Get All 4 Mold Certification Courses for One Low Price!
The Mold Certification Course Package contains all 4 courses listed below and also includes the free Marketing & Business Development Course, a free 1-year membership to NAMRI, the National Association of Mold Remediators and Inspectors, and a free Inspecthost mold inspector website for 1 year. All these great courses, certifications, and benefits are included together for one low price!
Click on a link below to find out more about each individual mold certification course. Remember, all of these courses are included in the specially priced Mold Certification Course Package. (Prices higher when purchased individually).
Certified Residential Mold Inspector Course (CRMI)
The Residential Mold Inspector Course is the prerequisite for the CMR and CCMI certification. The CRMI course contains lessons that teach you mold terminology, health effects of mold, mold sampling equipment & techniques, as well as how to do a mold inspection and write up a professional mold inspection report for your clients.
Certified Mold Remediator Course (CMR)
The Mold Remdiation Course will teach you mold remediation based on the EPA guidelines for Mold. Mold remediation is defined as "the removal, cleaning, sanitizing, demolition, or other treatment, including preventive activities, of mold or mold-contaminated matter that was not purposely grown at that location." Mold remediation jobs are the jobs that most typically require a mold certification.
Certified Commercial Mold Inspector Course (CCMI)
The Commercial Mold Inspector Course covers the differences between residential properties and commercial properties. For mold inspection, the differences are mainly in hvac systems, however, there are some other important differences like typical room size, commercial ventilation, and more. The Commercial Mold Inspector Course from Professional Mold Inspection Institute will get you the CCMI certification to offer commercial mold inspections.
Mold Remediation Protocols Course (CMR)
In the absence of state or federal guidelines, it is up to the mold professional to decide which protocols to follow. Most remediation companies will follow procedures from one of two respected organizations: The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) Guidelines on Assessment and Remediation of Fungi in Indoor Environments or The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) S520 Standard and Reference Guide for Mold Remediation. This course summarizes, compares and contrasts the procedures from both organizations.
This 24-hour course is designed to help you expand your thermal testing business to include infrared moisture surveys. Providing this service will help your clients understand the source and extent of hidden water damage and moisture that could lead to significant structural damage or microbial growth. A professional infrared moisture survey report can be used to help guide repair efforts, to aid those writing mold remediation protocols, or to document expensive water damage claims for insurance policies.