Mold Assessment Technician
Our exposure to indoor air pollutants has led to many health problems ranging from headaches to death as a result of exposure to mold. This course will teach you how to determine the location and extent of mold or suspected mold present in a facility. You will be trained to record visual observations and take on-site measurements, including temperature, humidity and moisture levels during an initial and post-remediation mold assessment; collect samples for mold analysis; and prepare a mold analysis report.
Who Should Attend
Remodeling and demolition contractors, building owners and managers, safety and health professionals, building inspectors, maintenance personnel, or anyone who may have the responsibility of identifying and mediating indoor air quality issues.
09633 April 27-29, 2015, Grand Forks, ND
All fees must be paid prior to the start of the course.
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.