Lead Certifed Renovator Initial Certification Class

This course is 8 hours in length and includes both training and certification. Renovation firms must have at least one Certified Renovator who has completed training and obtained certification from the EPA and a firm certification from the EPA. Presented by Lead-Safe Training Center, an EPA-accredited training provider, the course concludes with a 25 question exam.
Why should you attend this seminar?
Unless you are certified by an EPA-certified renovator, you may face fines of $37,500 per day or criminal charges if you are working on a renovation project in a building that was built before 1978. The adverse health effects of lead dust and chips can lead to serious health conditions for adults and children. Proper training is the only way to ensure that you are working as safely as possible.
Our EPA Lead Renovator Workshop is an interactive and intense collaborative learning experience including analysis of real-world examples of best lead practices; hands-on demonstrations of how to properly use in-field equipment; supplementary reference materials for your future use; ongoing phone/email support from your instructor; and more!
All course materials and certification exam are included with registration.

RRP Certifed Renovator Refresher Class

This course must be attended by Certified Renovators who have successfully completed the Initial Lead Renovator Course and whose certification is nearing the 5 year expiration date. To qualify to take this 4 hour course certification must not have expired and the Renovator must present a copy of their certificate to Lead-Safe Training Center prior to taking the class. The course is presented by experienced EPA Accredited Instructors who will share their years of experience, explain latest EPA revisions to the Renovation Repair and Painting Rule and demonstrate the latest methods to use to successfully perform RRP work. All course materials and certification exam are included with registration