EEA Mold Remediation
Mold courses include Mold Assessment Technician and Mold Assessment Consultant courses, Mold Remediation Contractor and Mold Remediation Worker courses. EEA is accredited under the Texas Mold Assessment & Remediation Rule (TMARR) by the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS).
The Texas State Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Texas Mold Assessment and Remediation Rules (TMARR) permit EEA to present mold assessment and remediation certification training programs to those who are conducting, or intend to conduct, mold assessment and remediation activities in the state of Texas.
There are a total of four different Texas State DSHS TMARR mold certifications, including the mold remediation worker, the mold remediation contractor, the mold assessment technician and the mold assessment consultant. Each requires a refresher every two years.
Why is this important to you?
Training courses must be offered by a training provider that has received accreditation from the Texas State DSHS. For the Texas State DSHS TMARR, you are required to attend an initial training course in the discipline for which you are requesting certification.
The State of Texas is the only government in the United States that offers an accredited mold certification training program. Environmental Education Associates is currently the only accredited mold certification training provider located outside of the State of Texas with the Texas State DSHS TMARR accreditation to provide each of the approved mold certification training courses to be eligible for certification to perform work as a mold assessment or remediation professional.
The Mold Remediation Contractor, Mold Assessment Technician and Mold Assessment Consultant disciplines have specific education and/or experience requirements. See the individual course descriptions to determine if you meet the experience and/or eligibility requirements for the discipline for which you are requesting certification.
In addition to the course completion examination given at the training course, certification requires that you take and pass a Texas State DSHS certification examination within six months of receiving a course completion certificate..