: GMU-3
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  A two-day course on indoor radon that includes the selection, placement and operation of radon measurement devices, interpretation of results, and mitigation methods. This course prepares the student for the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) certification exam.

Provided by Center for Basic and Applied Science, Fairfax, VA, Email: dje42@aol.com, Phone: 1-703-273-2282
Website: http://www.moseservices.com


Radon 101: Radon Measurement Course - Classroom

Course ID#: HHEC-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This classroom course is a foundational course for those wanting to obtain radon measurement licensure or certification. The course covers all competencies in preparation for exam field work including: Physics, Health Risk, Occurrence & Behavior, Measurement & Devices, QA/QC, Mitigation Overview and Worker Health & Safety.

Provided by Healthy Homes Education & Consulting, Inc., Normal, IL, email: lin@healthyhomestraining.com, Phone: 309-808-4663
Website: https://www.healthyhomestraining.com


Radon 101: Radon Measurement Course - Online

Course ID#: HHEC-2
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This online course is a foundational course for those wanting to obtain radon measurement licensure or certification. The course covers all competencies in preparation for exam and field work including: Physics, Health Risk, Occurrence & Behavior, Measurement & Devices, QA/QC, Mitigation Overview and Worker Health & Safety.

Provided by Healthy Homes Education & Consulting, Inc., Normal, IL, email: lin@healthyhomestraining.com, Phone: 309-808-4663
Website: https://www.healthyhomestraining.com


Radon 101: Radon Measurement Course - Home Study

Course ID#: HHEC-3
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This home study course is a foundational course for those wanting to obtain radon measurement licensure or certification. The course covers all competencies in preparation for exam and field work including: Physics, Health Risk, Occurrence & Behavior, Measurement & Devices, QA/QC, Mitigation Overview and Worker Health Safety.

Provided by Healthy Homes Education & Consulting, Inc., Normal, IL, email: lin@healthyhomestraining.com, Phone: 309-808-4663
Website: https://www.healthyhomestraining.com


Radon Measurement Training Course

Course ID#: HSTI-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This two day, classroom based course will prepare students to take the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Certification Exam. Students will gain a thorough understanding of the science of Radon, Radioactive decay, types of radiation, health risks, how radon enters and moves through homes and buildings, and the different types of measurement devices. Students will also learn about the importance of creating and using a Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan

Provided by HomeSpection Training Institute, Canton, OH; Email: homespection@aol.com; Phone: 877-658-6143
Website: http://www.homespectionusa.com


Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course - Online

Course ID#: INACH-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  InterNACHI's Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course is available online and is free to members of InterNACHI. Members enjoy unlimited access to this online course. Following successful completion of the course, the member will be able to take the NRPP National Certification Exam and apply for certification with the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) as either a Standard or Standard and Analytical Measurement Provider.

Provided by InterNACHI
Website: http://www.nachi.org/radon-measurement-service-provider-online-course.htm


Radon Measurement Training Course - Online

Course ID#: KSU-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This course focuses on understanding the basics of radon gas and the EPA Guidelines for testing for radon in the home in both real estate and non-real estate settings. This course will prepare you for the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) certification exam.

Provided by Kansas State University (MURC-KSU), Bruce Snead, Manhattan, KS, Phone: 785-532-4992 Email: bsnead@ksu.edu
Website: http://radoncoursesonline.org/measurement-course


Radon Mitigation Training Course - Online

Course ID#: KSU-2
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 24

Course Description:  This course focuses on understanding the basics of radon gas mitigation and national radon mitigation standards. This course requires a working knowledge of radon measurement and radon gas basics. This course will prepare you for the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Mitigation certification exam.

Provided by Kansas State University (MURC-KSU), Bruce Snead, Manhattan, KS, Phone: 785-532-4992 Email: bsnead@ksu.edu
Website: http://www.radoncoursesonline.org/mitigation-course


Combined Radon Measurement and Mitigation Training Course - Online

Course ID#: KSU-3
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 40

Course Description:  This course focuses on understanding the basics of radon gas and the EPA Guidelines for testing for radon in the home in both real estate and non-real estate settings as well as the basics of radon gas mitigation and national radon mitigation standards. This course will prepare the student to take both the National Radon Proficiency Program Measurement and Mitigation certification exams.

