1. Education. Part of NAMRI's mission is to promote education for mold inspectors
and remediators prior to performing mold assessments and remediation projects. NAMRI requires a minimum of 60 hours
of verifiable mold education or equivalent work experience before an individual may apply for membership.
2. NAMRI Exam.
To ensure that all members understand the NAMRI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics, along with the procedures
for performing a proper mold inspection, NAMRI requires all new members to pass the NAMRI exam, which is a national
exam sponsored by NAMRI. There is no additional charge to take or re-take this exam.
All members must agree to abide by the NAMRI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics, which establish a minimum
and uniform standard for performing an inspection of a single-family to a four-family dwelling.
4. Continuing Education.
Part of NAMRI's mission is to provide professional development for its members. NAMRI will assist members in accessing
an independent trainer for the recommended continuing education.
5. Membership Fee:
$149 annual fee ($99 for renewals) payable by check or credit card. NAMRI membership fees are considerably less
than other mold organizations, many of which operate for profit and exist to sell private trainer certifications.