EPA / HUD / State Lead Based Paint Certification Training Classes
What is the RRP Lead Paint Certification?
The Initial EPA Lead Paint Certified Renovator or RRP Certification Class is a one day (8 hour) training program meeting both EPA and State requirements for contractors, property owners or managers and maintenance personnel who are involved in any activity that has the potential to disturb lead based paint. At the end of the class you will receive your EPA Lead Based Paint Certified Renovator Certificate.
The Refresher Lead Paint Certified Renovator or RRP Certification Class is for individuals who are currently certified and have a copy of their current (non-expired) certificate or card (the one with your picture). The refresher class is a 4-hour class that will bring you up to speed on the most current updates and most importantly, what’s working now in lead-safe renovation. Once again, you will be Certified at the end of the class.
Who Teaches the Class?
Commonly the EPA RRP Lead Certification Classes are taught by people with zero real-world experience. Most people who call themselves instructors have a background in safety, testing or are ex-government employees such as OSHA or EPA. That means they’ve never been out in the field and done the actual work.
However, all LeadClasses.com Instructors have been contractors with successful businesses. They have successfully completed thousands of these jobs out in the field. What that means to you is you will discover what really works from their real-world, boots-on-the-ground experience. This expertise will give you a huge advantage as you implement the required Lead Safe Work Practices in your day to day operations. In addition, we will give you the forms you need to dramatically simplify your record keeping and documentation while meeting all of the EPA requirements.
What this really means to you is you will be ready to do this work immediately after your class without losing your shirt because their expertise gives you a huge advantage as you implement the required Lead Safe Work Practices in your day to day operations. In addition, we will give you the forms you need to dramatically simplify your record keeping and documentation while meeting all of the EPA requirements.
The following topics will be covered:
- Lead Paint Hazards
- EPA Regulations, Violations and Fines
- Before Beginning Work
- Dust Containment During the Job
- Lead Safe Work Practices
- Clean-Up & Inspection of Job Site
- Record Keeping
- Training Non-Certified Workers
- Review Quiz
After successful completion of the entire course you will receive your EPA / HUD / State Lead Safe Certified Renovator RRP Certificate.
Please click on your closest city to see the schedule and class availability. If a city close to you is not listed or if you would like more information on scheduling personalized training for your company please Contact Us with your name, city and state and we will respond asap.
- Austin, TX
- Chicago, IL
- Dallas / Fort Worth, TX
- Denver, CO
- Houston, TX
- Nashville, TN
- Orlando, FL
- Phoenix, AZ
- Portland, OR / Vancouver, WA
- Pullman, WA / Moscow, ID
- San Antonio TX
- San Francisco Bay Area, CA
- Seattle / Tacoma, WA
- Spokane WA / Coeur d’Alene ID
- Tampa / St. Petersburg, FL
All of our Certified Lead Renovator RRP classes are held under the EnviroEd EPA & State accreditation.
All classes are final when you are registered & payment is made. If you cannot attend a class, given at least two weeks notice, we will work with you to reschedule you to a future class date pending availability and payment of a rescheduling fee however, all registration fees are final and non-refundable.
Am I Eligible to Take a Refresher Class?
Are you Currently Certified?
Have you taken the Lead Paint Certified Renovator Class within the last five years? If it has been more than five years or if it was any other Certification, including Abatement Worker or Supervisor, you are not eligible to take the Refresher Class and must take the Initial Class instead.
Do you have a copy of Your Certificate or Card?
You must have a copy of your original Certificate or Card from your last Initial Lead Paint Certified Renovator Class. If you do not have a copy, you must take the Initial Class over again.
Has it Expired?
If your Certification has expired, even by one day, the EPA and the States will require you to take the Initial Class over again.
Does it have Your Picture on it?
Your Certificate must have your name and your picture on it. It will also have a number that begins “R-I-“ If the Certificate only has your company name or has a number that begins with “NAT-“ you will need to find the one with your picture or take the Initial Class.
You will also need to bring a copy of your current, non-expired Certificate to the Class. If you have any questions please contact us.