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Mold Assessment Consultant Training

Mold Assessment Consultant Training

The mold assessment consultant is trained to perform all activities of a mold technician and also:

Plans surveys to identify conditions favorable for indoor mold growth or to determine the presence, extent, amount, or identity of mold or suspected mold in a building;

Determines locations to record observations, take measurements, or collect samples;

Prepares a mold assessment report, including the observations made, measurements taken, and locations and analysis results of samples;

Develops a mold management plan, including recommendations for periodic surveillance, response actions, and prevention and control of mold growth;

Prepares a mold remediation protocol, including the evaluation and selection of appropriate methods, personal protective equipment, engineering controls, project layout, post-remediation clearance evaluation methods and criteria, and preparation of plans and specifications;

Evaluates a mold remediation project to determine if the mold contamination identified for the remediation project has been remediated as outlined in the mold remediation protocol, and with reasonable certainty the mold will not return from the remediated cause.

Target Audience; Real estate agents, home inspectors, mold remediation companies, mold investigators, Indoor Air Quality firms, and HVAC firms doing business in Texas

Mold Remediation Contractor

A Micro Certified Mold Remediation Contractor (CMRC) is a specialist who has been professionally trained to remove mold contamination in structures and materials in accordance with certain accepted standards, and to resolve any underlying moisture issue leading to the contamination. The CMRC certification recognizes the Certified Mold Remediation Contractor as having exhibited a proficiency of knowledge required to professionally perform a microbial remediation.

After successfully completing the online final exam, you’ll receive a Nationally-recognized MICRO CMRC certification.

Certified Mold Inspector

A Certified Mold Inspector (CMI) is a specialist who has been professionally trained to assess both the presence of microbial contamination, and the source of any underlying moisture intrusion. The CMI certification recognizes the Certified Mold Inspector as having exhibited a proficiency of knowledge required to perform a professional microbial assessment, identify underlying moisture problems, properly perform air and surface samples and interpret the results.

This course is approximately 20 hours in duration and is presented in a convenient and comprehensive format. After successfully completing the online final exam and submitting a mold inspection project, you’ll receive a Nationally-recognized MICRO CMI certification.

 

 

Mold Training Outline

Initial Training Classes

Certification Remediation Contractor Assessment Consultant Assessment Technician Remediation Worker Inspector
Fee Per Student (2-years) $499 $799 $499 $199 $495
Training (from a Texas-accredited trainer) Inspector course Inspector & Risk Assessor courses Supervisor course Worker course Inspector & Risk Assessor courses
Length of course 40 hours 40 hours 24 hours 4 hours  20 Hours
Education/ Experience Req. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in a natural or physical science, engineering, architecture, building construction, or building sciences, and at least one year of experience in an allied field; OR At least 60 college credit hours OR A high school diploma or a (GED) certificate and at least five years of experience in an allied field; OR A Certification as an industrial hygienist, a professional engineer, a professional registered sanitarian, a certified safety professional, or a registered architect, with at least one year of experience in an allied field. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in a natural or physical science, engineering, architecture, building construction, or building sciences, and at least one year of experience in an allied field; OR At least 60 college credit hours OR A high school diploma or a (GED) certificate and at least five years of experience in an allied field; OR A Certification as an industrial hygienist, a professional engineer, a professional registered sanitarian, a certified safety professional, or a registered architect, with at least one year of experience in an allied field. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in a natural or physical science, engineering, architecture, building construction, or building sciences, and at least one year of experience in an allied field; OR At least 60 college credit hours OR A high school diploma or a (GED) certificate and at least five years of experience in an allied field; OR A Certification as an industrial hygienist, a professional engineer, a professional registered sanitarian, a certified safety professional, or a registered architect, with at least one year of experience in an allied field. Can’t find a job description. Is this the same as a technician? N/A
State exam required ($75) Yes Yes Yes
Functions/Duties (b) Scope. An individual licensed under this section may perform mold remediation and supervise registered mold remediation workers performing mold remediation. In addition, a licensed mold remediation contractor is licensed to provide mold remediation services including: preparing a mold remediation work plan, instructions for remediation efforts, mold remediation project. conducting and interpreting activities recommended in a work plan Plan and/or conduct surveys to identify conditions favorable for indoor mold growth or to determine the presence, extent, amount, or identity of mold or suspected mold in a building; Collect samples for mold analysis; Develop a mold management plan; Prepare a mold remediation protocol Identify and analyze air quality hazards and suggest or make improvements to the mold remediation system of a building. make recommendations on installing or improving extractor fans. Work with buildings engineers to improve the structure of buildings to alleviate the worst problems of dampness in buildings. Plan and/or conduct surveys to identify conditions favorable for indoor mold growth or to determine the presence, extent, amount, or identity of mold or suspected mold in a building; Collect samples for mold analysis; Develop a mold management plan; Prepare a mold remediation protocol
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Mold Training Outline

Refresher Training Classes

Certification Remediation Contractor Assessment Consultant Assessment Technician Remediation Worker Inspector
Fee Per Student (2-years) $299 $299 $299 $99 $495
Training (from a Texas-accredited trainer) Inspector course Inspector & Risk Assessor courses Supervisor course Worker course Inspector & Risk Assessor courses
Length of course 8 hours 8 hours 8 hours 4 hours  Hours
Education/ Experience Req. Must have successfully completed initial training and met required testing goals. Must have successfully completed initial training and met required testing goals. Must have successfully completed initial training and met required testing goals. Must have successfully completed initial training and met required testing goals. Must have successfully completed initial training and met required testing goals.
State exam required ($50) Yes Yes Yes No
Functions/Duties
Conditions/ Restrictions

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