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Build a successful business by getting on the right track toward the NORMIPro™ Certification in your profession.

NORMIPro™ MOLD Track

Active NORMI™ Members (Join.NORMI.org) who wish to build a mold business.

Assessor Track (Which class should I take next?)

NORMI™ CMA (Certified IAQ/Mold Assessors), IAQ Specialist, Home Inspectors, CIEs (Certified Indoor Environmentalist) and other professionals who assess indoor environments for mold, and other microbials, to determine the causes and conditions that proliferate mold in indoor environments and then write protocols for sanitization or remediation, should pursue this track toward a successful career. We suggest you print this and keep track of the classes you’ve taken as your pursue excellence in your career.

IMPORTANT NOTE: One of the most effective ways to stay connected to the industry and keep your certification(s) current is by attending CE Training each Tuesday night (48x a year). Don’t neglect this important investment.

*These FREE classes require ACTIVE NORMI™ Membership

  • FREE* Intro from Doug Hoffman, Executive Director to Assessment Industry – This one hour class serves as a introduction to many of the NORMI concepts you will hear about, in more detail, in your CMACMR class.
  • CMA – NORMI™ Certified IAQ/Mold Assessor – This Mold Assessor course meets the requirements for licensure in FL, DC, Portland, OR and all non-licensing states. (TX and NY have a different requirement).
    • FREE* IAQ Basics 101 – Understanding the five (5) air purification technologies that make up every piece of air purification equipment is important to determining how to provide proper solutions to the client.
    • FREE* MCI™ Technology – Training specifically designed to assist the PSP and NCEAA in providing air purification technologies as part of a NORMI Sanitization protocol.
    • FREE* NITP – The NORMI™ IAQ Trained Professional receives instruction on the details of reselling IAQ monitoring equipment and the NORMIPro Management subscription program for ongoing monitoring of IAQ contaminants.
  • ISSS – Because mold can serve as a surrogate for other microbial indoor air quality issues, this course details IAQ strategies, sampling and solutions for resolving IAQ issues.
  • CBA – NORMI™ Certified Biocide Applicator – this course helps the Assessor navigate through the many chemical options and application processes to help facilitate the implementation of the NORMI sanitization protocol. Because CMAs often recommend specific chemistries, this course would be needed to better understand how to protect the health of the occupants.
  • NCEAA™–The NORMI Certified Environmental Allergen Assessor™ course is designed to provide two options for doing assessments onsite and remotely. Specifically discussed in this course is the iQi Monitoring program, through NORMIPro Management, and the AirAnswers mold, allergen and mycotoxin testing process.
  • NCRSI™–NORMI Certified Remediation for Sensitized Individuals™ – Learning to deal with this special class.
  • NCCS™–NORMI Certified CIRS Specialist™ is a course designed to help the NCRSI better equipment himself for the building science challenges involved in creating cleaner, safer, and healthier indoor environment. This course specifically addresses the clients who suffer from CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome).
  • CAIA – NORMI™ Certified Advanced IAQ/Mold Assessor – This course is built around the NORMIPro™ Business Model and often serves as a “refresher” or “refocusing” course. Limited to eight (8) students, this course fee is a package price including hotel, meals and all materials.
  • NCMP™–NORMI Certified Microbial Professional is an advanced course that represents the highest-level training available in the mold industry.
  • FREE- NORMI™ Professional Practices Assessor (CEFL09) – Details of the best practices for assessment. This course should be taken periodically as a refresher course.
  • Building Science Courses – To reach the highest level of expertise in the IAQ/Mold assessment industry, the assessor must have a clear understanding of the building and how air infiltration and moisture intrusion effect air quality. To that end, these classes should be taken interspersed throughout the pathway to success.
    • Mold Free Construction by Doug Hoffman – The audio version available at Audible
    • BSC10Construction Glossary
    • BSC7Diagnosing Moisture Problems
    • BSC8Antimicrobials on Substrates
    • BSC6Insulating the Envelope
    • BSC5Understanding Drainage Planes
    • BSC1Non-Vented Attics
    • BSC3IAQ Basics 101
    • BSC2Non-Vented Crawlspaces
    • BSC4HVAC Systems in Conditioned Space
  • NORMIPro™ Certification – GOAL: This certificate designation will be given to the current ACTVE NORMI™ member who completes the appropriate training, experience and other criteria as established by the NORMI President’s Council to demonstrate stability and expertise in profession.
Remediator Track (Which class should I take next?)

