“Many of our classes qualify for continuing education for a variety of state licenses and organizations. IICRC, for instance, issues credit for most of our classes as do many of the states for their contractor licenses (Home Inspectors, General Contractors, HVAC Contractors, etc.). If we haven’t specifically identified an entity where these classes might receive credits, please don’t assume they won’t. Many of our members have taken documentation from a NORMI course and received CEUs, REs or CECs with organizations of which we’ve never heard.”
Doug Hoffman, Executive Director of NORMI
Many of these classes are offered at NO CHARGE to active members. When offered at no charge, these courses are provided through a LIVE ONLINE format in their regularly scheduled Tuesday night training. All other offerings have associated fees to cover materials, logistics and trainer costs. For more detailed information, contact NORMI at 877.251.2296 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
LIVE ONLINE COURSES
CEU classes CEFL03 through CEFL11 are FREE to active NORMI members.
For membership information, visit NORMI.org.
These classes, approved by the State of Florida Mold Related Services Board are provided under the PVDR2 #0003605 approved provider number but the individual course numbers are provided at each class because different numbers are given for different formats. In this case, the numbers provided here, where identified, are given as ONSITE course numbers. LIVE ONLINE formats are given a different approval number.
NORMI (National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspector www.NORMI.org) has been approved as a training provider for the State of Florida MRS Board (Provider #0003605) to offer continuing education courses approved for license renewal. When a course is listed here it has been approved for continuing education credits in accordance with Rule 61G6-9.012(3), Florida Administrative Code.
Once completing the course, NORMI automatically submits your attendance record to the State of Florida through its online reporting portal – there is nothing further for you to do except attend.
To verify the number hours through the State of Florida:
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- For “Requirement” SELECT Report Writing (or any of the four requirements)
- For “Course Type” SELECT Classroom
- For “Provider Name” TYPE NORMI
- CLICK “Search”
- When you receive results CLICK ON “Provider Information” INFO button and see the details of the class, including ALL 14 CEU hours it includes.
CLASSES THAT QUALIfY FOR CE CREDITS
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This is a two (2) day onsite course that includes training in the areas of mold, moisture and Standards of Practice. It is usually paired with the initial three-day training as the first two days and covers the basic materials dealing with mold, how it grows, how it affects our health, moisture and moisture intrusion, and Standards of Practice. Onsite Course #0000090
This is a two (2) day onsite course that includes training in the areas of mold, moisture and IR/Thermal Imaging. It is usually paired with the initial three-day training as the first two days and covers the basic materials dealing with mold, how it grows, how it affects our health, moisture and moisture intrusion, and Thermal Imaging. For a detailed review of the tick-tock (schedule) for this class, see our NCMA/NCMR or MRSA/MRSR schedules. Onsite Course #0000050.
Many assessors struggle with writing a legible remediation protocol that guides the remediator through either the sanitization or remediation project. This four (4) hours CEU course is a great stand-alone course for those who wish to learn how to write effective and easy to use remediation protocol. In a desktop setting, the student is taught how to create a remediation protocol template using MSWord, the IICRC S-520, NY City Guidelines and the NORMI Professional Practices. This generic Mold Remediation Protocol (MRP) can then be easily modified to fit any project, small or large. Once completed, the student may apply for NORMI certification based on specific criteria and under separate cover. Onsite #0000329. Online Live #0000333.
Much has been written about the health concerns connected with mold and other IAQ contaminants. This one (1) hour CEU course details some of the physical reactions associated with mold and highlights the importance of protecting the occupants and workers from mold exposures. The information contained in this class is provided with backup documentation gives a clear understanding of how mold may affect our health. Onsite #0000271. Online Live #0000330.
It is the responsibility of the remediation contractors, technicians and mold workers to protect themselves and the occupants from mold contamination in indoor environments. This one (1) hour CEU course emphasizes the importance of avoiding scare tactics while incorporating good solid documented information and practices that will protect the public during and after a mold project. Onsite #0000273. Online Live #0000331.
The mold profession training often lacks details and approved standards but utilizes a host of materials to create guidelines for best practices. This three (3) hour takes the student through the standard guidelines and library resource generally used for mold assessment and remediation with specific emphasis on the insurable NORMI Professional Practices as it becomes an integral part of any mold sanitization or remediation process. Onsite #0000272. Online Live #0000328.
Having a clear system for practicing remediation gives confident to the contractor and the workers that projects will go smoothly resulting in consistent outcome. This four (4) hour CEU course introduces the “NORMI 30 Steps to Successful Remediation”, a checklist to govern all remediation projects whether small or large. Based on industry standards including the IICRC S-520 and NORMI Professional Practices this is one of the most practical courses on remediation offered to mold assessors, remediation contractors and mold technician/workers on the market today. Onsite #0000274. Online Live #0000275.
