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Lead Renovator Certification   

This eight-hour initial certification course is required for any renovators without previous training to become a certified lead-safe contractor. Bring a pen, pencil, and paper; all other materials will be provided. The course concludes with a 25-question exam. Students should also bring lunch.

  • Lead Renovator Certification
  • CRN 34259
    Fee: $175.00
    Capacity Remaining: 17
    Dates: 7/19/2024 - 7/19/2024
    Times: 8:15 AM - 5:15 PM
    Days: F
    Sessions: 1
    Building: MVCC Construction & Trades
    Room: 121
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    These classes are required for all home improvement contractors, property management firms, handymen, landlords, or others compensated for renovations that disturb more than 6 sq. ft. (interior) and 20 sq. ft. (exterior) of paint or surface coating in pre-1978 housing, schools, or child-occupied facilities are required to obtain an EPA firm license and have their workers trained in lead-safe work practices. It also provides the knowledge and voluntary skills necessary for do-it-yourselfers who want to learn to do it safely – especially those with young children! Renovations firms must have at least one certified renovator who has completed training and obtain a firm certification from the EPA at a cost of $300. MVCC is offering these courses in partnership with the Oneida County Health Department and Environmental Education Associates (EEA), and these courses are accredited by the EPA and fulfill the requirements for lead safe training. EEA is a USEPA TSCA 402 accredited training provider.

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