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Lead Inspector/Risk Assessor Initial

The inspector course presents the EPA model curriculum covering the lead-based paint (LBP) inspection protocols described in the HUD Guidelines and EPA regulations for both single-family and multi-family housing together with current research findings and practical advice from experienced inspectors. Through lectures, demonstrations and hands-on training, participants will develop an understanding of the advantages and limitations of a variety of lead inspection techniques, along with methods of implementation. The course also covers lead detection in paint, dust, and soil; personal protection; pre-inspection planning; preparing samples for laboratory analysis; and use of X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzers.

This risk assessor course presents the EPA model curriculum covering the lead-based paint (LBP) risk assessment protocols described in the HUD Guidelines and EPA regulations for both single-family and multi-family housing. Interpretation of lead inspection reports, risk assessment report forms, and decision making concerning interim controls when appropriate are also covered. The course explains how risk assessors can present the options available to owners to control hazards from lead-based paint and other lead-contaminated sources.

Course Schedule


09588 January 12-16, 2015, Grand Forks, ND
09603 April 6-10, 2015, Grand Forks, ND

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Course Fees

$800.00
All fees must be paid prior to the start of the course.

Cancellation Policy

If you are unable to attend, a substitution can be made at any time without charge. You can also transfer your registration fee to another course offered by ETI. Refunds, less a $50 administrative fee, will be issued upon request. Refunds will not be issued for cancellations received within five calendar days of the course. The University reserves the right to cancel programs if necessary. In this event, the University's liability is limited to the full refund of your registration fee.

Meals and Lodging

Participants are responsible for arranging overnight accommodations. For assistance you may call
ETI at (701) 777-0384.
Refreshment breaks and materials are included in the registration fee.

ETI offers an in-house training option for this course.