NORMI™ CMR (Certified Mold Remediator), General Contractors, Restoration Contractors and other professionals who deal with water damaged materials in indoor environments should pursue this track toward a successful career. We suggest you print this and keep track of the classes you’ve taken as your pursue excellence in your career.

IMPORTANT NOTE: One of the most effective ways to stay connected to the industry and keep your certification(s) current is by attending CE Training each Tuesday night (48x a year). Don’t neglect this important investment.

*These FREE classes require ACTIVE NORMI™ Membership

  • FREE* Intro from Doug Hoffman, Executive Director to Assessment Industry – This one hour class serves as a introduction to many of the NORMI concepts you will hear about, in more detail, in your CMACMR class.
  • CMR – NORMI™ Certified IAQ/Mold Remediator – This Mold Remediator course meets the requirements for licensure in FL, LA, DC, Portland, OR and all non-licensing states. (TX and NY have a different requirement).
    • FREE* IAQ Basics 101 – Understanding the five (5) air purification technologies that make up every piece of air purification equipment is important to determining how to provide proper solutions to the client.
    • FREE* MCI™ Technology – Training specifically designed to assist the PSP and NCEAA in providing air purification technologies as part of a NORMI Sanitization protocol.
    • FREE* NITP – The NORMI™ IAQ Trained Professional receives instruction on the details of reselling IAQ monitoring equipment and the NORMIPro Management subscription program for ongoing monitoring of IAQ contaminants.
  • WRT/ASD – A professional CMR should take these two IICRC courses to better understand the industry Standard of Care, S-500 and S-520. They are commonly referred to as a “Combo” class and will help prepare the remediator for dealing with psychrometrics, water events and applied structural drying. This classes are not taught by NORMI™.
  • OSHA40 – The professional remediator should be trained in the OSHA guidelines to better understand the hazards and safety requirements of remediation/restoration projects.
  • CBA – NORMI™ Certified Biocide Applicator – this course helps the Assessor navigate through the many chemical options and application processes to help facilitate the implementation of the NORMI sanitization protocol. Because CMAs often recommend specific chemistries, this course would be needed to better understand how to protect the health of the occupants.
  • Microbial Warriors – Taught by Jeff Jones, based on the sciences of biorisk management and infection control, this course is a tactical system of strategy for forensic restoration.
  • NCRSI™–NORMI Certified Remediation for Sensitized Individuals™ – Learning to deal with this special class.
  • NCCS™–NORMI Certified CIRS Specialist™ is a course designed to help the NCRSI better equipment himself for the building science challenges involved in creating cleaner, safer, and healthier indoor environment. This course specifically addresses the clients who suffer from CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome).
  • COAS – NORMI™ Certified Odor Abatement Specialist course is built around how to eliminate and manage malodors.
  • Building Science Courses – To reach the highest level of expertise in the IAQ/Mold assessment industry, the assessor must have a clear understanding of the building and how air infiltration and moisture intrusion effect air quality. To that end, these classes should be taken interspersed throughout the pathway to success.
    • Mold Free Construction by Doug Hoffman – The audio version available at Audible
    • BSC10Construction Glossary
    • BSC7Diagnosing Moisture Problems
    • BSC8Antimicrobials on Substrates
    • BSC6Insulating the Envelope
    • BSC5Understanding Drainage Planes
    • BSC1Non-Vented Attics
    • BSC3IAQ Basics 101
    • BSC2Non-Vented Crawlspaces
    • BSC4HVAC Systems in Conditioned Space
  • NORMIPro™ Certification – GOAL: This certificate designation will be given to the current ACTVE NORMI™ member who completes the appropriate training, experience and other criteria as established by the NORMI President’s Council to demonstrate stability and expertise in profession.
INDOOR AIR QUALTY TRACK (Which class should I take next?)

