radon training

Originally Posted By: dlee2
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Looking for advice on radon training at home. There are several on the NEHA website. Can anybody recommend one.


Originally Posted By: Blaine Wiley
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Come to the NACHI convention in Orlando Feb. 4-8, 2006. RCTA will be teaching the 16 hour certification course. You can have fun, and learn at the same time. icon_biggrin.gif


Originally Posted By: gporter
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Blaine will it meet the florida requirements to become licensed.



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Originally Posted By: psabados
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Gary


Yes it will. There will be a special test given at the end of the session for Florida members. There is a very slight difference between the National program and the Florida Program (basically 2 hrs less of classtime and a different test)

This program will meet both standards

Paul


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NACHI Foundation, President

Convention Coordinator

Originally Posted By: psabados
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BTW this session usually will run you around 300.00 or more to attend. Also class size will be limited to only 80 students at this time.


Paul


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NACHI Foundation, President

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Originally Posted By: mlong
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dlee2 wrote:
Looking for advice on radon training at home. There are several on the NEHA website. Can anybody recommend one.


David, if you can't do the training at the convention, or want to get started before then, I took a correspondence course through Celia Rajkovich, RRPT, a Health Physicist in Aliquippa, PA. I thought the course was very well done and Celia was very helpful in answering any questions that I had as I went through the course. It cost $125 for the course, and then, of course you will have to take the NEHA exam in a proctored setting, which also costs $125. (Celia also offered a crash study session right before the exam for those of us taking the exam in near Pittsburgh.) And then, if Kentucky has licensing, you'll also need your state license.

You can see info about Celia and her services at http://celiar.home.comcast.net


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Peace of Mind Home Inspections
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