Iowa Dept of Health accepts InterNACHI's radon course for radon tester certification

The Iowa Department of Public Health has requirements to become a Certified Radon Tester, including the completion of a radon measurement training course approved by NRPP and AARST. Visit the Iowa website for details.

InterNACHI’s free, online “Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provide Course” is NRPP- and AARST-approved.

Visit www.nachi.org/iowa

That is great news

Do you know if one still has to belong to NRPP or AARST to get the Iowa Certificate.

I think you have to have proof of passing an approved course (InterNACHI’s), but their exam. But you’d better contact your state. Follow that radon link we have at http://www.nachi.org/iowa-certified-licensed-home-inspector.htm

Ben, how about going after Minnesota next. They typically mirror Iowa in these respects.

http://www.cce.umn.edu/Radon-Courses-for-Professionals/

Working on it… Give me about 10 minutes, and I’ll have an update webpage just for MN.

Awesome! Thanks!!

Here you go: http://www.nachi.org/minnesota
That college course is $450. InterNACHI’s is online and free for members.

Exactly why I made the request. I passed the IAC2 course many years ago, and will take the updated course, but since MN wouldn’t accept it, what was the point except for my personal satisfaction. Saving that $450 certainly doesn’t hurt my feelings any either. Thanks again!

Jeffrey Jonas writes

I love when just one of our membership benefits, just one, pays the dues for our members. Thanks Ben!

And you have a lot (for rural America) of members in Minnesota that will benefit from this!

Great news, Thanks for your work on this issue.