EPA Lead Certification offers conveniently located lead certification classes to meet your training needs. Each class complies with local, state and federal lead paint requirements. All classes are taught by approved instructors that are knowledgeable in the construction and renovation industry. That means you will not only gain detailed instruction of the course curriculum, but valuable insight in practical application!
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What is included in the class?
Each class is packed with valuable information and resources to help you work lead-safe. You will learn about lead-based paint and the probability of your projects being affected by it. You will gain information on how to test paint and other coated surfaces using a variety of testing methods. You will learn how to build a containment to prevent the spread of contaminated dust and how to work lead-safe during your work activity. You will understand how to properly clean using specialized processes and equipment. Finally, you will know how to test and verify your work area is clean before turning back over to the property owner. Training is partially classroom instruction and hands-on practical exercises.
When and where are classes available?
Find thousands of classes through EPA Lead Certification. There are locally provided classes going on in your area right now! Click on your state below and find the next available class that is conveniently located near you. Class size is limited by State and Federal regulations. Don’t let the class you need fill up. Be sure to register early to reserve your spot!
How long does it take to get a Lead Certificate?
You can get certified in 1 day! That’s right! GET CERTIFIED IN ONLY 1 DAY! The Lead Renovator Certification Initial Course is 8-hours in length. Attend and successfully complete the course and you will receive your certificate that is valid for 5 years. Some states have shorter validation periods. If you are already certified, please remember to attend a refresher course before your expiration date. The EPA requires you to renew while your certificate is valid.
Do I need a Lead-Safe Firm Certificate?
You will need to obtain a company EPA Firm Certificate before you begin work. Click on your state below to find out how to apply for yours today.
How can I get Certified?
Getting Lead Certification is easy! Just click on the state where you would like to attend a class. You will find classes offered at many locations to make it convenient for you! Classes fill fast! Register early to make sure you get your certification when you need it!