NORMI Announces Q2 Training Calendar for Onsite Classes

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ABITA SPRINGS, La.—March 8, 2022—The National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspectors (NORMI) has released its second-quarter onsite class schedule for April, May, and June 2022. The full NORMI training lineup offers courses across four states for professionals seeking credentials in mold assessment and remediation, odor abatement, environmental allergen assessment, IAQ assessment, and more.

NORMI is an approved training provider in all states that require mold licensing and re-certification. These states are Florida, Louisiana, Texas, New York, and Washington, D.C. In other states with no mold licensing requirements, NORMI certifications give IAQ professionals a way to verify to customers that they have completed the appropriate industry training and are properly trained in mold assessment, mold remediation, mold guidelines and standards of practice, sanitizing, and/or other IAQ subspecialties.

In addition to professional IAQ training and certifying services, NORMI provides weekly ongoing support for members and bulk purchasing benefits to reduce the cost of equipment and supplies.

NCEAA

April 1-2 | Johnson City, Tenn. | Doug Hoffman, Ex. Director

This new certification is an entry level sampling and inspection training that carries the credibility of a NORMI™ Certified Environmental Allergen Assessor.

CMACMR (Spanish)

April 4-6 | Treasure Island, Fla. | Alvaro “Moe” Zuluaga

This basic licensing class for assessors/remediators is designed to meet licensing law requirements for Florida, Louisiana, Washington D.C., and all non-licensed states. Proctored exam offered in Spanish and English.

CMAT

April 9 | Cincinnati, Ohio | Doug Hoffman, Ex. Director

This course is designed for restoration/remediation contractors who need to better understand the assessment process for pre-, interim, and PRE (post-remediation evaluation) and carries the credibility of a NORMI™ Certified Mold Assessment Technician.

CMACMR

April 12-14 | NORMIPro™ Academy | Alvaro “Moe” Zuluaga

This basic licensing class for assessors/remediators is designed to meet licensing law requirements for Florida, Louisiana, Washington D.C., and all non-licensed states.  Proctored exam offered in English and Spanish.

COAS

April 21-22 | NORMIPro™ Academy | Louis Adams

Advanced class on odor abatement and better understanding the pros and cons of ozone, hydroxyls and PCO technology which carries the credibility of a NORMI™ Certified Odor Abatement Specialist.

NCRSI 

May 24-25 | NORMIPro™ Academy | Michael Pinto and Doug Hoffman

Advanced assessor/remediator training for those who want to understand better how to deal with multiple chemical sensitivities and environmentally sensitive clients, which carries the credibility of a NORMI™ Certified Remediators for Sensitized Individuals.  This course also simulcast over ZOOM.

ISSS 

June 2-3 | NORMIPro™ Academy | Doug Hoffman, Ex. Director

Advanced class for assessors on how to develop a sampling strategy, understand the newest sampling techniques and providing solutions to fulfill the solution-based assessment concept.  This course also simulcast over ZOOM.

CAIA

September 13-15 | New Orleans, La. | Doug Hoffman and Lance Eisen

Certified Advanced IAQ Assessor course which features onsite, hands-on assessment of two properties and learning how to develop the NORMIPro™ business model for more financial stability.

NOTE:  NORMI™ may make available a structured payment option to make some courses more affordable.

For more information and to register for NORMI training sessions, visit www.Events.NORMI.org or call 888.856.4803 x 8000.

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