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Certified Mold Inspection and Assessment

Environmental Solutions Association

Friday, April 5, 2013 at 8:00 AM - Saturday, April 6, 2013 at 5:00 PM (EDT)

Cobleskill, NY

Certified Mold Inspection and Assessment

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Did you know mold can start to grow within 24 hours of a moisture event? Have you heard a client or friend say that they do not feel good when they are at home but feel better when they are outside? Did you know the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states that mold should not be growing indoors. Mold has been labeled a "Growing Concern" in the industry. Certain mold can have a negative effect on people or especially people who have a low immune system. This course is a combination of the Inital and Advanced Mold Courses placed together in an understandable format of a very low price.

 

General Questions and Answers
How much can I charge for an inspection?
    On a National average inspectors charge per $125 per sample. Other ideas we have heard is to charge $200 for a consultation and then apply that towards the samples that may need to be taken.
 
Is there insurance available for mold inspections?
    Yes. ESA has affordable Mold Errors and Omissions Insurance available with a General Liability coverage.
 
Are there acceptible limits for mold like there is for radon?
    At this time there are no set mold limits by the government or EPA. However, there are industry recgonized guidelines that are used in mold inspections and assessments that this course follows.
 
I have mentioned to some realtors about mold and they were not receptive to it, are all realtors like this?
    No. Not all realtors are like that. The ones that do not want to talk about mold inspections have probably have had concerns for a potential loss of sale. If explained to the realtors that a mold inspection helps reduce their liability and when you explain the report to the client without scaring them IF a potential if there for mold, they will try it. Remember though, realtors are not the only source of busniess.
 
Is it true that it is expensive to get into performing mold inspections?
    A typical start up mold kitcan cost $350 - $450 which should include your pump, air sampling media, direct sampling media, filters and carrying case. Respitators cost between $20 - $30 and lab fees range from $20 - $40 per sample.
 
 
 
     

 

 

 

 

Who Should Attend?


Those who want to advance their career in this highly rewarding area of air quality, and generate additional income, should attend this course. The course is especially important if you are working in the following professions:

  • Home Inspector
  • Professional Engineer
  • Engineering Technician
  •  Technologist
  • Geologist
  • Energy Auditor 
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Building Contractor
  • Safety Inspector
  • HVAC Contractor
  • Building Professionals

 

 

Education Approvals

The following list are professional accredidations, continuing education, and licensure approvals

The following courses are recognized for Recertification Credits with the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC)

  • EPA Lead Renovation Course (RRP) - 8 RC's
  • Initial Mold (Classroom or Home Study) - 7 RC's
  • Advanced Mold (Classroom or Home Study)- 7 RC's
  • Certified Mold Inspector and Assessor Course (Classroom or Home Study) - 16 RC's
  • Indoor Air Quality (Classroom or Home Study) - 16 RC's
  • Radon Measurement Technician (Classroom or Home Study) - 14 RC's
  • Certified Mold Remediation Worker Course (Classroom or Home Study) - 14 RC's
  • Mold Remediation Specifications Course (Classroom or Home Study) - 8 RC's

The following courses are recognized by the Foundation of Accredited Learning (FAL) as preparation for specific ACAC exams

  • Initial Mold (Classroom or Home Study)
  • Advanced Mold (Classroom or Home Study)
  • Certified Mold Inspector and Assessor Course (Classroom or Home Study)
  • Indoor Air Quality (Classroom or Home Study)
  • Radon Measurement Technician (Classroom or Home Study)
  • Certified Mold Remediation Worker Course (Classroom or Home Study)
  • Mold Remediation Specifications Course (Classroom or Home Study)

The following professional associations and states recognize the courses listed for continuing education

American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)

  • Certified Mold Inspection and Assessment - 8 CE
  • Radon Measurement - 8 CE
  • Indoor Air Quality - 8 CE

National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI)

  • Initial Mold - 8 CEU
  • Advanced Mold - 8 CEU
  • Indoor Air Quality - 16 CEU
  • Mold Inspection and Assessment - 16 CEU
  • Radon Measurement Technician - 16 CEU

InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI)

  • EPA Lead Renovation Course (RRP) - 8 CEU's
  • Initial Mold - 8 CEU
  • Initial Mold Refresher - 4 CEU
  • Advanced Mold - 8 CEU
  • Certified Mold Inspection and Assessment Course - 16 CEU
  • Radon Course - 16 CEU
  • Indoor Air Quality - 16 CEU
  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Course - 8 CEU
  • Mold Legal Issues Course - 8 CEU
  • Mold Remediation Specifications Course (Classroom or Home Study) - 8 CEU

National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP)

  • Initial Radon Measurement - Licensing - 16 Hrs
  • Radon Testing-Category 1 - 16 CEU
  • Radon Testing/Mitigation - 8 CEU
  • Initial Mold - Category II - 8 CEU

