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Continuing Education

The purpose of the continuing education program is to assure that all professionals continue to enhance their knowledge and understanding of the radon profession and keep abreast of new developments within this program field. The NRSB continuing education program provides a means of documenting this continuing professional education for state, federal and professional agencies, as well as the public at large.

In general, it is anticipated that courses and activities appropriate for continuing education credit will fall into two categories:

Category 1-including traditional classroom lecture courses and hands-on courses, correspondence courses, video based courses, and other types of distance learning courses.

Category 2-including Symposium/Conference attendance, the presentation of technical papers, published articles in professionals journals, and public outreach presentations, instruction, technical service, attendance at professional meetings, and apprenticeship;

Category 1 credits are likely to be given on an “hour for hour” basis, and credits for Category 2 on the basis of a published schedule which acknowledges the different levels of participation and education associated with the various recognized activities.

Each year, prior to the anniversary of the participants' initial certification, a reminder will be sent by the administrative staff that applicants for renewal must submit proof of continuing education training during the year. Individuals may submit information regarding approved course completions throughout the year, and may also submit evidence of courses taken which are pending approvals.

The Administrative Service Provider will review all documentation submitted by applicants and notify applicants by phone or email if any questions arise regarding the approval of continuing education credits which have been submitted. If no questions arise, the notification of approval will be sent to the applicants and posted on the NRSB Website.

#1 RADON TESTERS
Celia Rajkovich, 171 Hall Road, Aliquippa, PA 15001
Telephone: 724-774-4535
mailto:celiar@comcast.net    www.numberoneradontesterllc.com/
Course: *Radon Measurement Course for Testing, Labs & Mitigators (On-Site and Correspondence) Credits: 16
 
AMERICAN INSPECTIONS OF CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA
Steve Kolar, 403 Stonehaven Lane, NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Telephone: 319-377-9298 Fax: 319-377-1306
Course: Radon / Radon / Radon Credits: 6
 
CENTER FOR BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE (CA, DE, IA, IN, ME, MD, NE, OH, PA, RI, VA, WV)
Dr. Mose, 4700 Groves Lane Fairfamailto:Dje42@aol.comx, VA 22030
Telephone: 703-273-2282
mailto:Dje42@aol.com  www.moseservices.com
Course: *Radon Mitigation Proficiency Course for Recertification Credits: 16
Course: *Successful Measurement and Mitigation in Schools (On-Site and Correspondence) Credits: 8
Course: *Preparation and Use of Radon Potential Maps for Measurement and Mitigation (On-Site and Correspondence) Credits: 8
Course: *Waterborne Radon Measurement & Mitigation Specialist (On-Site and Correspondence) Credits: 8
 
CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY, INC. (CERTI)
1032 N Wahsatch Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Telephone: 719-632-1215 or 800-513-8332  Fax: 719-632-9607
dbrown@certi.us   http://www.certi.us 
Course: Design & Installation of Radon & Soil Gas Collection Systems Credits: 8

EASTERN REGIONAL RADON TRAINING CENTER
Rutgers University 102 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Telephone: 732-932-9271
mailto:radon@njaes.rutgers.edu    http://www.errtc.rutgers.edu
Course: Radon Mitigators' Technology Credits: 24
Course: Waterborne Radon Short Course Credits: 4
Course: Waterborne Radon One Day Credits: 8
Course: Radon Mitigation Diagnostics: Troubleshooting Strategies for Troublesome Systems Credits: 8
Course: Electrical Troubleshooting & Safety for Radon Mitigation Credits: 8
Course: Radon Resistant New Construction in GA Short Course/Lecture Credits:5.5
Course: *Radon Resistant New Construction Credits: 8
 
MIDWEST UNIVERSITIES RADON CONSORTIUM
352 Ruttan Hall, 1994 Buford Avenue, St. Paul MN 55108 
Telephone: 800-843-8636    cceconf3@umn.edu    http://www.cce.umn.edu/radon
Course: Radon Technology for Mitigators Credits: 20
Course: Radon Resistant New Construction Credits: 4
 
Philip H. Anthes
8 Nowers Road, Lexington, MA 02420
Telephone: 781-862-5657
mailto:phantes@aol.com
Course: Introduction to ASTM E 1465 Credit: 1
 
PROFESSIONAL HOUSE DOCTORS
1406 E. 14th Street Des Moines IA 50316
Course: Radon Continuing Education Course Credits: 8
 
RADON REDUCTION SERVICES
2403 Stockyard Road, Springfield IL 62702
Telephone: 217-241-2345
Course: How a Radon Reduction System Must Be Installed Credits: 8
 
RADONTEX, LLC
PO Box 222, Bealeton, VA 22712
Telephone: 703-856-7333
msmith@radontex.com www.radontex.com/radoncatalog
Course: Refresher Radiation Safety Training for Radon Professionals Credits: 2
Course: Radon Health Risks Review Credits: 2
Course: The Physics of Radon Credits:2
Course: Radon Measurement Device Review Credits: 2
Course: The In's and Out's of Radon Credits: 4
Course: Protocols Records & Quality Oh My! Credits: 4
 
