Mold Remediation Training
Distance Learning for
certification in your choice of one or more of
these three professional designations by the Professional Certification
Institutional Member of:
Institute is a Member of:
The Professional Certification Institute
is an institutional
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How Long Will
PCI Distance Training
Take Me To Complete?
You want to improve your career and
earnings by entering into the lucrative environmental inspection,
environmental testing, environmental remediation, water leak detection,
and home/building waterproofing businesses, but how can you fit schooling
and training into your busy life? The answer is distance training from the
Professional Certification Institute. Working around your current schedule
and commitments, you can start and finish one to five PCI certification
courses simultaneously in approximately 60 to 100 hours of intensive home
study at your own schedule and pace.
The Professional Certification
Institute distance learning program provides you with complete, practical,
state-of-the-art, ONLINE plus computer-based environmental hygienist
education and training, mold training, water leak detection training, and
home/building waterproofing training so that you can earn a high income as
a self-employed environmental professional.
Inspector concentrates his or her inspection and testing of a
home or other building on discovering and documenting mold infestation. A
Certified Environmental Hygienist investigates a home or
building for mold plus many other environmental health risks such as
microbiological contamination. Students master their environmental educational
courses by online and computer-based study in the three password-protected
Knowledge (mold inspection, testing, remediation, and prevention),
Environmental Hygienist, and plus
the five PCI mold training e-books written by mold expert Phillip Fry.
Students also have the unlimited email assistance of PCI Instructor
Phillip Fry to answer any student questions.
To maximize your
earnings as mold inspector and/or home inspector, be sure to include mold
inspection and testing techniques in your home inspection training, home
inspector training, home inspector education, home inspector school, home
inspector class, and health and safety training.
How Do I
Enroll and Pay My
Tuition and Dues?
Your first step is to
Training Application and send it to PCI (via email attachment to
How do I pay the tuition and annual PCI dues? You can pay with your Visa,
Master Card, American Express Card, or Discover Card by using your choice
of one of the credit card payment systems included at the bottom of this
page. Alternatively, you can pay by personal or business check in US
dollars (or the equivalent value in another widely-accepted
currency such as Canadian, German, UK, NZ, Australian, Japanese, etc.)
How Can I
Make Money with
The mold training courses include
many suggestions on how to attract mold clients to your professional mold
practice. In addition, you would do well financially by utilizing the
low-cost and very effective mold inspector and mold remediator advertising
services available to you on the mold inspector directory website
Certified Mold Inspectors. Visit
Website Advertising for full details.
Phillip Fry and Divine Montero to find
air conditioning mold,
workplace mold, and mold hidden inside the walls, ceilings, floors, crawl
space, attic, and basement of your house, condominium, office, or
other building anywhere in USA, Canada, Asia, Europe, and worldwide.
I Use My Professional
The Certified Mold Inspector
and Certified Mold Remediator professional designation
certifications can be used anywhere in the world except the State of
Texas, wherein you would need to attend a Texas-licensed mold training
school that is physically located in Texas. Because PCI teaches only
online and is not located physically in Texas, PCI cannot provide you with
mold professional certifications for use in Texas.
The Certified Environmental Hygienist professional designation
certification can be used anywhere in the world, including Texas, but you
would not be able to use the C.E.H. designation in Texas to do mold
inspection, testing, and remediation unless you have also become
Texas-trained and licensed to provide mold services.
Please note that you will need to obtain a city or state/provincial
business license in most cities in the USA, Canada, and elsewhere in
the world to do any kind of business activity including mold
inspection, mold testing, mold remediation, environmental hygiene, water
leak detection, and waterproofing. If your business will be home-based
(and if local zoning does not permit home-based businesses), you
may need to rent a private, local business mail box street address from a
company like Mail Boxes Etc. to obtain your local business license.
If your business activities will include any structural work or
repairs (such as plumbing repairs after you locate a water leak), you
will probably need to obtain the appropriate contractor license or work in
conjunction with licensed professionals such as a plumber or construction
contractor. For contractor licensing requirements, check with your local
or state building department, contractor licensing agency, or building
Website Posting of
Members in Good Standing
Ecology College certificated graduate benefits from having his or her name
and his or her individual certification categories [such as Certified
Certified Mold Inspector] published FREE as the PCI certified member in
good standing on the top search engine rated website
Certified Mold Inspectors.
certified professional's name is published under the appropriate state of
his or her residence. This good standing section is where the general
public is able to: (1) verify whether a particular inspector, contractor,
remediator, and/or environmental hygienist is actually in good standing as
to his and her PCI certification; and (2) find and hire a Certified
Mold Inspector, Certified Mold Remediator, and/or Certified Environmental
desired by the certified professional, for only $49 additional advertising
fee per year [full 12 months], he or she can add to the free posting of
his or her good standing his or her: (1) office or home address [or simply
the city name with no address]; (2) contact phone number with area code;
(3) contact cell phone number with area code; and (4) contact email
address. If you want to advertise in more than one state in the good
standing section of the website, you can do so for $49.00 per year for
each additional state desired. Obviously, those PCI professionals who post
their contact information will acquire many new clients each year from
that low-cost posting of their contact information.
want to include your full contact information [as described above], you
can pay the $49.00 per state annual fee for the publication of such full
Advertising Rates are available for Your Own Personal Webpages on
PCI's three mold inspector, and mold remediator/contractor websites.
The annual advertising fee is now only $200.00 for one metropolitan
area [e.g., Houston, Phoenix, San Francisco Bay Area, etc.] per
category [Inspector Directory or Remediator/Contractor Directory]
for one ENTIRE year.
24/7 Free Access to
Advanced, Always-Updated Mold Environmental Knowledge,
are exclusively provided to PCI Certified Microbial House Cleaning
Specialists, Mold Inspectors, Mold Remediators and Environmental
Hygienists to provide them the latest
Environmental House and Building Cleaning, Mold Prevention, Mold
Inspection, Mold Testing, and Mold Remediation techniques, as well as
environmental and mold news and technological advances.
If you are not yet trained and certified but
you’re an enrolled and paid student for the Ecology College Online
Distance or Home Training and Certification, you can access immediately
the in depth information websites right after paying your tuition fee, at
which time P.C.I. will email to you the password required for access to
the members-only website. Apply now and benefit from 24/7 FREE access to
Environmental House and Building Cleaning tips, and Mold Knowledge.