16 Hours — For those who conduct risk assessments, hazard evaluation, and clearance examinations in target housing and child-occupied facilities, as well as those conducted elevated blood level investigations. Includes HUD protocol and practices for risk assessment, hazard screen, bypass hazard identification and re-assessment.
You may begin work immediately after receiving a your completion certificate from an initial training course. This certificate serves as interim certification for six months following completion of training.
You must complete the EPA application process, including the third-party exam (if required for your discipline) within six months after completing your course – in other words, before the expiration date of your interim certification.
Must have attended lead inspector initial training as a prerequisite. Please visit the EPA’s website for Additional Requirements for Education, Experience and Training by Discipline.