Step 1: Take an Education Course
Complete a Measurement, Mitigation (requires completion on of Measurement Course first), or Combined Measurement and Mitigation Course.
A hands-on field session (separate registration for mitigation and combined online courses, included in in-person and webinar mitigation sessions) is required for NRPP mitigation course completion. Field sessions are currently online due to covid-19.
Step 2: Pass a National Measurement or Mitigation Exam (or Both)
National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) exams are online: https://nrpp.info/nrpp-exams/
National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) exams are proctored by someone you find meeting their requirements in-person: http://nrsb.org/exams.asp
Step 3: Apply for Certification
You've Passed the Exam, Now What?
To be certified as a radon service provider, you need to complete an application to your state if required or/and a recognized radon proficiency program: NRPP: www.nrpp.info and/or NRSB: www.nrsb.org. You may choose to join either program. For further information, please check the program websites. KSU is an approved training provider for both NRPP and NRSB.
Most of our graduates choose to certify with NRPP.
There are several different types of NRPP radon proficiency certifications. More details can be found on the NRPP website: https://nrpp.info/certification/types-of-certification/
Residential Radon Measurement Professional (Standard Services)
The NRPP Radon Measurement Professional Certification with Standard Services is for those who perform radon testing utilizing a standard/passive device.
Residential Radon Measurement Professional (Analytical Services)
The NRPP Radon Measurement Professional Certification with Analytical Services is for those who perform radon testing utilizing an analytical device such as a continuous radon monitor or electret system.
Residential Radon Mitigation Specialist
The NRPP Radon Mitigation Specialist Certification is for those who evaluate radon measurements and design and install radon remediation systems.