I am only sorry you two and others where not able to come to the Brantford meeting.
I had the privilege to take Dr John D.Stone ( A scientist ) in my car from Toronto .
I had a considerable talk with him both ways and also listened to him at the Meeting.
I have paid big money to take two of the ( very expensive) CMHC indoor air courses and I like others are always interested in increasing my knowledge.
The two CMHC Instructors had different ideas from each other on air and moulds.
I will be going to take the Pro-lab NACHI mould course if possible and then see how I feel.
This like most NACHI courses are free for NACHI and open to all.
My feeling at this time is that I will be a more valuable Inspector and expect I might find that YES there is a need for inspectors that are trained in Mould Radon and other things.
I was exceptional pleased with Pro-lab and am sure many others will be too.
It is knowledge and open minds that are putting the NACHI members to the front of the industry.
We had a long time inspector who flew in from Fredericton N.B. to this meeting and he said to me that the Plane cost was worth the trip and how much he enjoyed the education and NACHI members.
We had some members from another association and one told me they where impressed and would be joining NACHI.
Roy Cooke A HAPPY NACHI MEMBER Tried it and liked it.