Radon Measurement Professional Initial Training Course

Welcome to InterNACHI's free, online "Radon Measurement Professional Initial Training Course."

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This free, online course is approved by NRPP, AARST, and IAC2. To become a NRPP Certified Radon Measurement Professional, you'll have to complete an approved course, pass the NRPP exam, and complete the NRPP application. Visit NRPP for details. View the approval

Goal:

The goal of this course is to train the student to become a certified radon measurement professional. Upon completion of this course, the student will be eligible to take the NRPP Measurement Professional Certification Exam.

Objectives:

After completing this course, the student will be able to:

  • Communicate with the client.
  • Communicate basic radon science.
  • Evaluate the test site.
  • Conduct and validate measurement data.
  • Perform a radon test. 
  • Keep records.
  • Report findings and make recommendations.
  • Manage a quality assurance & quality control program.
  • Oversee and train measurement technicians.

Course Includes:

  • 21.0 InterNACHI® CE credit hours
  • 63,619 words
  • 108 quiz questions in 14 quizzes
  • 100-question final exam
  • instant grading
  • downloadable, printable certificate of completion

You'll learn the following topics:

Communicate with the Client

  • communicate basic radon risks
  • explain required test protocols
  • describe the testing procedures for radon

Communicate Basic Radon Science

  • communicate health risks
  • describe the health effects of breathing radon
  • describe the physics of radon
  • communicate radon entry behavior
  • list the ways radon enters a home
  • recommend a testing approach

Evaluate the Test Site

  • determine the appropriate test protocol
  • recognize factors that could impact test results
  • inspect an existing mitigation system

Conduct and Validate Measurement Data

  • select appropriate test devices
  • assess radon measurement data
  • interpret site data

Perform a Radon Test

  • determine proper device placement locations
  • execute field quality control measures
  • follow protocols in real estate and non-real estate transactions
  • properly use passive and active devices

Keep Records

  • record radon test data
  • record site data necessary for test interpretation

Report Findings and Make Recommendations

  • prepare a proper test report
  • make follow-up recommendations
  • report site factors affecting radon test results

Manage a Quality Assurance & Quality Control Program

  • develop a quality assurance plan and a Standards of Practice
  • executive a quality assurance plan

Oversee and Train Measurement Technicians

  • determine work exposure
  • provide technician oversight

Operate in an Ethical & Professional Manner

  • comply with protocols and standards
  • observe ethical work practices
  • abide by a code of ethics
Radon Measurement Professional Initial Training Course
Course #4112
www.nachi.org/radon-measurement-professional-training-course
Student ActivityAssignmentEstimated clock hours for the average student
INSTRUCTION AND ACADEMIC ENGAGEMENTReading. The time is # of words in the course / 140 wpm. Divide by 50 minutes.63,619 words / 140 wpm = 454.4 minutes. 454.4 min / 50 min per hour = 9.0 hours

Answering Quiz Questions. The time is # of quiz questions * 1.85 mpq. Divide by 50 minutes.108 quiz questions * 1.85 = 199.8 minutes. 199.8 min / 50 = 3.9 hours

 Answering Final Exam Questions. The time is # of quiz questions * 1.85 mpq. Divide by 50 minutes.100 final exam questions * 1.85 = 185 minutes. 185 min / 50 = 3.7 hours
Total for Instruction and Academic Engagement
16.6 clock hours



PREPARATIONPreparation With the Course. The time is # of words in the course / 140 / 2. Divide by 50 minutes. 65,844 words / 140 / 2 = 235.2 minutes. 235.2 min / 50 = 4.7 hours
Total for Preparation
4.7 clock hours
Totals Combined
16.6 + 4.7 = 21.3 clock hours
CLOCK HOURS
CEU

21.0 CLOCK HOURS
2.1 CEU