SOUTHERN REGIONAL RADON TRAINING CENTER
217 Ramsey Hall, Auburn University, AL 36849
Telephone: 800-626-2703
mailto:carricj@auburn.edu    http://www.engce.auburn.edu/srrtc
Course: Radon Mitigation Continuing Education Credits: 8
Course: Radon Refresher Workshop Credits: 8
Course: *Radon/New Construction Credits: 3
Course: Kaarst Area Training Course Radon Measurement and Mitigators Credits: 8 each
Course: Advanced Diagnostics and System Training Design Credits: 16
Course: Livingston Special Housing Project Credits: 16
Course: Radon Mitigation & System Design in Large Buildings Workshop Credits: 16
Course: Inspecting Mitigation System During the Home Inspection Workshop Credits: 8
  
SPRUCE ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
P.O. Box 8244/3 Saber Way, Ward Hill, MA 01835
Telephone: 978-521-3703 Fax: 978-521-3964
training@spruce.com    http://www.spruce.com
Course: Advanced Mitigation:The Dreaded Crawl Space Credits: 2
Course: Choosing a Fan: Answers to Your FAQ's Credits: 8
Course: *Dave's Corner Credits: 1
Course: *EPA's Energy Star & IAQ Labeling Programs Credits: 4
Course: *Getting Past Radon Schizophrenia:How Did We get to Where We're Going? Credits: 4
Course: Inspecting the Radon Mitigation System Credits: 8
Course: Internet Marketing 101 Credits: 2
Course: *Marketing the Radon Message Credits: 4
Course: Mitigating Radon Credits: 24
Course: Mitigating Large Buildings Credits: 2
Course: *Opportunities & Risks of RRNC Credits: 1.5
Course: Radon in Water (Sampling & Treatment) Credits: 8
Course: *Radon in Water:Residential Sampling &
                Aeration Mitigation: Credits 3
Course: *Radon Resistant New Construction Credits: 4
Course: *Radon Ready New Construction:Guidance for New Buildings Credits: 4
Course: *Recession Proofing Your Radon Business Credits: 2
Course: Recession Proofing Your Radon Business Credits: 4
Course: *Troubleshooting Tough Homes Credits: 1.5
Course: Updating RRNC: From Where...ToWhere Credits: 4
Course: *Where's the Radon Coming From Credits: 1.5
Course: *Writing Contracts & Guarantees Credits: 2

STELLAR ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.
3748 N. Paulina Street, Chicago, IL 60613
Telephone: 773-525-0899
Course: Radon Mitigation Safety Training Credits: 4/8
 
THREE RIVERS ENVIRONMENTAL
Churubusco, IN
Telephone: 260-693-9855 mailto:threeriversenvironmental@yahoo.com
Course: Nuts & Bolts Measurement & Mitigation Credits: 4
Course: Weatherization&Radon Concentrations in Buildings Credits: 3
 
UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
229 Rock Ridge Road, Mount Pocono PA 18344
Telephone: 570-350-0799 Fax: 570-839-5304
mailto:phoule1@ptd.net www.uesinc.com
Course: *A Brief Overview of Radon Credits: 2
Course: *Backdraft Testing Credits: 3
Course: *Electrical Requirements for Radon Mitigation Systems Credits: 3
Course: *The EPA RMP Exam Review Course Credits: 8
Course: *EPA's Map of Radon Zones Credits: 3
Course: *Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide Credits: 3
Course: *Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide, text review Credits: 1
Course: *Introduction to Control Charts Credits: 3
Course: *Mitigation Efficiency Techniques Credits: 2
Course: *Mitigation Failure Modes Credits: 3
Course: *Radon in Water Credits: 3
Course: *Radon Measurement in Schools, revised Credits: 3
Course: *Radon Testing Equipment Review Credits: 6
Course: *Tampering by the Numbers Credits: 3
Course: *Tampering in the Radon Industry Credits: 3
Course: *The Citizen's Guide to Radon, text review Credits: 1
Course: *Very Fundamental Nuclear Physics Credits: 5
Course: *The Disposal of Granular Activated Charcoal Used for Treatment of Rn-222 in Well Water Credits: 2
 
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
2121 W. Taylor Street, MC 922, Chicago, IL 60612
Telephone: 312-996-2613 Fax: 312-413-7369
mailto:jzanoni@uic.edu
Course: UIC Illinois Radon Course on Mitigation Credits: 16
Course: *UIC Radon CE Course of Passive to Active Mitigation Systems Credits: 4
 
VSI ENVIRONMENTAL
27900 West Concrete Drive, Unit D, Lakemoor IL 60041
Telephone: 815-344-1100
mailto:radongas@earthlink.net
Course: *Radon: The Discovery Credits: 3
Course: Building Radon Out Credits: 3
 
WPB ENTERPRISES
2844 Slifer Valley Road, Riegelsville, PA 18077
Telephone: 610-346-8004 Fax: 610-346-8575
Course: *School Radon Mitigation Credits: 4
 
WESTERN REGIONAL RADON TRAINING CENTER
1420 Austin Bluffs, Colorado Springs CO 80912
Telephone: 800-513-8332 Fax: 719-632-9607
mailto:wrrtc@aol.com    http://www.wrrtc.com
Course: Protecting Your Home from Radon Credits: 16
Course: Radon Mitigation Challenges Credits: 4
Course: Radon Technology for Radon Mitigators Credits: 24

An asterisk (*) indicates course NRSB approved for off-site training