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College of Continuing Education - Registration Services
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Radon Measurement - Columbus, Ohio - May 2015

This two-day course covers physics of radon, health effects of radon, radon sources and transport, how to properly make radon measurements, quality assurance and quality control, radon measurement devices, and radon mitigation fundamentals. This course is especially important for home inspectors, contractors, environmental consultants, public health officials, real estate professionals, indoor air quality professionals, and nonprofit health advocacy organizations. This course is a prerequisite to the Radon Mitigation Course.

Exam Information
The measurement course provides the training needed to take the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) examination. The exam is challenging and the successful completion of the course will improve your ability to pass the examination. The exam is optional; however, to be listed or licensed by states, you need to pass a national proficiency exam. Check with states in which you wish to do business to see if there are additional requirements. Additional information about exams.

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For a complete listing of courses, dates, times, and locations view the course schedule.

Event Id: 187651, 05/12/2014 - 05/13/2014, Ramada Columbus North, See monitor for room assignment; - 6767 Schrock Hill Court, Columbus, O

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