Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists

Helping Canadians Reduce Radon Risk

C-NRPP Radon Measurement Course - Windsor

  • 21 Nov 2016
  • 8:00 AM
  • 22 Nov 2016
  • 9:00 PM
  • Forest Glade Community & Customer Care Centre, 3215 Forest Glade Dr. Windsor, ON N8R 1W7
  • 20


  • (note: there is a combined cost available for those also taking the Radon Mitigation Course, register through the Radon Mitigation Course)

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Radon Measurement Professional Course

Windsor, ON

Cost - $ 600 Registration 

(includes taxes and exam fee)

Course Focus:

The course is designed to prepare people to become Radon Measurement Professionals.  A professional deploys and retrieves radon detectors in buildings and provides a client with a report of the associated measurement results which are generated by a C-NRPP certified Analytical Laboratory. 

The objectives of the course include:

  • Understanding of radon, its scientific properties and known health effects
  • Current statistics of Canadian radon exposures; knowledge of Health Canada’s radon measurement protocols including placement and retrieval of radon measurement devices;
  • Understanding of C-NRPP approved devices;
  • Knowledge of the proper interpretation of results obtained in residential settings and some basic radon entry and mitigation concepts.

This course is essential for: Home Inspectors, Building Inspectors, Building Officials, Environmental Consultants  

Pre-Requisite for the Radon Mitigation Course.

Location: Forest Glade Community & Customer Care Centre, 3215 Forest Glade Dr.  Windsor, ON  N8R 1W7

Course schedule - 
Monday, November 21 - 8am Registration   
                                - In Class session 8:30 - 5pm 

Tuesday, November 22 - In Class Session 8:30 - 5pm

Tuesday, November 22 - Exam 6:30-9pm 
 (1/2 hr for exam registration and 2hr exam)

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