Provided by Kansas State University (MURC-KSU), Bruce Snead, Manhattan, KS, Phone: 785-532-4992 Email: bsnead@ksu.edu
Website: http://radoncoursesonline.org/combined-course


Radon Measurement Training Course - Classroom

Course ID#: KSU-4
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This course focuses on understanding the basics of radon gas and the EPA Guidelines for testing for radon in the home in both real estate and non-real estate settings. This course will prepare you for the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Certification Exam.

Provided by Kansas State University (MURC-KSU), Bruce Snead, Manhattan, KS, Phone: 785-532-4992 Email: bsnead@ksu.edu
Website: http://www.kansasradonprogram.org/courses


Radon Mitigation Training Course - Classroom

Course ID#: KSU-5
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This course focuses on understanding the basics of radon gas mitigation and national radon mitigation standards. This course requires a working knowledge of radon measurement and radon gas basics. Therefore a prerequisite of and entry-level/beginning Radon Measurement Course is required. This course will prepare you for the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Mitigation Certification Exam.

Provided by Kansas State University (MURC-KSU), Bruce Snead, Manhattan, KS, Phone: 785-532-4992 Email: bsnead@ksu.edu
Website: http://www.kansasradonprogram.org/courses


Radon Technology For Mitigators/Radon Mitigation Course (KSU)

Course ID#: MURC-8
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 24

Course Description:  This three-day course covers indoor air quality based diagnostics, design, installation, trouble-shooting radon mitigation systems, worker health and safety, radon in water, and preventing radon in new homes. This course is essential for home builders and inspectors, HVAC and plumbing contractors, environmental consultants, public health officials, indoor air quality professionals, and nonprofit health advocacy organizations. This course will prepare the student for the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Mitigation certification exam. (NOTE: the measurement course is a prerequisite to this mitigation course)

Provided by Midwest Universities Radon Consortium (MURC), St. Paul, MN Email: cceconf2@emn.edu, Phone: 1-800-843-8636
Website: http://www.cce.umn.edu/radon


Radon Measurement Proficiency Course/Radon Measurement Course (KSU)

Course ID#: MURC-9
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This two-day course covers physics of radon, health effects of radon, radon sources and transport, how to properly make radon measurements, quality assurance and quality control, radon measurement devices and radon mitigation fundamentals. This course is especially important for home inspectors, contractors, environmental consultants, public health officials, real estate professionals, indoor air quality professionals and nonprofit health advocacy organizations. This course will prepare the student to take the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Measurement certification exam. NOTE: This course is a prerequisite for the mitigation course)

Provided by Midwest Universities Radon Consortium (MURC), St. Paul, MN, Email: cceconf2@umn.edu, Phone: 1-800-843-8636
Website: http://www.cce.umn.edu/radon


Radon Measurement Proficiency Course - Online

Course ID#: NRPP-164
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This Internet-based residential radon measurement course covers the required National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) material for residential measurement service providers. Participants will receive access to the online course, a hardcopy of the course manual and online field experience. Upon completion of the course, you will be eligible to take the NRPP Measurement Certification exam.

Provided by American Lung Association of the Upper Midwest, Springfield, IL, Email: celci.mueller@lung.org, Phone: 1-217-787-5864
Website: http://www.healthhouse.org/radon


Radon Measurement for Testers, Labs & Mitigators

Course ID#: NRPP-42
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This course will prepare you to take the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Measurement Certification exam and will prepare you to conduct professional radon measurements in air and water. This course is also a prerequisite for a mitigation course. It covers radioactivity in air, water, consumer products and building materials. This course is also good for a one time CE course. It is designed for both a technician and the specialists. This training provider will assist you in prepare for an exam after the course is completed and provide items for wiring quality assurance programs.

Provided by Celia Rajkovich, RRPT, Derry, PA, Email: celiar@comcast.net, Phone: 724-774-4535
Website: http://celiar.home.comcast.net/


Radon Measurement Course - Online

Course ID#: PHII-34
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This course is designed to teach industry-accepted methods of inspecting and testing homes for radon using national standards of practice. The journey begins with a thorough discussion of radon gas, its decay products, and a history of its discovery, its prevalence, and the health effects associated with exposure. You will then learn about testing methodologies, how to perform a test for radon, how to perform a visual inspection for conditions that are favorable for radon entry, and how to complete a professional radon inspection report. You will also be exposed to techniques for reducing radon levels, known as mitigation. In addition to technical skills, this course provides practical guidance for informing your clients of the presence of radon, along with other recommendations to ensure your testing and reporting achieves the highest standards of professionalism and accuracy.

