10/1/18 Radiation Data Lab License suspended for 90 days
Click HERE for a list of NJ DEP approved labs that you can affiliate with in order to continue providing radon testing to your clients.
The next Radon Refresher is scheduled for :
November 29th, 2018 in Little Falls, NJ
Course Name: Inspecting the Radon Mitigation System with Home Inspection
AARST Course ID#: RADATA-200
Applicable to: Measurement & Mitigation
Course Type: Classroom
NJDEP C.E. Credits: 4
Course Description: This course is intended for NJ Home Inspectors renewing a NJ MET certification.
This course provides information about properly installed radon mitigation systems, along with an overview of radon, radon entry and behavior, standard radon mitigation methods, available system checklists from national programs and regulatory states, and lots of examples of what and what not to do!
More Info / Additional ways to obtain your NJDEP Radon CEUs:
In 2016, certification and re-certification for radon measurement technician (MET) licensing was subcontracted by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection Radon Section to a third party, AARST-NRPP.
If you need your NJDEP Radon CEUs before the next scheduled NJ NACHI class you can take an AARST-NRPP approved online courses:
Included in the AARST-NRPP approved list of courses are online, at-home and in-person classes given by the Eastern Regional Radon Training Center here in New Jersey. Here is the direct link to the ERRTC course list at Rutgers:
According to the NJDEP Radon Section: Any NRPP approved course listed under measurement or mitigation – classroom, web based or home study – can be used for New Jersey re-certification. Professionals may choose to take more than one course to meet their 4 hour CE requirement.
Also keep in mind that the NJDEP prefers they receive your application at least 30 days prior to your expiration date, to allow for review, approval, printing and mailing of the new license.