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We provide classroom and online radon programs that help prepare you to sit for national (NRPP, NRSB) or state radon measurement and mitigation certification exams and/or earn continuing education credits.

Online Radon Training Courses

Online Radon Training Courses
We are excited to announce that we offer online radon training courses! These self-paced online courses are designed to provide the continuing education credits you need to maintain your radon certification(s) without requiring you to travel to a classroom.

Rutgers Expert Instructor Bill Broadhead

Our Industry-Leading Instructors
Our instructors, including The Godfather of Radon Mitigation, are long-standing industry experts with decades of experience testing for and mitigating dangerous levels of radon. When they are not conducting these life-saving mitigation projects in residential, commercial or school buildings throughout the country and world, our expert instructors offer you first-hand experience and personalized attention to answer any and all of your questions.

Rutgers State of the Art Radon Mitigation Training Center

Our State-of-the-Art Facility for Hands-On Training
Built in August 2017, our cutting-edge radon mitigation training center allows us to show live demonstrations of air pressure/flow gauges, smoke tests, installing pipes, various fan models, meters and more. This hands-on training facility also allows our instructors to show how different diagnostic sub-slab pressure field extension testing is done.

Rutgers Historic Roots at Camp Kilmar Station

Our History
Founded in 1989, the Eastern Regional Radon Training Center (ERRTC) at Rutgers University is one of four Regional Radon Training Centers established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). For almost 25 years, ERRTC's service area ranged from Maine to West Virginia. In 2013, ERRTC began serving the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

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The Dangers of Radon Gas in Homes: 1-Minute Video

If you're new to the radon field, watch this video to learn why it's so important to test homes for radon. Or, if you're already working as a radon professional, share this video with potential customers to help educate them on the dangers of radon and the vital need for testing!