National Radon Safety Board (NRSB)

  • Initial Radon Measurement - Licesning - 16 Hrs
  • Radon Measurement - 16 CEU

American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH)

  • Initial Mold - 1 CM
  • Advanced Mold Refrehser - 0.5 CM
  • Advanced Mold - 1 CM

Institute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration Certification (IICRC)

  • EPA Lead Renovation Course (RRP) - 1 CEC
  • Initial Mold - 1 CEC
  • Advanced Mold - 1 CEC
  • Indoor Air Quality - 2 CEC in cleaning/restoration
  • Certified Mold Remediation Worker - 2 CEC in Cleaning/Restoration, Inspection or Master Categories
  • Mold Remediation Spec Writing - 1 CEC in Cleaning/Restoration, Inspection or Master Categories

California Real Estate Inspection Association (CREIA)

  • Mold Inspection Course - 7 CEC - classroom only
  • Indoor Air Quality Course - 14 CEC - classroom only

Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board

  • Initial Mold Inspector - 8 CEU - classroom only

Louisianna State Licensing Board for Contractors

  • Certified Mold Remediation and Inspection - 24 hrs

Mississippi Home Inspection Licensing Board

  • EPA Lead Renovation Course (RRP) - 8 CEU's
  • Initial Mold - 8 CEU
  • Initial Mold Refresher - 4 CEU
  • Advanced Mold - 8 CEU
  • Certified Mold Inspection and Assessment Course - 16 CEU
  • Certified Mold Remediation Worker Course - 16 CEU
  • Radon Course - 16 CEU
  • Indoor Air Quality - 16 CEU
  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Course - 8 CEU
  • Mold Legal Issues Course - 8 CEU

New York State Home Inspection Licensure Board

  • Indoor Air Quality - 7 CEU - classroom only
  • Septic System Inspection - 3 CEU - classroom only
  • Well Water Testing - 3 CEU - classroom only

Oregon Construction Contractors Board

  • Initial Mold - 8 CEU
  • Advanced Mold - 8 CEU
  • Certified Mold Inspection and Assessment Course - 16 CEU
  • Radon Measurement Course - 16 CEU
  • Indoor Air Quality - 16 CEU
  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Course - 8 CEU
  • Mold Legal Issues Course - 8 CEU

South Dakota Real Estate Commission (SDREC)

  • Initial Mold - 8 CEU - classroom only

Florida Department of Health

  • Initial Mold - 7.5 Contact Hours
  • Advanced Mold - 6.0 Contact Hours

Florida Association of Building Inspectors (FABI)

  • Initial Mold - 7 hours - classroom only
  • Advanced Mold - 6 hours - classroom only

Florida Board of Engineers

  • Initial Mold - 2 CEU
  • Advanced Mold - 2 CEU

New Jersey State Board of Home Inspection Advisory Committee

  • Initial Mold - 8 CEU

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

  • Radon Mitigation Course - 8 hours

Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance

  • Radon Measurement Technician Course - 16 hours
  • Certified Mold Inspector Course - 8 hours
  • Certified Mold Assessor Course - 8 hours
  • Indoor Air Quality Inspector Course - 16 hours

Washington State Home Inspection Licensure Board

  • Mold Inspection Course - 8 CEU - classroom or homestudy
  • Radon Measurement Course- 16 CEU - classroom or homestudy

The following States that require a Certified Training
Provider for Initial Radon Licensing have approved ESA as a course provider:

Florida (classroom only), Iowa, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio (classroom only), Pennsylvania, West
Virginia (classroom only), Illinois, Kansas, Indiana, Maine, Virginia, Rhode Island, California - most States include initial licensing and CEU

 

FAQs

 

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact us at 1-800-651-8245

or email aaron@esaassociation.com

 

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Yes you may transfer to another date or location if need be.

 

What is the refund policy?

We will offer a 100% refund of fees if you cancle within 2 weeks of the class.

 

Have questions about Certified Mold Inspection and Assessment? Contact Environmental Solutions Association

When & Where



Askus Consulting Services
125 Granite Dr
Cobleskill, NY 12043

Friday, April 5, 2013 at 8:00 AM - Saturday, April 6, 2013 at 5:00 PM (EDT)


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Environmental Solutions Association

Environmental Solutions Association (ESA) is the nation's premier Indoor Air Quality training organization. ESA provides industry professionals with the training and education necessary to confront the environmental and safety issues faced by todays property owners. Our Training and Education courses include Mold Inspection Training, Radon Training for Inspection and Testing, and Indoor Air Quality Training for Inspection and Testing. Newest training courses include VOC and Bacteria Testing and other Indoor Air Quality issues that are of current concern to the property owner and commercial structures as defined by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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