Mold Control and Remediation Training

Claudette Reichel  |  5/8/2018 3:23:30 PM

moldy home

It is not enough to know how.

Contractors need to know why,
the key to avoiding costly or hazardous outcomes and to using the most effective practical solution.

This 3-day course provides technicians and contractors with the information and method training needed to successfully perform safe and effective mold remediation -- with the goals of restoring and maintaining a healthy indoor environment and property protection. The course will cover industry standards and procedures as well as provide participants with a working knowledge of mold characteristics, moisture dynamics and building science principles that are crucial to both mold removal and control.

Satisfactory completion of this course fulfills the 24-hour initial technical training requirement for a Mold Remediation Contractor license in the state of Louisiana. (See course content below.) For information about additional requirements to obtain a licence, visit www.lslbc.louisiana.gov

NEW – This course now also includes Microbial Pest Control Applicator training. The application of biocides to kill mold or to prevent mold growth for hire in Louisiana requires certification by the La. Dept. of Agriculture and Forestry. under the Microbial Pest Control Subcategory (8e). Applicants must take the LDAF General Standards Exam (free) and a category specific exam ($25). Individuals who seek certification must schedule an exam with and pay Louisiana Department of Agriculture & Forestry (LDAF) for the category specific exam ($25/exam).. LDAF is the only agency that can administer exams.

Attendees will receive a Mold Control and Remediation manual, Microbial Pest Control Applicator exam preparation manuals, and a collection of relevant consumer publications on thumb drive that can be printed and shared with clients.

Who should attend: Professionals seeking Mold Remediation Contractor license, mold remediation technicians, remodeling contractors, restoration specialists and workers, home and building inspectors.

Continuing Education Units: Certificate of completion will be issued for satisfactory completion. Eligible for 24 CEU's for La. Residential Contractors and Mold Remediation Contractor license requirement. Certificate may qualify for La. Home Inspector CEUs and other professional units.

Location: LaHouse Resource Center in Baton Rouge, La.

2018 Class Dates: March 20 - 22, July 18 - 20, October 17 - 19

Class Time: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Instructor: Glenn Ray, LSU AgCenter Building Science Educator

Cost:
$600 registration fee*
*20% discount on class fee for LHBA and La. Realtor members, LaHouse Gold + Key Contributors, government, students, faculty, and non-profit organization employees.
NOTE: LSU AgCenter - LaHouse courses quality for the Louisiana Incumbent Worker Training Program tuition reimbursement for eligible employers (see www.laworks.net for IWTP information).

Note: Class size is limited. Payment must be received to reserve your seat.

Find more information and to register:

Click here to register for the Baton Rouge class

Course content includes:
  • Drivers of Mold Remediation
    • Is it New? What Changed?
    • Litigation
    • Insurance
  • Safety
    • General Safety Procedures for Occupants
    • OSHA Guidelines for Workers
  • Microbiology
    • Fungi
    • Biocides
  • Louisiana Law on Biocides
    • Health Effects
    • Health Effects Information for Texas License
  • Moisture & Building Science
    • Psychometrics
    • Moisture Dynamics in Buildings
    • Impacts of Moisture on Mold Remediation
    • Moisture Goals for Mold Remediation and Control
  • Standards
    • EPA - Mold Remediation in Schools & Commercial Buildings
    • New York City Guidelines
    • ACGIH Bio-aerosol Assessment & Control
    • IICRC S520 - Professional Mold Remediation Standard & Reference Guide
  • Containment & Pressurization
    • Critical Barriers
    • Local, Mini, Full
    • Make-up Air & Air Conditioning
    • Pressure Differences Required and Measurement
    • Air Filtration Devices
  • Procedures
    • Source Removal
    • Encapsulants
    • Ozone, Hydroxyls' & Nano-technology
  • HVAC Systems
    • Basics
    • Problems with oversizing
    • Duct Leakage
    • Cleaning as per NADCA ACR 2006
    • Insulation - NAIMA Guidelines
  • Microbial applicator certification training (does not include the exams)
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