All our mold classes qualify for Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) continuing education credits.
 
 
   


COURSE#: MOLD 101-HSW-Online
webinar

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COURSE#: MOLD 101-HSW-Class
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WATER INTRUSION AND MOLD MANAGEMENT
CREDIT AWARD: 1 contact hour

Contact hour :  1 hour
Total length of the class: 50 minutes instruction, 10 min. Q & A

MOLD 101-HSW - - COURSE DESCRIPTION

Attendees will learn about mold (fungi), how it destroys buildings and affects the health of the occupants, how to control water intrusion with a regular maintenance program by recognizing red flags that are conducive to mold growth and the importance of making repairs before mold develops, how to minimize damage following hurricanes, the process of mold removal if a problem has already occurred, and how to choose a reputable inspection and remediation companies.

PowerPoint Presentation
Test: 10 questions
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Fees include the e-Book: MOLD PREVENTION FOR ALL

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COURSE#: INFRARED-101-Online webinar
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COURSE#: INFRARED-101-Class
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THE BENEFITS AND LIMITATIONS OF INFRARED SURVEYS
CREDIT AWARD: 1 contact hour

Contact hour :  1 hour
Total length of the class: 50 minutes instruction, 10 min. Q & A

INFRARED-101 - - COURSE DESCRIPTION

Attendees will learn the background of infrared technology and its usage in assessing a building for water intrusion - inside and outside the building and its use in detecting hot spots in electrical panels.  Aerial infrared surveys of flat roofs will also be covered as an effective preventive measure to periodically assess the roof for water intrusion.  The benefits and limitations of an infrared camera will be covered.

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Test: 10 questions
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COURSE#: MOLD 201-HSW-Online
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COURSE#: MOLD 201-HSW-Class
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WATER INTRUSION AND MOLD MANAGEMENT
CREDIT AWARD: 2 contact hours

Contact hours:  2 hours
Total length of the class: 2 hours and 10 min
1st hour : 50 min. instruction, 10 min. Q & A, 10 min. break
2nd hour : 50 min. instruction, 10 min, Q & A

MOLD 201-HSW - - COURSE DESCRIPTION

Attendees will learn about mold (fungi), how it destroys buildings and affects the health of the occupants, how to control water intrusion with a regular maintenance program by recognizing red flags that are conducive to mold growth and make repairs before mold develops, how to minimize damage following hurricanes, the process of mold removal if a problem has already occurred, how to choose a reputable inspection and remediation companies, and how to interpret a laboratory report.

PowerPoint Presentation
Test: 15 questions
Fees:
Fees include the e-Book: MOLD PREVENTION FOR ALL

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COURSE#: MOLD 301-HSW-Online
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COURSE#: MOLD 301-HSW-Class
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WATER INTRUSION AND MOLD MANAGEMENT
CREDIT AWARD: 3 contact hours

Contact hours:  3 hours
Total length of the class: 3 hours and 20 min
1st hour : 50 min. instruction, 10 min. Q & A, 10 min. break
2nd hour : 50 min. instruction, 10 min, Q & A, 10 min. break
3rd hour : 50 min. instruction, 10 min. Q & A

MOLD 301-HSW - - COURSE DESCRIPTION

Attendees will learn about mold (fungi), how it destroys buildings and affects the health of the occupants, how to control water intrusion with a regular maintenance program by recognizing red flags that are conducive to mold growth and make repairs before mold develops, how to minimize damage following hurricanes, the process of mold removal if a problem has already occurred, how to choose a reputable inspection and remediation companies, how to interpret a laboratory report, the benefits and limitations of infrared surveys, the importance of proper sampling methodology and quality control, and proper documentation for insurance claims or possible litigation.

PowerPoint Presentation
Test : 20 questions
Fees:
Fees include the e-Book: MOLD PREVENTION FOR ALL

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COURSE#: MOLD 401-HSWClassroom+Field training

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Includes
classroom instruction
and field training
at your company's site

   


 

WATER INTRUSION AND MOLD MANAGEMENT
CREDIT AWARD: 4 contact hours
Classroom education + field training

Contact hours: 4
Total length of the class: 4 hours and 20 min
1st hour : 50 min. classroom instruction, 10 min. Q & A, 10 min. break
2nd hour : 50 min. classroom instruction , 10 min, Q & A
Lunch break
3rd. hour : 50 min. field training, 10 min. Q & A, 10 min. break
4th hour : 50 min. field training, 10 min. Q & A

MOLD 401-HSW - - COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is in two parts – classroom education followed by a field training inspection to apply knowledge learned in the classroom.

CLASSROOM
First, the attendees will learn about mold (fungi), how it destroys buildings and affects the health of the occupants, how to control water intrusion with a regular maintenance program by  recognizing red flags that are conducive to mold growth and make repairs before mold develops, how to minimize damage following hurricanes, the process of mold removal if a problem has already occurred, how to choose a reputable inspection and remediation companies, and how to interpret a laboratory report.

FIELD TRAINING - INSPECTION
Second, the attendees will go through
a field training exercise and learn how to inspect a building for water intrusion.  The inspection will consist of finding red flags that are conducive to mold growth inside and outside the building.  Red flags inside the building are such things as a musty smell, taking the relative humidity, noting visible water stains, visible MLS (mold-like substance), missing caulking around bathtubs, holes or grout missing in the shower, floor buckling or warping, leaky plumbing, signs of corrosion, rusty nails, wood discoloration, paint discoloration, bubbling/cracking of paint, MLS at air vents, MLS in the air handler, two or more thermostats too close together, A/C drain pan improperly tilted, A/C drain line clogged, bathroom fans not working.  Outside the building red flags are such items as blocked gutters, cracks in masonry, around windows, sprinkler heads too close to the building, sprinkler heads pointing towards the house, improper grading – slopes towards the house, built-in planter boxes, vines growing on the façade of the building, debris on the roof, leaves, vines, etc., cracks in the chimney, any rotten wood on the outside of the structure, missing roof shingles, missing flashing, and other red flags.