Provided by Professional Home Inspection Institute, Madison, SD, Email: support@professionaltrainingservice.com, Phone: 1-800-983-6322
Website: http://www.RadonTraining.com


Radon Measurement Course

Course ID#: RADLNK-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This course is specifically designed to prepare students for successfully completing national certification and state licensing examinations. Participants will also be equipped to conduct radon measurements in homes with confidence and success. This 16-hour class meets the entry level requirements for the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Measurement Certification exam.

Provided by Radalink Inc., Atlanta, GA, Phone: 1-800-295-4655
Website: http://www.radalink.com


Residential Radon Measurement

Course ID#: SPRUCE-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This course prepares you to take the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Measurement Certification exam. The course covers a wide variety of topics including: radiation physics; health risks; radon sources and behavior; measurement protocols, methods, techniques and devices; radon in water; QA/QC; interpretation of results and mitigation. This course will prepare you to perform radon measurements using your own equipment, analyze the equipment and report results to clients.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Residential Radon Mitigation

Course ID#: SPRUCE-2
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 24

Course Description:  This hands-on course trains radon mitigators to understand the concepts behind radon mitigation and provides the opportunity to gain experience with diagnostics and system design. It prepares you for and is a prerequisite to the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Mitigation Certification exam.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Residential Radon Mitigation - Web Based

Course ID#: SPRUCE-3
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 24

Course Description:  This live, web-based course trains radon mitigators to understand the concepts behind radon mitigation and provides the opportunity to gain experience with diagnostics and system design. It prepares you for and is a prerequisite to the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Mitigation Certification exam. Requires one (1) mentored day in the field.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Residential Radon Measurement - Web Based

Course ID#: SPRUCE-4
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This live, web-based course prepares you to take the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Measurement Certification exam. The course covers a wide variety of topics including: radiation physics; health risks; radon sources and behavior; measurement protocols, methods, techniques and devices; radon in water; QA/QC; interpretation of results and mitigation. This course will prepare you to perform radon measurements using your own equipment, analyze the equipment and report results to clients.

Provided by Spruce Environmental, Ward Hill, MA, Email: training@spruce.com, Phone: 1-800-355-0901
Website: http://www.spruce.com


Radon Measurement Proficiency Course - Home Study

Course ID#: UES-21
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This home study, self-paced program consists of four (4) videos and several texts addressing material required to satisfy NRPP course requirements. It includes a free radon test kit including laboratory analysis. During this program the viewer will work through almost 300 sample questions including a practice exam. The program is designed to deliver information needed by a radon tester to satisfy entry level course requirements, pass state and agency exams and gain mastery of all pertinent radon material. An individual is available over the phone to answer questions.

Provided by University Educational Services, Inc., Mt. Pocono, PA, Email: phoule1@ptd.net, Phone: 1-570-350-0799
Website: http://www.uesinc.com


UIC Radon Course on Measurement

Course ID#: UILC-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  Entry level training for licensing in Illinois and other states. Modified after the US EPA Radon Measurement Proficiency Course. Meets Illinois licensing training requirements. Provides hands-on training to perform accurate radon measurements.

Provided by University of Illinois at Chicago/Great Lakes Center, Chicago, IL Email: syn@uic.edu, Phone: 1-312-996-2613
Website: http://www.uic.edu/sph/glakes/ce


Radon Measurement Training

Course ID#: USI-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  A two-day course on radon,covers physics, health risks, entry and behavior, measurement protocols and devices, QA/QC, radon in water, and mitigation techniques. The course prepares the student for the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Measurement Certification exam. Includes a reference CD with study materials.

Provided by US Inspect, LLC , Chantilly, VA, Email: msmith@usinspect.com, Phone: 1-703-293-1511
Website: http://www.usinspect.com


Radon Measurement Training - Online

Course ID#: USI-2
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Online
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This online course on radon covers physics, health risks, entry and behavior, measurement protocols and devices, QA/QC, radon in water, and mitigation techniques. The course prepares the student for the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Measurement Certification exam.

