If you do an internet search for “mold certifications” or “indoor air quality certifications,” you’ll find a dozen, seemingly legitimate organizations. Unfortunately, they are non-accredited certifications and they may actually harm your reputation among professionals in the field!
The American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC) is the organization that offers the well-known, accredited certifications of CIE, CMR and CMI. These ACAC certifications and others are accredited by the Council of Engineering & Scientific Specialty Boards. In fact, a few states only allow ACAC’s certification exams to meet their licensing requirements!
Money back guarantee!
We are so confident that we’ll help you pass your ACAC examination, we offer a money back guarantee. Follow this link to learn more about it: Money back guarantee.
Which certification is best for me?
The ACAC has several different certifications depending on your experience and focus. If you are unsure about the best designation for you, visit this page: Which one?
Air Quality Inspections
If you have concerns regarding indoor air quality in your building or home, please visit our sister website: IndoorScience.com. It’s our website dedicated to air quality inspections for mold, asbestos, radon, odors, VOCs, allergens and more.
If you are an indoor air quality professional looking for answers to tough questions, or for a review of your reports, Ian Cull is willing and able to help. He also consults as an expert witness on legal matters.
Each month we send out a newsletter called “IAQ Website of the Month” to over 4,000 subscribers. We feature an educational website, typically one from a governmental organization or professional association. Follow this link to sign up; you can unsubscribe at any time: IAQ Website of the Month.