Liste Formations Continues de Cours

Liste des cours en éducation permanente
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Course Title: Radon Sniffers
Course ID#: C-NRPP 1023  

Course Description: This course reviewed current sniffers available and discussed use and purpose for using them, as well as some best practices on how to use the sniffer devices.

Provided by CNRTC and CARST
Website: https://www.cnrtc.ca/

Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 1


Course Title: Mitigator Round table - CARST2022
Course ID#: C-NRPP 1024  

Course Description: Roundtable description: A roundtable is a facilitated discussion that gives each participant the maximum amount of group input on a given subject of common interest in a short amount of time. You can find solutions to problems in your business that others have solved and hear about problems you haven’t faced yet but likely will in the future.

Provided by CNRTC and CARST
Website: https://www.carst.ca/

Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2


Course Title: Expert Tricks for perfect piping everytime
Course ID#: C-NRPP 1026  

Course Description: Colin will walk through how to install a perfect piping system for every mitigation. He will walk through tricks to help you make sure your mitigation system looks professional and help you save money.

Provided by CNRTC
Website: https://www.cnrtc.ca/

Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 2


Course Title: La dépressurisation
Course ID#: C-NRPP 1028  

Course Description: vidéo sur demande Inscrivez-vous au cours et vous recevrez un courriel avec un lien vers la vidéo enregistrée et un lien vers un quiz pour votre certificat de cours. 2 heures de crédits de formation continue Formateur: Marcel Brascoupé Plongez plus profondément dans la dépressurisation; comment cela peut arriver, comment s'en prémunir et vos responsabilités en tant que professionnel du radon. Enregistré le 30 avril 2021 pendant le congrès ACSTR 2021.

Provided by CARST/ACSTR
Website: https://carst.ca/event-4450443

Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom & Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2


Course Title: Lessons Learned: Marketing the Radon Message, Getting It Done Right: Ethics of Radon Practice, Some Surprises in Soil Gas Entry
Course ID#: CNRPP-1003  

Course Description: This course presents some expensive and difficult lessons learned in 30 years of radon practice in the States with effective solutions to avoid those mistakes. Included are approaches to 'Marketing the Radon Message' that build on research on how the human brain works in decision-making. Attendees will take away the tools to craft messages in ways that encourage action: testing and mitigation. 'Getting It Done Right' presents the tricky balance between business and life-saving that is the radon industry. This section of the course will give students a framework to help them balance those decisions. Finally, an introduction to some soil gas entry surprises faced by mitigators over the years will help students avoid the costly mistakes they’ve caused and encourage sound practice and job bidding.

Provided by Spruce
Website: http://sprucetraining.talentlms.com/catalog/info/id:124

Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4


Course Title: Conducting Radon Surveys in Schools & Large Buildings - Online Course
Course ID#: CNRPP-1008  

Course Description: This course, approved by the C-NRPP for 4 educational CE credits, expands the radon measurement professional's skills beyond testing residential structures to be able to take advantage of the expanding market of conducting surveys in large buildings such as schools and apartment buildings. Testing large buildings entails a lot more than taking using more test devices. It is necessary to be able to convey to the client why multiple locations need to be tested; be able to implement communication plans for occupants; and to understand special approaches to interpreting results to provide the best value to the client while shielding you from downstream liabilities. This course, recorded at a live classroom session at the National Radon Conference in Vancouver in April, 2015 deals with all of these issues and more. It also provides sample notices, log sheets and other tools you will need to fully implement a large survey. You will be able to watch and listen to the lecture as well as benefit from the poignant questions posed by the live audience, consisting of radon professionals just like you.

Provided by CRNTC/CERTI
Website: https://cnrtc.teachable.com/courses

Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom & Home Study
C.E. Credits: 4


Course Title: Radon: Train the Speaker Canada
Course ID#: CNRPP-1009  

Course Description: This four hour continuing education course as approved by the Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program will assist the radon professional in delivering meaningful presentations to homeowners, real estate professionals, home builders, lenders — you name it. Getting out and providing short presentations on radon is a great way to increase public awareness and a great way to present yourself as a radon professional to potential clients. However, there are some pitfalls that you can easily fall into, which is why this course can help you. With this course being recorded at the April 2015 National Radon Conference in Vancouver you will benefit from techniques that have proven successful by the instructor as well as interaction with radon professionals who participated in the session. You will learn some effective techniques, and will be provided with a set of PowerPoint slides which you can use as a foundation when delivering your programs.

Provided by CERTI/CNRTC
Website: https://cnrtc.teachable.com/courses

Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom & Home Study
C.E. Credits: 4


Course Title: Addressing Radon Decay Products - Another Tool in the Toolbox
Course ID#: CNRPP-1011  

Course Description: Addressing Radon Decay Products - Another Tool in the Toolbox It is well known that the mechanism by which radon exposure increases the potential of lung cancer is alpha release from the short-lived decay products of radon that can enter the lungs during respiration. It is also well known, or at least included in the in entry level exams, that the amount of these decay products available for respiration can vary due to air circulation rates, particulate levels, etc. (aka the equilibrium factor). This course will explore from a practical standpoint how radon decay products are measured as well as how RDP reduction can enhance soil gas remediation by reducing radon risks to very low levels.