Provided by US Inspect, LLC, Chantilly, VA, Email: msmith@usinspect.com, Phone: 1-703-293-1511
Website: http://www.usinspect.com


Radon Measurement Operators Course

Course ID#: WRRTC-1
Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 16

Course Description:  This 16-hour classroom course focuses on conducting basic radon measurements, but also covers radon health risks, factors that influence radon measurements, and an overview of radon mitigation systems. The National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Measurement Certification exam is offered in conjunction with course offerings.

Provided by Western Regional Radon Training Center (WRRTC), Colorado Springs, CO, Email: director@wrrtc.net, Phone: 1-719-255-3164
Website: http://www.wrrtc.net


Radon Technology for Mitigators

Course ID#: WRRTC-2
Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 24

Course Description:  A comprehensive program that addresses the design and installation of radon mitigation systems in residential applications. The radon measurement course is a prerequisite and immediately precedes this course for the convenience of the students. The National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Mitigation Certification exam is offered in conjunction with course offerings.

Provided by Western Regional Radon Training Center (WRRTC), Colorado Springs, CO, Email: director@wrrtc.net, Phone: 1-719-255-3164
Website: http://www.wrrtc.net



Reviews for Title: Train-The-Speaker

ID#: NRPP-1

NRPP reviewers:

Student reviews:  On a scale of 1 to 5 this course has a current rating of 4.6.

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Reviews for Title: Radon Control Systems in New Buildings

ID#: NRPP-2

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Reviews for Title: Radon Control Systems in New Buildings (a)

ID#: NRPP-2a

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 Reviews for Title: Protecting Your Home From Radon

ID#: NRPP-3

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Student reviews:

RF of Saint Paul, Minnesota:
"I appreciate the comprehensive nature of the course and that it fulfilled my 16 credits for the Continuing Ed requirements. Service and timeliness was excellent."

ZG of Raleigh, North Carolina:
"Very well done. Book is an invaluable resource. Keep up the good work…."

JJ of Tucson, Arizona:
"Good timely service and pleasant lines of communications."

J F of South Bend, Indiana:
"The manual was very user friendly (not too dry). I appreciate the fact that I did not have to go out of town to obtain continuing education requirements. Thanks for making it easy."

DC of Billings, Montana:
"I loved the illustrations and the easy to follow step-by-step directions."

RC of Holden, Massachusetts:
"I felt I knew quite a bit about testing and mitigation and was forced to read the book for credit. After reading, I was glad I did."

JA of Rock Springs, Wyoming:
"Very good course-I enjoyed it. My overall experience with WRRTC has been excellent."

PE of Baldwinsville, New York:
"Had the course not come along, I well may have let my certificate lapse."

CK of Radnor, Ohio:
"Thank you for offering a course like this. It’s hard to get away for any period of time when running a company and I am so glad that I found this avenue for continuing ed. The course book was also an excellent guide."

AN of Grand Junction, Colorado:
"Good job with correspondence Course."

SH of Kingsport, Tennessee:
"Excellent experience and training manual. Thanks again." 

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ID#:  NRPP-5

NRPP reviewers:  "I feel that understanding how devices can be tampered with and the effects of such interference is crucial for radon testers."

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Reviews for Title:  Radon Update and Forum

ID#:  NRPP-8

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Reviews for Title:  Very Fundamental Nuclear Physics

ID#:  NRPP-9

NRPP reviewers:  "I find this course to be a very thorough fundamental explanation of nuclear physics relating to radon.  It contains no information relating to specific protocols or proficiency programs, therefore, the material appears to be timeless."

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Reviews for Title:  Radon Measurements in Schools (Revised)

ID#:  NRPP-11

NRPP reviewers:  "I feel this course provides a thorough review of the EPA protocol document of the same title."

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Reviews for Title:  Inspecting the Radon Mitigation System with Home Inspection

ID#:  NRPP-12

NRPP reviewers:  "This course contains detailed information regarding requirements of various radon mitigaiton systems.  It also provides a checklist for inspectors to follow during the home inspection to determine if the radon mitigation system is properly installed."

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Reviews for Title:  Inspecting the Radon Mitigation System with Home Inspection

ID#:  NRPP-12a

NRPP reviewers:  "This course contains detailed information regarding requirements of various radon mitigaiton systems.  It also provides a checklist for inspectors to follow during the home inspection to determine if the radon mitigation system is properly installed."

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