Abita Springs, La.
September 15, 2006
The National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspectors (NORMI) has partnered with Infraspection Institute of Burlington, New Jersey. The partnership will provide thermographic training for NORMI members and will also give members access to all training courses offered by the Institute.
“Thermography is now a common tool for home and building inspectors for detecting evidence of latent moisture,” said Doug Hoffman, Director. “Although most thermal imagers are user friendly, proper training is imperative for accurate diagnoses.”
“Infraspection Institute has been selected as our training partner based on their professionalism and experience of almost 30 years. We believe that the ability for members to gain additional training and certification is invaluable. Infraspection’s training courses can provide our members with additional expertise, ideas, and opportunities for expanding their business.
Jim Seffren, Director of Infraspection Institute, added, “We are very pleased to be working with Normi. It is a pleasure to work with a professional association that places education at the top of its priorities. We look forward to working with Normi to provide training, certification and to assist in the development of new procedures and standards within the industry.”
For additional information on infrared training and certification, contact Infraspection Institute 609-239-4788 or visit www.infraspection.com.
For more information on NORMI, contact 877-251-2296 or visit www.NORMI.org