Lead certification under the EPA's Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Rule will be offered by Testudo LLC, Wisconsin's leading Lead Safe Renovator training provider, at a discounted rate of $210 to any contractor or property manager who attends Lakeland Builders Association's New Home & Remodeling Expo on Feb. 26-27 in Lake Geneva, Wis., at the Grand Geneva Resort & Spa. The doors open at 10 a.m. each day and close by 4 p.m.
Testudo LLC will hold lead training courses throughout March and April, primarily in the Madison area. For the company's full Lead Safe Renovator docket, view its class schedule at http://register.testudoonline.com/. Courses begin at 8 a.m. and end at 5 p.m. All students who hold the Dwelling Contractor Qualifier license can receive eight hours of continuing education credits for attending the course. To receive the discount, just drop by Testudo LLC's booth at the New Home & Remodeling Expo on Feb. 26-27.
Property managers, landlords, and remodeling contractors of all types—including plumbers, electricians, painters, window installers, and even wood floor refinishers—are required to carry this certification if disturbing leaded coatings (paint, stain, shellac, varnish, etc.) in any child-occupied building (homes, daycares, etc.) built before 1978.
During Lead Safe Renovator training with Testudo LLC, you will learn about all facets of the EPA's Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule, including why it was enacted and how you can successfully comply with the rule. In the mean time, you can visit http://www.testudoonline.com to learn more about the background of the RRP rule. If you're unable to attend the trade show, call Testudo LLC to learn more about our group rates.
Samantha Dickman is the president of Testudo LLC and teaches the Lead Safe Renovator class. Thus far, she has taught almost 1,000 of Wisconsin’s remodeling contractors about the RRP rule.
The regular rate for this course is $250.
Attendees at the Lakeland Builders Association's New Home & Remodeling Expo can also enter drawings to win either the Grand Prize—a lodging package at Grand Geneva with either skiing or golf—or win discounts to area retailers and businesses. Two tickets to the event cost just $6.