Eastern Regional Radon
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. To better serve the Southeast, ERRTC's team has expanded to include Jack Hughes and Jan Carrington, the popular instructor and administrative coordinator respectively, for the former Southern Regional Radon Training Center.
We provide classroom and home study 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.
Check Your State's Local Regulations for
To become certified as either a radon measurement or mitigation service provider, you must attend an entry level course, pass a certification exam and complete an application and return it to one of the National Certifying Boards (NRPP or NRSB) . Rutgers administers the National Radon Measurement and Mitigation Proficiency Certification Exams at the end of our nationally approved courses.
State Radon Certification:
It is important that you check your state's local regulations for certification requirements. Some states accept national certification, while other states (like New Jersey) require state certifications. Be sure to contact your state radon office for local certification requirements.
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