Provided by CNRTC/CERTI
Website: https://cnrtc.teachable.com

Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 2


Course Title: Advance Diagnostics - Focus on Pressures and Airflow
Course ID#: CNRPP-1017  

Course Description:

Provided by Colin Dumais
Website: https://cnrtc.teachable.com/p/health-canada-s-sub-slab-depressurization-design-process

Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 2


Course Title: Health Canada's Sub-Slab Depressurization Design process
Course ID#: CNRPP-1021  

Course Description: This course will walk you through the design process for sub-slab depressurization as detailed in Health Canada's Reducing Radon Levels in Existing Homes: A Canadian Guide for Professional Contractors.

Provided by CNRTC
Website: https://cnrtc.teachable.com/courses

Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2


Course Title: Sub-Membrane Installation From Start To Finish
Course ID#: CNRPP-1022  

Course Description: Sub-Membrane Installation From Start To Finish

Provided by CNRTC
Website:

Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom & Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2


Course Title: New Opportunities for the Radon Professional -EPA's Energy Star & IAQ Labeling Programs
Course ID#: NRPP-106  

Course Description: Marketing using the connection between green and Energy Star programs and radon. This course is based on US content. Spruce Environmental

Provided by Spruce
Website: http://sprucetraining.talentlms.com/catalog/info/id:121

Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom & Home Study
C.E. Credits: 4


Course Title: (HS & CR) Writing The Contract and Guarantee
Course ID#: NRPP-114  

Course Description: Filmed before a live audience, risk management expert Al Everts outlines risk control and a sound contract and guarantee. NOTE: This is a US based course.

Provided by Spruce
Website: http://sprucetraining.talentlms.com/catalog/info/id:118

Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom & Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2


Course Title: (HS & CR) Where's The Radon Really Coming From?
Course ID#: NRPP-122  

Course Description: Radon experts discuss their mitigation experiences when granite, concrete and water were additional sources of radon.

Provided by Spruce
Website: http://sprucetraining.talentlms.com/catalog/info/id:120

Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom & Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2


Course Title: (HS) Recession Proofing Your Radon Business
Course ID#: NRPP-90  

Course Description: Filmed before a live audience, demonstrates application of management tools to ensure a recession-proof radon business including new markets to up-sell and cross-sell radon mitigation and indoor air quality systems and products. Provider: Spruce Environmental (800) 767-3703 3 Saber Way PO Box 8244 Ward Hill, MA 01835

Provided by Spruce
Website: http://sprucetraining.talentlms.com/catalog/info/id:119

Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 2


Course Title: Radon Measurement - Online Course
Course ID#: CNRPP-EL-4   (Entry-Level approved)

Course Description: Mr. Radon' Canadian Radon Measurement course adapted for Home Study - Understand what radon is and the health effects of radon - Know how radon enters a building and factors affecting concentration levels - Know about different radon measurement devices and how they work - Know the protocols used in testing residential and large public buildings - Understand Quality Control and Quality Assurance requirement - Understand the contribution of radon in water - Be familiar with the different radon reduction techniques (mitigation) Receive our official Certificate of Completion Be prepared and eligible to sit the C-NRPP Radon Measurement Certification Exam Proctored Exam is available upon completion of the course through the C-NRPP Exam Coordinator

Provided by Mr. Radon
Website: http://mr-radon.ca/radon-measurement-technician-online-training-course/

Applicable to: Measurement
Course Type: Home Study
C.E. Credits: 16


Course Title: Controler le radon dans les nouvelles constructions au Canada (CRNCC)
Course ID#: CNRPP-EL-8   (Entry-Level approved)

Course Description:

Provided by Marcel Brascoupe
Website:

Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
C.E. Credits: 4


Course Title: Controling Radon in New Canadian Homes (CRNCH) - Mr. Radon
Course ID#: CNRPP-EL-9   (Entry-Level approved)

Course Description: This course will provide instruction for building professionals best building practices, and Building Code compliance as it relates to radon. • Understand what radon is and the health effects of radon • Know how radon enters a building and factors affecting concentration levels • Be familiar with the different radon reduction techniques (mitigation) • Receive our official Certificate of Completion • Be prepared and eligible to sit the C-NRPP Radon CRNCH Certification Exam For those who are already certified for Measurement and/or Mitigation, you can use this both for a Continuing Education Course credits and to add CRNCH as a certification. NOTE: This will not provide you certification for full mitigation installation.

Provided by Bob Wood
Website: http://www.mr-radon.ca/controlling-radon-in-new-canadian-homes/

Applicable to: Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom & Home Study
C.E. Credits: 4