EPA Approved Training Provider

Who needs to be

Certified?

As of April 22, 2010 all contractors, firms and technicians working in homes, schools, and child occupied facilities built prior to 1978 must be trained, certified, and meet all Lead Safe Work Practices requirements. This includes General Contractors, Sub-Contractors, Rental Property Owners, Managers, & Maintenance Workers performing common practices including sanding, scraping, demolition and cutting MUST be trained and certified.

How do I become a

Certified Renovator?

Our eight hour Lead Certification course will teach you how to comply with the RRP rule and the HUD Lead Safe Housing Rule and how to integrate safe and effective work practices into your renovations. The Certified Lead Renovator course is a training program meeting all State and EPA requirements for contractors, property owners, managers and maintenance personnel who are involved in any activity that has the potential to disturb lead based paint.

How do I stay compliant

with my Certification?

The Initial Lead Certification course is effective for a five year period from the date that it is completed in class. You will need to renew this certification prior to the expiration date on your certificate by enrolling in a Refresher Lead Certification course. This four hour refresher course can be completed by attending another in-person class with hands-on training for a recertification period of five years or online without hand-on training for a recertification period of three years.
DID YOU KNOW? You cannot even bid on a project for a    residential property or child-occupied facility built before 1978 unless you are a RRP Certified Renovator. Complete 6 hours Online and  2 hours in the Classroom!*
* The student must complete the online portion of the class prior to attending the in-person session.
EPA's renovation program applies to all states, tribes and territories where EPA has not specifically provided authorization for that state, tribe or territory to operate the program themselves.  The following states are authorized to administer their own RRP programs in lieu of the federal program. Note: If you work in more than one state, you may need both EPA and state certification. Contractors working in the following states ARE    NOT able to take this training: Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, or in the Bois Forte Tribe.
EPA Approved Training Provider

Who needs to be Certified?

As of April 22, 2010 all contractors, firms and technicians working in homes, schools, and child occupied facilities built prior to 1978 must be trained, certified, and meet all Lead Safe Work Practices requirements. This includes General Contractors, Sub-Contractors, Rental Property Owners, Managers, & Maintenance Workers performing common practices including sanding, scraping, demolition and cutting MUST be trained and certified.

How do I become a Certified

Renovator?

Our eight hour Lead Certification course will teach you how to comply with the RRP rule and the HUD Lead Safe Housing Rule and how to integrate safe and effective work practices into your renovations. The Certified Lead Renovator course is a training program meeting all State and EPA requirements for contractors, property owners, managers and maintenance personnel who are involved in any activity that has the potential to disturb lead based paint.

How do I stay compliant with my

Certification?

The Initial Lead Certification course is effective for a five year period from the date that it is completed in class. You will need to renew this certification prior to the expiration date on your certificate by enrolling in a Refresher Lead Certification course. This four hour refresher course can be completed by attending another in-person class with hands-on training for a recertification period of five years or online without hand-on training for a recertification period of three years.
DID YOU KNOW? You cannot even bid on a project for a    residential property or child-occupied facility built before 1978 unless you are a RRP Certified Renovator. Complete 6 hours Online and  2 hours in the Classroom!*
* The student must complete the online portion of the class prior to attending the in-person session.

COURSE TUITION

Eight Hour Initial Course - $175.00 (*Grand Rapids is $189.00) The course tuition covers enrollment fee and all materials for the class.

SCHEDULE

Location

Date

Day

Time

CANTON

06/02/2020

Tuesday

10:00A - 12:00P

5820 N. Canton Center Road, Ste 110, Canton, MI 48187 map

YPSILANTI

06/02/2020

Tuesday

10:00A -12:00P

1486 Washtenaw Avenue, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 map

CANTON

06/03/2020

Wednesday

10:00A - 12:00P

5820 N. Canton Center Road, Ste 110, Canton, MI 48187 map

YPSILANTI

06/03/2020

Wednesday

10:00A - 12:00P

1486 Washtenaw Avenue, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 map

GRAND RAPIDS*

06/04/2020

Thursday

10:00A - 12:00P

4155 28th Street Southeast, Grand Rapids, MI 49512 map

CANTON

06/16/2020

Tuesday

10:00A - 12:00P

5820 N. Canton Center Road, Ste 110, Canton, MI 48187 map

YPSILANTI

06/16/2020

Tuesday

10:00A - 12:00P

1486 Washtenaw Avenue, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 map

GRAND RAPIDS*

06/18/2020

Thursday

10:00A - 12:00P

4155 28th Street Southeast, Grand Rapids, MI 49512 map

CANTON

06/23/2020

Tuesday

10:00A - 12:00P

5820 N. Canton Center Road, Ste 110, Canton, MI 48187 map
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EPA's renovation program applies to all states, tribes and territories where EPA has not specifically provided authorization for that state, tribe or territory to operate the program themselves.  The following states are authorized to administer their own RRP programs in lieu of the federal program. Note: If you work in more than one state, you may need both EPA and state certification. Contractors working in the following states ARE NOT able to take this training: Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, or in the Bois Forte Tribe.
EPA Approved Training Provider

DID YOU KNOW? You cannot

even bid on a project for a

residential property or child-

occupied facility built before

1978 unless you are a RRP

Certified Renovator.

Location

Date

Day

Time

CANTON

06/02/2020

Tues 10:00A - 12:00P

5820 N. Canton Center Road, Ste 110, Canton, MI 48187 map

YPSILANTI

06/02/2020

Tues 10:00A - 12:00P

1486 Washtenaw Avenue, Ypsilanti, MI 48197

map

CANTON

06/03/2020

Wed

10:00A - 12:00P

5820 N. Canton Center Road, Ste 110, Canton, MI 48187 map

YPSILANTI

06/03/2020

Wed 10:00A - 12:00P

1486 Washtenaw Avenue, Ypsilanti, MI 48197

map

GRAND RAPIDS* 06/04/2020 Thurs 10:00A - 12:00P 4155 28th Street Southeast , Grand Rapids, MI 49512 map

CANTON

06/16/2020

Tues 10:00A - 12:00P

5820 N. Canton Center Road, Ste 110, Canton, MI 48187 map

YPSILANTI

06/16/2020

Tues 10:00A - 12:00P

1486 Washtenaw Avenue, Ypsilanti, MI 48197

map

GRAND RAPIDS* 06/18/2020 Thurs 10:00A - 12:00P 4155 28th Street Southeast , Grand Rapids, MI 49512 map

CANTON

06/23/2020

Tues 10:00A - 12:00P

5820 N. Canton Center Road, Ste 110, Canton, MI 48187 map
Eight Hour Initial Course $175.00 (*Grand Rapids is $189.00) The course tuition covers enrollment fee and all materials for the class.

COURSE TUITION

SCHEDULE

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 Complete 6 Hours Online and  2 Hours in the Classroom!*
* The student must complete the online portion of the class prior to attending the in-person session.
EPA's renovation program applies to all states, tribes and territories where EPA has not specifically provided authorization for that state, tribe or territory to operate the program themselves.  The following states are authorized to administer their own RRP programs in lieu of the federal program. Note: If you work in more than one state, you may need both EPA and state certification. Contractors working in the following states ARE     NOT able to take this training: Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, or in the Bois Forte Tribe.