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WE'RE CERTIFIED SO YOU CAN BE, TOO.

New York State Mold licenses are valid for a period of two years from the date of issuance.  To renew a license, all mold licensees must complete a four hour Department of labor (DOL) approved refresher course.  The refresher course curriculum and required number of hours are the same for all mold license types; remediation Contractor, Mold Assessor, Mold Abatement Worker Supervisor, and Abatement Worker.

You can now take your required mold refresher training online via live webinar! Choose from several dates and times and register for a course that works for you.

Upon registration you’ll receive a link with further information and instructions about signing in for the webinar.

Attendees will be required to have a webcam and speakers in order to attend the webinar.  Attendees must also show proof of identification at roll call.  This can be done by showing us your NYSDMV drivers license, non-driver ID or  NYSDOL mold hard card.

Here's a small sample of what we offer...

Construction
Mold Assessor
 Learn how to conduct an inspection or assessment of real property in this 4 day course ,that is designed
to discover mold, conditions that facilitate mold and prepare a mold remediation plan.
Mold Remediation Contractor
Mold Remediation Contractor course is a 3 day course that is requried for contractors who perform mold remediation work. New York State regulations require contractors who operate a company that performs mold remediation services or write/approve mold remediation work plans to have a mold remediation contractor license from an accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the course, student will have to submit application to New York State Department of Labor Licensing unit to obtain a license..
Mold Abatement Worker
Mold Abatement Worker is a 2 day course and is required for workers that perform any type of mold abatement work in any capacity and are employed by a licensed mold remediation contractor. New York State regulations require individuals performing mold abatement to be trained as a Mold Abatement worker by an accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the course, student will have to submit an application to New York State department of labor licensing unit to obtain a license.
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