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Lead Training Courses

Lead Worker – Initial – 24 hours

Price: $425.00 per person
Location: Our Location
Course Dates:

  • 1/17/2022 – 1/19/2022
  • 2/14/2022 – 2/16/2022
  • 3/7/2022 – 3/9/2022
  • 4/4/2022 – 4/6/2022

Course Time: 8:30am to 5:30pm

This State of Michigan accredited course is required if you want to perform lead abatement activities within State of Michigan, not including tribal lands. This three(3) day course will provide you with the fundamentals of performing lead abatement activities. Topics include characteristics and uses of lead based paint throughout history, health effects of lead, removal and containment methods, proper lead-safe cleaning procedures, personal protection equipment and use, respirator use as well as proper disposal of waste.

When you complete this course you must submit your certificate and pay the fees to State of Michigan as well as pass the State’s third party exam to obtain full certification. These steps need to be completed every three years.

Note: Michigan Law requires a licensed lead abatement supervisor be on site at all times when lead abatement work is performed.

Lead Worker – Refresher – 8 hours

Price: $135.00 per person
Location: Our Location

State of Michigan accredited course required every three ( 3) years to maintain certification. This 8 hour course refreshes your knowledge of the fundamentals of performing lead abatement work. This course will also assist you in keeping up to date with current changes in the industry and , new requirements and interpretation of Federal and State regulations.

When you complete this course you must submit your certificate and pay the fees to State of Michigan as well as pass the State’s third party exam to obtain full re-certification.

Note: Michigan Law requires a licensed lead abatement supervisor be on site at all times when lead abatement work is performed.

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Lead Abatement Supervisor – Initial – requires worker certification – 32 hours

Price: $525.00 per person
Location: Our Location
Course Dates: 

  • 1/17/2022 – 1/20/2022
  • 2/14/2022 – 2/17/2022
  • 3/7/2022 – 3/10/2022
  • 4/4/2022 – 4/7/2022

Course Time: 8:30am – 5:30pm

This State of Michigan accredited course is required for all contractors who wish to supervise lead abatement activities within the State of Michigan, not including tribal lands. The four day class teaches you the fundamentals of lead abatement activities including details in designing and managing lead abatement projects.  Topics include characteristics and uses of lead based paint throughout history, health effects of lead, removal and containment methods, proper lead-safe cleaning procedures, personal protection equipment and use, respirator use as well as proper disposal of waste, legal liabilities, insurance requirements, contractual issues, OSHA, EPA and State compliance documentation and environmental supervision and management techniques.

When you complete this course you must submit certificate, pay the fees, and pass state third party examination to become fully certified as a lead abatement supervisor. You must also be a certified lead abatement worker. These steps must be completed every three (3) years.

Note: Michigan Law requires a licensed lead abatement supervisor be on site at all times when lead abatement work is performed.

Lead Abatement Supervisor – Refresher – 8 hours

Price: $135.00 per person
Location: Our Location
Course Dates:

  • 1/21/2022
  • 2/3/2022
  • 3/15/2022
  • 4/8/2022

Course Time: 8:30am to 5:30pm

State of Michigan accredited course required of lead abatement supervisors every three (3) years. This 8 hour course refreshes your knowledge of the fundamentals of your supervisor roles. You will also receive up to date information regarding regulations, new requirements and interpretations of Federal and State regulations.

When you complete this course you must submit certificate, pay the fees, and pass state third party examination to renew your certification as a lead abatement supervisor. You must also be a certified lead abatement worker. These steps must be completed every three (3) years.

Note: Michigan Law requires a licensed lead abatement supervisor be on site at all times when lead abatement work is performed.

Lead Inspector – Initial – 24 hours

Price: $500.00 per person
Location: Our Location
Course Dates:

  • 1/24/2022 – 1/26/2022
  • 2/21/2022 – 2/24/2022
  • 3/21/2022 – 3/24/2022
  • 4/18/2022 – 4/21/2022

Course Time: 8:30am to 5:30pm

This State of Michigan accredited course is a requirement if you want to perform lead inspections within the State of Michigan, not including Tribal lands. This three (3) day course teaches you the basics of performing inspections. Topics  include characteristics and uses of lead-based paint, lead’s health effects, types of lead-based paint housing components, identification of other lead-containing materials in housing, x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis, paint chip and dust wipe sampling methods, clearance examination procedures, required documentation and report creation standards.

