Radon Entry & Meas in Tropical Climates & Karst

(41 customer reviews)


This continuing education 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.  Although set in a tropical setting, this course has application to anywhere one finds highly permeable soils and Karst such as the Southeastern portion of the U.S. and the mountainous areas.

SKU: C-12-102 Category: Certified By:


This audio and video course provides you with an insight into the factors to be considered for the measurement of radon in tropical climates and areas in which karst formations may be prevalent.

There is approximately 12 hours of coursework, including audio, video, publications, and quizzes that are taken as you progress through the course (not timed and may be taken unlimited times). There is no time limit for taking the course, and even after completion you continue to have access to the course in order to refer back to resources.

CERTI students also have access to business tools such as sample contracts, and warranties. We are also available by phone during and after the course for any questions concerning the course or radon situations you come across on the job.

This course includes:

  • Audio and video instruction
  • Downloadable Course Manual
  • Downloadable Resource Materials
  • Online Quizzes
  • Downloadable Course Certificate
  • 12 Category 1 CE Credits

41 reviews for Radon Entry & Meas in Tropical Climates & Karst

  1. Jose Figueroa

    I like the main presenter and the guests, very informative course

  2. Charles Taylor

    Actually interesting and informative. Helped develop new concepts and further understanding of Radon!

  3. Richard


  4. John

    The course was well organized and explanations were clear and simple. I recommend this course for all radon professionals.

  5. Hannah

    The quizzes reflected the course material appropriately, and everything was easy to follow.

  6. Kevin

    Interesting and informative. Not drawn out.

  7. Ronald

    Enjoyed the class!

  8. Olivia

    Interesting material – great refresher

  9. Lauren

    Very informative

  10. Bernard

    Course was very informative

  11. John

    Unique and informative

  12. Keith

    Engaging content

  13. Bryson

    I recommend

  14. Ryan

    I recommend this course

  15. Jim


  16. Sean

    Very interesting topic. Not totally topical for Mitigations in New York but the theoretical concepts can be applied for temp; pressure feilds,wind and rain. I have better understanding of radon as it reacts with structures in adverse coditions

  17. Isaak

    very good

  18. Chris

    I recommend

  19. Joseph

    I would recommend this

  20. John

    Job well done!

  21. John

    Job well done!

  22. John

    lots of good information about the effects of Karst on radon

  23. George

    I found the course very informative and interesting.

  24. Alan

    Overall I enjoyed the course very much

  25. Dustin

    Over all a good course

  26. Fred


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  28. Thomas

    it expanded my knowledge of soils effect on radon levels

  29. Yuan

    This course is high quality and very valuable in practical experience, especially for persons depending on AC for daily life in tropic climates. My suggestion is to provide some data about the rate of incidence of lung cancer in Guam in the past year compared to other region of the world. This is to see how much the radon or RDP risk impact the health of the local residents

  30. Jason

    Much of the same testing techniques are used in the states.

  31. Steven

    I always enjoy my CERTI CEU courses!

  32. Randy

    Good course. I personally know two of the guest presenters.

  33. Tom

    Very well presented…important points were restated several times (good).

  34. Dale

    It was very interesting to see the differences between the US mainland and Guam.

  35. Douglas J.

    At first I wondered why Guam, but learned a great wealth of knowledge. Central Indiana has lots of limestone and now I understand more about Radon.

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