Types of Certification

Residential Radon Measurement Provider (Standard Services)

The NRPP Radon Measurement Provider certification with Standard Services is for those professionals who perform radon measurement testing utilizing a standard / passive device. Cost: $225

To obtain this certification, the National Radon Proficiency Program requires:

  • 16 hours of entry-level radon measurement training from an approved course provider
  • Passing score on the NRPP Measurement exam
  • Registration of an approved standard measurement testing device
  • 16 hours of continuing education biennially
  • Adherence to the NRPP Code of Ethics

Residential Radon Measurement Provider (Analytical Services)

The NRPP Radon Measurement Provider certification with Analytical Services is for those professionals who perform radon measurement testing utilizing an analytical device such as a continuous radon monitor or electret. Cost: $300

To obtain this certification, the National Radon Proficiency Program requires:

  • 16 hours of entry-level radon measurement training from an approved course provider
  • Passing score on the NRPP Measurement exam
  • Registration of an approved analytical measurement testing device
  • A device performance test to be performed biennially at one of the NRPP-approved radon test chambers
  • A proof of calibration on the measurement device to be submitted annually
  • 16 hours of continuing education biennially
  • Adherence to the NRPP Code of Ethics

Residential Radon Mitigation Provider

The NRPP Radon Mitigation Provider certification is for those professionals who evaluate radon measurements and design and install radon mitigation systems. Cost: $225

To obtain this certification, the National Radon Proficiency Program requires:

  • Completion of a 16-hour entry-level measurement training course from an approved course provider as a prerequisite
  • 24 hours of entry-level radon mitigation training from an approved course provider
  • Passing score on the NRPP Mitigation exam
  • 16 hours of continuing education biennially
  • Adherence to the NRPP Code of Ethics

IMPORTANT:

You will be required to complete the NRPP certification process before the following anniversary dates:

  • NRPP-approved entry-level courses are valid for 2 years
  • NRPP certification exam scores are valid for 1 year

To maintain certifications, professionals must recertify every two years. This means completing continuing education and other requirements that pertain to a particular certification, and submitting renewal documents and fees to NRPP. Please visit How To Recertify for more information.

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