Presented by: Marcel Brascoupe
C-NRPP Certified Radon Mitigation Specialist
(The Radon Measurement Course is a Pre-Requisite to the Course)
This 3-day course will cover topics related to Health Canada’s Guidelines for Reducing Radon Levels in Existing Homes: A Canadian Guide for Professional Contractors. As well as design, installation, and trouble-shooting of radon mitigation systems and includes worker health and safety and will prepare participants for preparation for the C-NRPP certification exam.
Radon Mitigation Professional – A professional who interprets radon test results, determines the most effective way to manage radon concentrations within buildings and is trained in diagnostic testing and the design and/or installation of radon mitigation systems.
Upon full attendance at this workshop the participant will be invited to write an exam (not included in price) and upon successful completion of the exam should be eligible to obtain C-NRPP Radon Mitigation Professional Certification.
Course Objectives & Benefits:
This course is essential for those who desire to reduce and manage radon concentrations in buildings such as: Renovators, Home Builders, Home Inspectors, Plumbing Contractors, Environmental Consultants, Public Health Officials, Indoor Air Quality Professionals, Nonprofit Health Advocacy Organization.
Date & Location
This is a virtual workshop so you will be able to attend from the comfort of your home or office.
DEcember 2-4, 2020
Cost: $575 + HST
(CHBA-NB Members will receive a discount during registration)
(Exam cost will be extra at $175 + HST if you choose to write. Must be pre-booked at time of registration.)
Registration Deadline: November 25, 2020
Marcel Brascoupe is the owner of MB Radon Solutions and a certified general construction contractor with a background in electrical and HVAC systems who has been specializing in the installation of radon mitigation systems throughout the province of Quebec since 2008. Marcel has been involved in providing hands-on training to work crews since 2009 and more recently, in a formal classroom environment. Marcel is also a founding Board Member of the Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (CARST) and has contributed to Health Canada’s technical guidance document titled “Reducing Radon Levels in Existing Homes: A Canadian Guide for Professional Contractors” along with several scientific papers on the subject of radon mitigation.