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[FONT=Verdana]InterNACHI’s Lead-Safe Certified RRP Course in our Colorado Training Classroom[/FONT]
To become Lead-Safe Certified, you must take an 8-hour training course from an EPA-approved training provider. InterNACHI is an EPA-approved training provider.
InterNACHI’s 8-hour course includes:
[li]6 hours online (learn at your own pace), and[/li][li]2 hours hands-on (learn by actually doing).[/li][/ul]
Step 1: FREE - Take InterNACHI’s online portion of the course Log into InterNACHI’s course.
Step 2: FREE - Register for the 2-hours required hands-on portion of the course. Register for the free class in Colorado.
Included free with the hands-on training:**
[li]Student course book;[/li][li]Free home maintenance book (www.nachi.org/now);[/li][li]Free Mastering Roof Inspection Series [FONT=Verdana]SIZE=2;[/li][li]Free Guide to Writing Report Narratives (free);[/li][li]Free Guide to Avoiding Lawsuits (free);[/li][li]Free Guide to Forms of Inspection Business Ownership (free);[/li][li]Free Guide to How to Sell to a Real Estate Professional (free);[/li][li]Free 4 Steps to Inspection Marketing Success (free);[/li][li]Free Illustrated Guide to Deck Inspections (free);[/li][li]Free Guide to Using Infrared Cameras (free); and[/li][li]Other free benefits.[/li][/ol]
[/SIZE][/FONT] Additional information:
Six hours of this course is online and free to InterNACHI members. If you are not a member, and you’d like to take this online course, contact email@example.com. The required two hours of hands-on training is available for free in Colorado (visit this website.)
InterNACHI is an EPA-approved training provider. InterNACHI’s course is EPA approved.
This course was developed to train inspectors and contractors how to work safely in housing with lead-based paint and comply with EPA’s Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Rule and HUD’s Lead Safe Housing Rule. Upon successful completion, you will become EPA Lead-Safe Certified. Federal law mandates that all contractors and maintenance workers (from plumbers to electricians to painters to handymen), performing renovation, repair, and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in any pre-1978 homes, buildings, child care facilities and schools be certified by EPA. Firms are required to use certified renovators who are trained by EPA-approved training providers to follow lead-safe work practices. Further details are found on the first page of the online portion course. [Log into the course](http://www.nachi.org/lead-safety-rrp-course.htm).