PowerPoint Presentation
Test: 20 questions
Fees:
Fees include 214-page reference book: MOLD MATTERS - Solutions and Prevention

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COURSE#: MOLD 501-HSW
Classroom+Field training


Course held at your company
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Includes
classroom instruction
and field training
at your company's site

   


 

WATER INTRUSION AND MOLD MANAGEMENT
CREDIT AWARD: 5 contact hours
Classroom education + field training

Contact hours: 5
Total length of the class: 5 hours and 30 min
1st hour : 50 min. classroom instruction, 10 min. Q & A, 10 min. break
2nd hour : 50 min. classroom instruction , 10 min, Q & A, 10 min. break
3rd hour : 50 min. classroom instruction, 10 min. Q & A
Lunch break
3rd. hour : 50 min. field training, 10 min. Q & A, 10 min. break
4th hour : 50 min. field training, 10 min. Q & A

MOLD 501-HSW - - COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is in two parts – classroom education followed by a field training inspection to apply knowledge learned in the classroom.

CLASSROOM
First, the attendees will learn about mold (fungi), how it destroys buildings and affects the health of the occupants, how to control water intrusion with a regular maintenance program by  recognizing red flags that are conducive to mold growth and make repairs before mold develops, how to minimize damage following hurricanes, the process of mold removal if a problem has already occurred, how to choose a reputable inspection and remediation companies, how to interpret a laboratory report, the benefits and limitations of infrared surveys, the importance of proper sampling methodology and quality control, and proper documentation for insurance claims or possible litigation.

FIELD TRAINING - INSPECTION
Second, the attendees will go through a field training exercise and learn how to inspect a building for water intrusion.  The inspection will consist of finding red flags that are conducive to mold growth inside and outside the building.  Red flags inside the building are such things as a musty smell, taking the relative humidity, noting visible water stains, visible MLS (mold-like substance), missing caulking around bathtubs, holes or grout missing in the shower, floor buckling or warping, leaky plumbing, signs of corrosion, rusty nails, wood discoloration, paint discoloration, bubbling/cracking of paint, MLS at air vents, MLS in the air handler, two or more thermostats too close together, A/C drain pan improperly tilted, A/C drain line clogged, bathroom fans not working.  Outside the building red flags are such items as blocked gutters, cracks in masonry, around windows, sprinkler heads too close to the building, sprinkler heads pointing towards the house, improper grading – slopes towards the house, built-in planter boxes, vines growing on the façade of the building, debris on the roof, leaves, vines, etc., cracks in the chimney, any rotten wood on the outside of the structure, missing roof shingles, missing flashing, and other red flags.


PowerPoint Presentation
Test: 20 questions
Fees:
Fees include a 214-page reference book: MOLD MATTERS - Solutions and Prevention

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COURSE#: MOLD 601-HSW
Classroom+Field training


Course held at your company

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Includes
classroom instruction
and field training
at your company's site

   


 

WATER INTRUSION AND MOLD MANAGEMENT
CREDIT AWARD: 6 contact hours
Classroom education + field training

Contact hours: 6
Total length of the class: 6 hours and 40 min
1st hour : 50 min. classroom instruction, 10 min. Q & A, 10 min. break
2nd hour : 50 min. classroom instruction , 10 min, Q & A, 10 min. break
3rd hour : 50 min. classroom instruction, 10 min. Q & A
Lunch break
3rd. hour : 50 min. field training, 10 min. Q & A, 10 min. break
4th hour : 50 min. field training, 10 min, Q & A, 10 min. break
3rd hour : 50 min. field training, 10 min. Q & A

MOLD 601-HSW - - COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is in two parts – classroom education followed by a field training inspection to apply knowledge learned in the classroom.

CLASSROOM
First, the attendees will learn about mold (fungi), how it destroys buildings and affects the health of the occupants, how to control water intrusion with a regular maintenance program by  recognizing red flags that are conducive to mold growth and make repairs before mold develops, how to minimize damage following hurricanes, the process of mold removal if a problem has already occurred, how to choose a reputable inspection and remediation companies, how to interpret a laboratory report, the benefits and limitations of infrared surveys, the importance of proper sampling methodology and quality control, and proper documentation for insurance claims or possible litigation.

FIELD TRAINING - INSPECTION
Second, the attendees will go through a field training exercise and learn how to inspect a building for water intrusion.  The inspection will consist of finding red flags that are conducive to mold growth inside and outside the building.  Red flags inside the building are such things as a musty smell, taking the relative humidity, noting visible water stains, visible MLS (mold-like substance), missing caulking around bathtubs, holes or grout missing in the shower, floor buckling or warping, leaky plumbing, signs of corrosion, rusty nails, wood discoloration, paint discoloration, bubbling/cracking of paint, MLS at air vents, MLS in the air handler, two or more thermostats too close together, A/C drain pan improperly tilted, A/C drain line clogged, bathroom fans not working.  Outside the building red flags are such items as blocked gutters, cracks in masonry, around windows, sprinkler heads too close to the building, sprinkler heads pointing towards the house, improper grading – slopes towards the house, built-in planter boxes, vines growing on the façade of the building, debris on the roof, leaves, vines, etc., cracks in the chimney, any rotten wood on the outside of the structure, missing roof shingles, missing flashing, and other red flags.


PowerPoint Presentation
Test: 20 questions
Fees:
Fees include a 214-page reference book: MOLD MATTERS - Solutions and Prevention

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