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National Association of mold remediators & Inspectors

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Resources & Training

Mold Training Companies

If you want to become a mold inspector or mold remediator, NAMRI recommends researching mold training companies carefully as the quality varies widely. Some schools do not offer consumer protection, or do not specialize in mold training. Understand the tuition reimbursement procedure and refund policy before you enroll in any mold inspection or mold remediation training school. Make sure that the mold training counts towards any mold licensing requirement in your state including field experience or apprenticeships.

NAMRI-Accredited Mold Training

The organization(s) below are NAMRI-accredited* training providers that count towards the education requirement for NAMRI membership. NAMRI-accredited training providers who also participate in NAMRI's Gold-Level program are eligible to provide free 1-year NAMRI memberships to their graduates. If you are considering a mold inspection training course, ask the provider if they have applied to become a NAMRI-accredited training provider. Applicants for membership who do not meet the NAMRI-accredited education requirement must qualify with documented mold inspection experience.

Professional Mold Inspection Institute (PMII)**
Professional Home Inspection Institute (PHII)**
BOI Environmental (BoiE)**

**Indicates Gold-Level training provider which includes NAMRI 1-year free membership for graduates

Non-profit National Mold Association Definition

There are a number of "mold groups" that operate for for-profit, but only a few non-profit mold organizations in the United States or elsewhere. NAMRI recognizes a national mold association as follows: (1) operated on a not-for-profit basis and not as a franchise; (2) has members in more than ten states; (3) requires an accredited entrance examination; (4) requires members comply with a code of conduct; and (5) requires continuing education for ongoing membership.

Mold Industry Links

NAMRI Website Directory
NAMRI does not endorse or control the content of member web sites. Please contact NAMRI if you have any concerns about the listings.

Powerbees - Mold Removal, Water Damage Repair, Air Duct Cleaning and Alternative Energy Sources. Massachusetts, Florida, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

Mold Inspection Report Software - Flexible cloud-based software for mold inspectors.

*To become a NAMRI-accredited training provider, a mold inspector training school must submit an application to NAMRI for approval. Applicants are required to have one visit to the training site; a review of the curriculum, enrollment and company structure, be authorized or licensed by its state post-secondary education governing body and not facing disciplinary action; be insured and bonded; have been in continuous operation for at least 10 years; be an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau with a satisfactory complaint history; and employ instructors who hold valid instructor licenses in the state(s) where the training is conducted. Accreditation is renewed every 3 years. Note that the application processing fee, which includes travel expenses, background checks and administrative fees, is based upon the school's average annual enrollment and is not refundable. To see a list of NAMRI-accredited mold training providers click here.

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