NORMI™ CMA (Certified IAQ/Mold Assessors), IAQ Specialist, Home Inspectors, CIEs (Certified Indoor Environmentalist) and other professionals who assess indoor environments for mold, and other microbials, to determine the causes and conditions that proliferate mold in indoor environments and then write protocols for sanitization or remediation, should pursue this track toward a successful career. We suggest you print this and keep track of the classes you’ve taken as your pursue excellence in your career.

IMPORTANT NOTE: One of the most effective ways to stay connected to the industry and keep your certification(s) current is by attending CE Training each Tuesday night (48x a year). Don’t neglect this important investment.

*These FREE classes require ACTIVE NORMI™ Membership

  • FREE* Intro from Doug Hoffman, Executive Director to Assessment Industry – This one hour class serves as a introduction to many of the NORMI concepts you will hear about, in more detail, in your CMACMR class.
  • CMA – NORMI™ Certified IAQ/Mold Assessor – This Mold Assessor course meets the requirements for licensure in FL, LA, DC, Portland, OR and all non-licensing states. (TX and NY have a different requirement).
    • FREE* IAQ Basics 101 – Understanding the five (5) air purification technologies that make up every piece of air purification equipment is important to determining how to provide proper solutions to the client.
    • FREE* MCI™ Technology – Training specifically designed to assist the PSP and NCEAA in providing air purification technologies as part of a NORMI Sanitization protocol.
    • FREE* NITP – The NORMI™ IAQ Trained Professional receives instruction on the details of reselling IAQ monitoring equipment and the NORMIPro Management subscription program for ongoing monitoring of IAQ contaminants.
  • ISSS – Because mold can serve as a surrogate for other microbial indoor air quality issues, this course details IAQ strategies, sampling and solutions for resolving IAQ issues.
  • CBA – NORMI™ Certified Biocide Applicator – this course helps the Assessor navigate through the many chemical options and application processes to help facilitate the implementation of the NORMI sanitization protocol. Because CMAs often recommend specific chemistries, this course would be needed to better understand how to protect the health of the occupants.
  • NCEAA™–The NORMI Certified Environmental Allergen Assessor™ course is designed to provide two options for doing assessments onsite and remotely. Specifically discussed in this course is the iQi Monitoring program, through NORMIPro Management, and the AirAnswers mold, allergen and mycotoxin testing process.
  • NCRSI™–NORMI Certified Remediation for Sensitized Individuals™ – Learning to deal with this special class.
  • NCCS™–NORMI Certified CIRS Specialist™ is a course designed to help the NCRSI better equipment himself for the building science challenges involved in creating cleaner, safer, and healthier indoor environment. This course specifically addresses the clients who suffer from CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome).
  • CAIA – NORMI™ Certified Advanced IAQ/Mold Assessor – This course is built around the NORMIPro™ Business Model and often serves as a “refresher” or “refocusing” course. Limited to eight (8) students, this course fee is a package price including hotel, meals and all materials.
  • NCMP™–NORMI Certified Microbial Professional is an advanced course that represents the highest-level training available in the mold industry.
  • FREE- NORMI™ Professional Practices Assessor (CEFL09) – Details of the best practices for assessment. This course should be taken periodically as a refresher course.
  • Building Science Courses – To reach the highest level of expertise in the IAQ/Mold assessment industry, the assessor must have a clear understanding of the building and how air infiltration and moisture intrusion effect air quality. To that end, these classes should be taken interspersed throughout the pathway to success.
    • Mold Free Construction by Doug Hoffman – The audio version available at Audible
    • BSC10Construction Glossary
    • BSC7Diagnosing Moisture Problems
    • BSC8Antimicrobials on Substrates
    • BSC6Insulating the Envelope
    • BSC5Understanding Drainage Planes
    • BSC1Non-Vented Attics
    • BSC3IAQ Basics 101
    • BSC2Non-Vented Crawlspaces
    • BSC4HVAC Systems in Conditioned Space
  • NORMIPro™ Certification – GOAL: This certificate designation will be given to the current ACTVE NORMI™ member who completes the appropriate training, experience and other criteria as established by the NORMI President’s Council to demonstrate stability and expertise in profession.

 

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