As part of the growing partnership with the Canadian Radon Training Centre (CNRTC), we are pleased to announce the entry level radon measurement and mitigation courses have been updated and streamlined to present 100% Canadian approaches to radon.
Posted February 3, 2016
Over the last year we have been discussing whether we should update our U.S. based Radon Measurement course. After all, we were still getting very good comments and results with an audio based course that had a ton of content and lot of guest speakers. As an audio course it also allowed our busy students to take advantage of windshield time to listen to the lectures. But education technology has improved since we created the current course and it was time to fulfill our commitment to maintaining the best possible educational experience.
Over the last two years the demand for radon measurements in large buildings such as apartments, schools and office buildings has been rapidly increasing. This is especially true for multi-family buildings where HUD is now requiring radon surveys prior to financing most of these mega properties. To assist building owners in identifying individuals who have the additional skills needed for large buildings, the National Radon Proficiency Program has created an add-on credential for measurement professionals who want to distinguish themselves in this expanding market.
If you are in the radon business, no doubt you will find yourself talking about the radon issue. In fact, many radon professionals deliver formal programs as a means of educating folks while marketing their services. However, there are good ways and bad ways to address this topic and many well-intentioned radon professional have shot themselves in the foot with the wrong message ...
Since taking an entry level radon course is the initial step for people wanting to offer radon mitigation services, we often receive calls from prospective students on what magnitude of investment may be required to start their business. So, we thought we would provide a little input within this blog ...
Over the years of teaching radon certification courses, students have asked me “What do I need to know to pass the certification exams?” My answer has always been that it is more important to prepare for “life after exam” than to become fixated on the independent certification exam. However, after 20 some odd years helping students succeed in the radon industry I also realize they cannot begin their radon careers until they clear the initial hurdle of passing the exam, so I thought I would share a few tips for those who want to become certified in the radon industry
Individuals planning on entering the radon field often call with questions about which device they should use. After all, there are a lot to choose from and it can be a little daunting. So, in this post we thought we would share some tips for our perspective students.