CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS AND STUDY GUIDES

Municipal County State and Federal Health Officers

Research Association with New Jersey Indoor Environmental Heath Sciences  

The Mycological Institute for Study of Fungal Mold in Human Habitations N.A. subClinical Resarch Group  is a not for profit educational and scientific research institute. As a public service we provide training for qualified organizations and officials. (Over 100 trained in 2007)

We certify municipal, state and federal employees and  provide advanced training to those that are   *Qualified Professionals (QP) that already have some training  and at least one year of experience in health, building or related  inspections including  industrial hygiene. See about our eligibility for free certification programs .  NOTE: All certification program participants are given full credit for previous related experience. Example if you are a health professional, officer, inspector or investigator you may be given up to 50% CE towards certification.

Who provides the training? The training is provided by our institutional medical mycologist /industrial hygienist /toxicologist.

How is this training provided? The training is provided at your offices, schools, universities, conference centers and on-site by a clinical industrial hygienist.

I want more information. Who do I call? Call the Institute at 973-726-9559

SEE OUR INFORMATION FOR HEALTH OFFICERS PAGE

OTHER TRAINING AVAILABLE FOR THE PRIVATE SECTOR INCLUDES:

CODE CERTIFICATION/ TRAINING  PROGRAM DURATION  *PREREQ NOTES:       
MHI MOLD HEALTH INVESTIGATOR COMMERCIAL/RENTAL PROPERTY 20 HRS *formal and on-site Only for health officers.*  QP-FREE
RE REALESTATE AGENT/SALES REPRESENTATIVES 4 CE HRS NONE CERT RE *  QP-FREE
ACE-TM ATTORNEY CONTINUING EDUCATION -TOXIC MOLD ** 4  CE HRS NONE  CERT ACE-TM *  QP-FREE
TMS TOXIC MOLD SEMINARS - Special topics 4   CE  HRS NONE  CERT  TMS
MSP TOXIC MOLD SAFETY PRACTICES SEMINAR 8    CE  HRS NONE  CERT MSP
FMR MOLD REMEDIATION SUPERVISOR 40 PROJ HRS    CERT FMR
FMM  FUNGAL MOLD MYCOLOGIST  see lab*      

** FROM OUR MEDICAL MYCOLOGIST - MEMBER: AIHA, ISHAM,NJSBA, ABA,ATLA others.

Contact us at:   medicalmycologist@gmail.net   for additional  information.

With our available experienced legal support (2nd opinions and litigation) and corporate management experience we also train the  professional executive and management. This includes  training  for health, building inspectors and investigators, mold remediators, supervisors, project managers, clean-up personnel and workers. In addition we provide specialized training for:

  • Municipal, State and Federal Gov't
  • Municipal Health Inspectors
  • Construction Mangers 
  • Work Crews     
  • Project Managers
  • HVAC Engineers
  • Mold Inspectors
  •     

  • Hospital Workers
  • Insurance Investigators
  • Property Inspectors
  • Nosocomial Control Officers
  • Real Estate Professionals
  • Legal Professionals
  • Health Workers

  • Special Management and Supervisor On Site Training Available.  

    Our training is customized for your needs. We have 2, 4 and 8 hour courses available on short notice with training material for your project needs. Completion of specialized presentations  will provide you with a certificate of completion.  Our experienced mold professionals and mycologists will prepare you and your personnel with the training needed. Minimum class size of 4. 

    Advanced Mold Inspection 

    For those who have taken Internet inspection courses and have had little or no experience we can provide you with an experienced mycologist and inspector to further your education. If you have some experience and wish to expand your knowledge we have hands on training in one of our fungal mold molecular biology labs for more of the advanced fungal mold analytical techniques and training.

    Toxic Mold in Human Habitations Study Materials

    Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, March 2001. (http://www.epa.gov/iaq/molds/mold_remediation.html)

    State of the Science on Mold and Human Health. Testimony of Stephen C. Redd, M.D., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to U.S. Congress, July 2002. (http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/airpollution/images/moldsci.pdf)

    Adverse Human Health Effects Associated with Molds in the Indoor Environment. American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 2002. (http://www.acoem.org/guidelines/article.asp?ID=52)

    Damp Indoor Spaces and Health. Institute of Medicine of the National Academies. 2004. (http://books.nap.edu/catalog/11011.html).

    U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Health and Safety Administration. A Brief Guide to Mold in the Workplace: http://www.osha.gov/dts/shib/shib101003.html

    Occupational Safety & Health Administration. Respiratory Protection Standard, 29 CFR 1910.134. 63 FR 1152. January 8, 1998. (http://www.osha.gov/dcsp/ote/trng-materials/respirators/respirators.html)