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Radon Post License Mastery Practicum-Webinar

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Next Class Date: March 16th 2:00p-5:00p

RADON POST LICENSE MASTERY Practicum
Pay for the class – No charge for the practicum!
This practicum is the classroom portion of Radon 105, 301, and/or 500. This perfect a combination of 3 Mastery-level classes and is perfect for all radon measurement and mitigation professionals who want to master radon entry, behavior, and data analysis to determine the validity of the radon measurement. Mitigation professionals will

Any student enrolled in any of the 3 classes listed below may attend. You CE will be generated from each individual course in which you are enrolled.

Radon 301: Radon Measurement Mastery [Practicum] [8 CE] Enroll Here.
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Radon 500: Analyzing & Interpreting Radon Data [2 CE] Enroll Here.
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Radon 105: Preventing & Detecting Spikes [1 CE] Enroll Here.

Description

RADON POST LICENSE MASTERY CE DAY – HYBRID

This Mastery class is a combination of 3 Mastery-level classes and is perfect for all radon measurement and mitigation professionals. Any student enrolled in any of the 3 classes listed below may attend.

Radon 301: Radon Measurement Mastery [Practicum] [8 CE] Enroll Here.
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Radon 500: Analyzing & Interpreting Radon Data [2 CE] Enroll Here.
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Radon 105: Preventing & Detecting Spikes [1 CE] Enroll Here.

IMPORTANT

  1. Students who have previously taken any of the 3 classes listed above may attend the live webinar at no charge.
  2. ALL Students must complete the online module of the class for which CE is needed, and successfully pass the online exam for each class in order to receive a Certificate of Completion. The combination of online work plus live classroom/webinar attendance far exceeds the required hours.
  3. Students will only receive CE credit for the online classes in which you are enrolled.

DESCRIPTION:
The ability to analyze and interpret radon data is a component of radon mastery that sets apart the professional from the amateur. Scrutinizing test conditions and troubleshooting potential interference is part of the quality assurance program that all radon testers must diligently adhere to. In this class, we will also explore ways to prevent and detect false radon results by assessing  weather conditions, mechanical appliances, occupancy/activity, and other common disruptions to the radon measurement period.

In our unique ‘flipped classroom’, students participate in the best way for adults to learn! First, interact with the reading and presentation material in our online classroom to establish a baseline understanding for all students. Then,  come to class for lively discussion and analysis of radon data, weather conditions, and other factors that impact radon levels.