When you have completed this course, you must submit certificate and fees to the State of Michigan to obtain their State certification as lead inspectors, and pass a third party (State) certification exam.  State regulations require lead inspectors to undergo XRF manufacturer training prior to conducting XRF analysis. You must recertify every three (3) years.

Please Note: As per the Michigan Lead Abatement Act, any individual who wishes to test for lead-based paint must first become a licensed lead inspector.

Lead Inspector – Refresher – 8 hours

Price: $135.00 per person
Location: Our Location
Course Dates: 

  • 1/5/2022
  • 2/10/2022
  • 3/16/2022
  • 4/12/2022

Course Time: 8:30am to 5:30pm

This State of Michigan accredited course is required for all lead inspectors every 3 years to maintain their certification.  This one-day course will refresh attendees on the fundamentals of performing lead inspections within the State of Michigan, not including Tribal lands. Topics include characteristics and uses of lead-based paint, lead’s health effects, types of lead-based paint housing components, identification of other lead-containing materials in housing, x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis, paint chip and dust wipe sampling methodologies, clearance examination procedures, and required documentation and report creation standards.  Additionally, this course will assist attendees in keeping up with the current changes within the industry and new requirements from federal or state regulations.

When you completed this course, you must submit certificate and fees to the State of Michigan to renew their State certification as lead inspectors, and pass a third party (State) certification exam.  Further, State regulations require lead inspectors to undergo XRF manufacturer training prior to conducting XRF analysis.

Please Note: As per the Michigan Lead Abatement Act, any individual who wishes to test for lead-based paint in target housing and child-occupied facilities must maintain their State certification as a licensed lead inspector every 3 years.  

Lead Risk Assessor – Initial – 16 hours

Price: $350.00 per person
Location: Our Location
Course Dates:

  • 1/27/2022 – 1/28/2022
  • 2/24/2022 – 2/25/2022
  • 3/24/2022 – 3/25/2022
  • 4/21/2022 – 4/22/2022

Course Time: 8:30am – 5:30pm

This an State of Michigan accredited course for those who wish to perform lead risk assessments within the State of Michigan, not including Tribal lands. This course teaches the regulated process for determining the presence and type of lead-based paint hazards through topics that include reviewing and interpreting lead inspection data, detailed review of homes to identify potential lead-related hazards, thorough review of dust, soil, paint, and water sampling requirements, required methods of evaluating hazards and painted components in housing, developing strategies and recommendations to control lead-related hazards, and required documentation and report creation standards.

When you have completed this course you must submit certificate and fees to the State of Michigan to obtain their State certification as lead risk assessors, and pass a third party (State) certification exam. Applicants must first be currently accredited as a Lead Inspector in the State of Michigan. Applicants must be able to document either 1) at least a high school diploma or equivalent and 3 years of related experience in a construction or environmental trade or 2) an Associate’s degree and 2 years of related experience in a construction or environmental trade or 3) a Bachelor’s degree and 1 year experience in construction or environmental field.

Please Note: As per the Michigan Lead Abatement Act, any individual who wishes to test for lead-related hazards must first become a licensed lead inspector/risk assessor. Further, this same act requires that this certification be renewed every 3 years (see under Refresher training).  

Lead Risk Assessor – Refresher – 8 Hours

Price: $135.00 per person
Location: Our Location
Course Dates:

  • 1/6/2022
  • 2/11/2022
  • 3/17/2022
  • 4/11/2022

Course Time: 8:30am – 5:30pm

This State of Michigan accredited course is required for all lead risk assessors every 3 years to maintain their certification.  This one-day course will refresh attendees on the fundamentals of performing lead risk assessments within the State of Michigan, not including Tribal lands.  Topics include reviewing and interpreting lead inspection data, detailed review of homes to identify potential lead-related hazards, thorough review of dust, soil, paint, and water sampling requirements, required methodologies to evaluate hazards and painted components in housing, developing strategies and recommendations to control lead-related hazards, and required documentation and report creation standards.  Additionally, this course will assist attendees in keeping up with the current changes within the industry and new requirements from federal or state regulations.

When you complete this course, you must submit certificate and fees to the State of Michigan to renew their State certification as lead risk assessors, and pass a third party (State) certification exam.  Applicants must maintain current accreditation as a Lead Inspector in the State of Michigan.

Please Note: As per the Michigan Lead Abatement Act, any individual who wishes to test for lead-based paint must maintain their State certification as a licensed lead inspector every 3 years.