News About Upcoming Training Course
Detroit, MI -
The NAMP World Headquarters will host the next edition of our mold course on Nov 02-04.
Nov 02-04, Detroit, MI (space available)
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► register for the mold seminar NOW!
Additional future dates are being planned for all locations.
- Private Mold Inspection and Remediation Training is now available. ► more info.
||The National Association of Mold
Professionals is a non-profit organization that was established with the
goal of developing and promoting the Mold Inspection and
Remediation industry. NAMP is America’s oldest and largest Mold Association.
||To that end, NAMP has developed a
training and certification program to provide education and
authoritative credentials for Mold Professionals. The NAMP Certification Course is
America’s oldest and most respected certification course.
||NAMP also has an
ongoing agenda of promotional activities designed to educate the public,
and to instill the value of performing certified mold inspections as a
perfunctory part of real estate transactions, after structures have been
damaged by water, and any time health issues have become a concern.
||The NAMP Mold Inspection and Remediation course has been approved for the following:
- National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI) - 16 CEUs
- The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning & Restoration Certification (IICRC) - 1 CEC
- ASHI® - 2 Membership Renewal Credits.
- The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI) - 16 CEUs
- State of Tennessee Home Inspector Licensing - 16 Hours CPE
- State of Louisiana Mold Remediation Licensing - 24 Hours
(call for availability of 3rd day)
Certified Mold Inspectors and Remediators
consistently earn the highest income in the industry. Apply for NAMP Membership.
Who Takes Our Course?
Anyone who comes into contact with mold may benefit from our
course. These individuals include home inspectors,
builders, remodelers, plumbers, electricians, HVAC contractors,
pest control contractors, carpet cleaners, fire, flood and water
restoration contractors, house designers, architects and
What Are the Benefits of
What Is the NAMP Code of Conduct?
When is the NAMP Certification Course Offered?
Who Teaches Our Course?
Who Has Taken Our Course
How Do I Contact NAMP?
To promote excellence and professionalism
in the Mold Inspection and Remediation industry; to provide standards of
practice and a code of ethics; to educate our members; and to inform the
public of the benefits and scope of a professional mold inspection
Don't be taken in by misleading claims
from disreputable teaching organizations. Before you invest your
money, investigate the credentials of the institution and the teaching
Click here to view our complete
Advisory To The Public
"Hello, I wanted to thank you for a truly informative training seminar. It
rivaled some of the best E.P.A. training I have ever received.
The information was concise, to the point and very detailed. There can be no
better course in the Industry. I am pleased to be a member of such a cutting
edge group of professionals who truly care about people and doing the job
right, thank you again."
--Larry D. Riggs, Florida
(Former Federal Agent/Inspector, United States Environmental Protection Agency)