Allow me to provide a bit of clarification. The National Environmental
Health Association (NEHA) is a not-for-profit, professional association
dedicated to the environmental health profession. In pursuit of it's
mission, which is "...to advance the environmental health and protection
professional for the purpose of providing a healthful environment for
all", NEHA offers a variety programs. Those programs include membership,
our Annual Education Conference (AEC) & Exhibition, the Journal of
Environmental Health, Research and Development, and Credentials. Our
credential program administers 8 national credentials, all of which
require continuing education to maintain. In addition NEHA provides
oversight to the National Environmental Health Association - National
Radon Proficiency Program (NEHA-NRPP). The NEHA-NRPP is administered
separate of NEHA proper.
has been approved as a NEHA Educational Member, which is a category of
membership open to educational institutions and in the case of InterNACHI
a provider of training.
One of the services NEHA provides is to pre-approve continuing education
coursework in environmental health. NEHA has approved two of InterNACHI
's Mold Inspection Course, and InterNACHI
Wood Destroying Organism's Inspection Course. For more information on
NEHA and pre-approved continuing education courses please visit www.neha.org
and click on
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Wed, Mar 13, 2013 11:47 am
I have contacted Angel Price and she stated that the InterNACHI
class meets all requirements for pre-licensing training. Upon
completion of the exam, please provide proof of course completion and
payment to be listed as a certified radon measurement provider. Please
feel free to call or email with questions.
National Radon Proficiency Program
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Subject: Radon Training
Date: Thu, February 21, 2013 9:16 am
I am aquiring about radon training classes to become a radon measurment service provider. I have completed the 16 hour InterNACHI
radon measurement training class. Your website does not list the InterNACHI
class but also states that the list of training providers is not
complete. Can you please advise on whether this class meets the
educational requirements of the NRPP.
I have attached a description of the coursework below.
I can be reached at 812-499-3838 or john@Evansville-Home-Inspector.com
with any and all comments.
Absolute Perfection Home Inspection, LLC