3n1 - CILB, HI & MRS Continuing Education (Florida)
Strategic Alliance includes NORMI and Contractors ETC to provide CE Hours for Contractors, Home Inspectors and Mold Professionals in ONE location!
- CILB (Construction Industry Licensing Board) #PVD1103
- HI (Home Inspector Licensing Board) #PVD55
- MRS (Mold Related Services Board) #PVDR2
If you are licensed by CILB, HI or MRS in the State of Florida, you are required to take 14 hours of continuing education credits every two years (even years) to renew your license. This combination class provides three days of training that will give you the hours you need* (SEE NOTE BELOW) to renew your contractors, home inspectors and/or mold license(s) all in one location.
|DAY ONE "Integrity in Construction" 8:00am-8:30pm
(Course #0610574) Contractor ETC (Phil Stamatyades, Instructor)
II. Workplace Safety
III. Business Practices
IV. Workers Compensation
V. and much more...
|DAY TWO "Mold, SOP and IR Imaging" 8:00am-8:30pm
(Course #0000050) NORMI Senior Training Team
|VI. Introduction, Code of Ethics
VII. Mold Basics & Standards
VIII. NORMI Professional Practices
IX. Moisture Intrusion and Mapping
|DAY THREE 8:00am-4:30pm
(continuation of Course #0000050) NORMI Senior Training Team
|X. Moisture in Building/Contents
XI. HVAC Systems & Moisture
XII. Mold Sampling & Equipment
XIII. Writing Assessment Reports
XIV. Detecting Moisture w/IR Tools
Classes will be held throughout the State of Florida during the 2016 renewal period up to July 31, 2016
(NOTE FROM ABOVE) *The Home Inspectors Board, Miami-Dade and other governing agencies may require additional hours but those can be provided. Call Phil at 786.243.1060 for more detailed information.
Priced separately, this course is valued at $478 but special pricing is applied for the 2016 renewal cycle.
CE02 - Mold, SOP and IR (Thermal Imaging)
"Mold, SOP and IR (Thermal Imaging)"
Course #0000050 (ONSITE Class only)
14 Hours includes W/MI=6, M/MS=4, SOP=2, RW=2
This course has been specifically designed to meet the licensing renewal requirements for the Florida Mold Related Services Assessor (MRSA) and Florida Mold Related Services Remediator (MRSR).
This two-day course covers materials required to meet the statute in the areas of mold mycology, sources of moisture, report writing and the Florida Standards of Practice and includes specific
training on IR (Thermal Imaging) technology as it relates to moisture intrusion and identification. Students ARE NOT required to bring with them an IR camera but it is helpful to do so. Help with
purchasing a camera may be given to you through our IR Affiliate partners by calling Best Training School at 888.856.4803 (Discounts may be provided when you are an ACTIVE member of NORMI)
As an ONSITE class only, this class provides the following hours (M/MS=4; W/MI=6; RPT=2; SOP=2) NOTE: Please be advised that the option of activating your membership with NORMI (the
international trade association for mold professionals) will be discuss in some detail at each class).
NORMI, IICRC and ACAC give, in some cases, credit for these classes as CEUs toward their certifications. Because of the fluid nature of such credit, confirmation will be discussed in the
"Introduction" at the ONSITE course. Online courses do not carry such additional benefits.
At the ONSITE class a three-ring binder is provided as a Mold Assessor/Remediator manual which includes all of the slides discussed in the class and slides not discussed but pertinent to the
assessment and remediation processes. This booklet also includes the latest version of the Florida Standards of Practice. A special NORMI Certification for Moisture Thermography may be offered to
the student with additional online training or other criteria required for such certification. The three modules covered are as follows (some sections in more detail than others):
||I. Introduction, Code of Ethics
II. Mold Basics & Standards
III. NORMI Professional Practices
IV. Moisture Intrusion and Mapping
||V. Moisture in Building/Contents
VI. HVA Systems & Moisture
VII. Mold Sampling & Equipment
VIII. Writing Assessment Reports
IX. Detecting Moisture w/IR Tools
A WORD about Thermal Imaging Technology-"The reason we wanted to add this module is to better educate the student on how to utilize IR imaging technology to discern between insulation and
moisture, find suspect moisture and trace moisture intrusion for the purpose of writing or accomplishing a more successful regulated mold related services remediation project. This class has been
specifically designed for the MRSA or MRSR who desires to utilize the most advanced non-invasive diagnostic technology to make his/her job more effective and time efficient. We caution that all
IR technology be utilized in conjunction with standard moisture meter and moisture mapping to verify temperature anomalies," explains Doug Hoffman, Executive Director of NORMI (MRSA/MRSR)
The ONSITE schedule is posted on the left of the page under "Onsite Courses".