Many assessors struggle with writing the assessment report because it requires a clear understanding of all the pieces of a big puzzle, how to organize the information and draw conclusions in a clear, concise report. This four (4) hour CEU course is a great stand-alone course for those who wish to learn how to write effective report which interprets, for the client, the information collected during the assessment process. In a desktop setting, the student is taught how to create a Mold Assessment Report (MAR) using MSWord. This generic report template can then be easily modified for future projects saving time and energy in the process. Onsite #0000278. Online Live #0000277.
Lacking in the industry has been clear, insurable best practices for the assessment side of the profession. This one (1) hour CEU course takes the student through the NORMI Professional Practices so the he/she will understand how to utilize this resource in bids, proposals and reports to shift liability from his/her shoulders and create a consistent system by which all assessments processed. Onsite #0000282. Online Live #0000281.
Lacking in the industry has been clear, insurable best practices for the remediation side of the profession. This one (1) hour CEU course takes the student through the NORMI Professional Practices so the he/she will understand how to utilize this resource in completing successful sanitization and remediation projects using insurable practices. These professional practices complement existing practices whether those practices are based on NY City Guidelines or IICRC S-520. Onsite #0000283. Online Live #0000280.
Understanding the mold licensing law as it applies to mold professionals in Florida is critical to protecting yourself from downside litigation. This one (1) hour CEU course takes the student through the Florida Mold Licensing Law Chapter 468. This class is a practical discussion of the implications of the licensing law and how it impacts your business. Onsite #0000284. Online Live #0000284.
The Water Damage Prevention Technician course is designed to teach restoration personnel that perform remediation work to give them a better concept of water damage, it’s effects and techniques for drying of structures. This course will give residential and commercial maintenance personnel the background to understand the procedures necessary to deal with water losses, sewer backflows, and contamination such as mold. (14 Hours of Florida CEUs) Onsite #0000286.
NORMI is introducing this much anticipated and requested course for those who have had NCMA/MRSA training and want to gain CEUs and/or work toward a new and advanced assessment certification. This core 14 hour course will fulfill FL CEU requirements for MRSA or MRSR licensees. It is also the core requirement for a brand new NORMI certification. (Additional coursework required). Set yourself apart from your competition! Onsite #0000302.
- Advanced Assessment Process
- Advanced Sampling and Sampling Strategies
- HVAC Non-Invasive Microbial Investigations
- Mold-Sensitized and Environmentally Sensitive Occupant Assessment and Remediation Plan Strategies
- New NORMI Professional Practices Updates for Sensitive Occupants
- New Lab Interpretation Strategies for Sensitive Occupants
- Detailed Lab Report reviews and analysis
- Legionella Sampling and Management Procedures
- New assessment and remediation innovations and tools
- Interactive assessment process hands-on
14 Hours includes W/MI=4, M/MS=2, SOP=8
NORMI™ introduces this 14 hour course built around how to eliminate and manage malodors. During the remediation process and after, odors can be problematic for much of the population so understanding where these odors come from and how to eliminate them with current technologies is a must. Onsite #0000332.
Introduction and welcome – The purpose of this class is to educate mold remediators on the proper removal and disposal of lead contaminated mold-infected construction materials. When pre-1978 homes are under consideration, special circumstances require that the remediator be properly trained in the removal of materials. This class includes instruction through video and hands-on training that equips the licensed mold assessor to write appropriate protocol and remediators to do the proper job.
- Module 1: Why Should I Be Concerned – This section helps the mold professional understand the unique circumstances surrounding pre-1978 homes. Understanding the health issues related to this subject is critical to create the proper containment and disposal of contaminated materials.
- Module 2: Regulations – There are two set of guidelines that govern such projects and this section discusses both. The EPA RRP guidelines specifically deal with lead contaminated construction materials while the NORMI Professional Practices provides insured best practices for the safe removal and disposal of such materials.
- Module 3-4: Before Beginning Work & Containing Dust During Work – Hands-on training will allow the student to actually build containment and better understand the importance of isolating critical barriers. The section will also include the explanation and demonstration of negative air machines and air scrubbing as they impact the engineering controls required for proper containment.
- Module 5: Controlling Dust – During the gross demolition process, the control of particulate is critical to creating a successful PRV. In this section we will demonstrate, and the student will participate in, the proper disposal techniques and maintaining containment throughout the project incorporating negative air and proper air scrubbing.
- Module 6: Cleaning Activities and Checking Your Work – Cleaning the surfaces requiring a much higher level of detail surfacing cleaning than the standard mold remediation project. More like dealing with high-risk occupants, the remediation process requires a different kind of protocol and PRV standard. Interim inspections are required throughout the process and so checking your work is discuss in some detail.
- Module 7: Recordkeeping – The mold project where lead is involved must be documented in a very specific way to protect the assessor, remediator, employees and occupants from potential downside litigation. This section discusses that process. This section further discusses the importance of having the remediator’s work-force properly trained in this critical process.
Quiz/Certification – To receive a certification for this level of remediation, the student will take a short thirty (30) question quiz and, once passed, receive a certification for the removal of lead during a mold project.