Chicago, IL – Inspection Certification Associates (ICA) is pleased to announce the rollout of its new Radon Inspection Course, which will be offered free of charge to students who enroll in ICA’s home inspection course.
“We are delighted to announce this important addition to our services,” says ICA spokesperson Chuck Pulaski. “The radon course is designed to teach you everything you need to know to perform radon inspections on residential and commercial buildings. Having this certification will make you that much more valuable as a home inspector. It’s something that will certainly help you stand out in your field.”
ICA is offering the radon course free of charge to any student who signs up for the home inspection training course, but it can also be purchased separately for $100. Divided into four modules, the course is easy to follow, and students can work on it at their own pace.
Radon certified inspectors are very much in demand in the U.S. A cancer-causing radioactive gas, radon cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, but it is so commonly found in homes that it’s been declared the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. today, causing as many as 20,000 deaths. And according to the US EPA, almost one in three homes in seven states and on three Indian lands had screening levels over 4 pCi/L, the EPA’s recommended action level for radon exposure.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for anyone interested in becoming a Home Inspector,” adds Pulaski. “By taking our home inspection course along with the radon certification course, you’re setting yourself up to begin a highly successful home inspection business.”
North America’s most trusted provider of online Home Inspection Training and Certification, ICA provides a fully updated online home inspection training course which allows graduates to receive home inspection and commercial inspection certification. After certification, graduating students can start their own home inspector business or apply for work with an existing home inspection company.
To find out more about the radon inspection course, visit the ICA website.