To be licensed or registered for radon inspection in the state of Connecticut, testers are required to be certified through National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) or National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP). This includes taking a NRPP or NRSB approved course, such as PHII's Radon Measurement Course and the certification exam. Connecticut also requires that you submit a complete application, with requested attachments, to complete the licensing/registration process.
If you are interested in expanding your business to do radon testing, you can begin by taking the PHII Radon Measurement course. When you have completed the course, you will receive information on how to register for the NRPP or NRSB exam. Both organizations require that you complete an approved course, pass their certification exam, and maintain your certification with continuing education.
Note: NRSB has also approved PHII's Radon Measurement Course for 16 Hours of Continuing Education.
State Contact Information:
CT Dept. of Public Health Environmental Health
Website: DPH Radon - for Professionals
Licensed Home Inspectors in Connecticut are required to complete at least 20 continuing education hours in each two year period. The Radon Measurement Certification Course has been approved by the Dept. of Consumer Protection - Home Inspection Licensing Board for 16 continuing education hours.
Continuing Education ApprovalsRadon Measurement Training can be used for continuing education credits in West Virginia, Wisconsin, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Alaska, Ohio, Arkansas, Oregon, Connecticut, South Dakota, Tennessee, Indiana, & Iowa
16-hour Interactive Online Course
Radon Technician (CRT) Certification
Radon Inspection Forms and Mitigation Checklist
Non-interference Radon Test Agreement
Free $149 Membership in NSHI
Free $149 InspectHost Website!
Radon Inspection Report Creator ($399 Value)