EPA Lead Paint 4-Hour Refresher (RRP) Online Video Course
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The Lead Paint (RRP) Refresher 4-hour course is a requirement to continue your certification as an EPA Certified Renovator. Printable certificate of completion available within 2 business days after course completion.
IMPORTANT: IF YOUR CERTIFICATE IS EXPIRED BEYOND THE EPA’s EXTENSION (see below), YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO TAKE THIS COURSE. YOU MUST TAKE THE INITIAL 8-HOUR CLASSROOM COURSE TO RECERTIFY. Please be sure the certificate has YOUR PICTURE on it. You may not use a FIRM CERTIFICATION for renewal.
EPA approved online course for the renewal of the EPA Lead Paint (RRP) certification. Take it anywhere, anytime from any computer or mobile device. Accreditation# NAT-RV-R-19167-EN-E
Lead Paint 4-Hour Refresher (RRP) Online Video Course
If you are looking for the (RRP) Initial 8-Hour Certification, CLICK HERE.
This course is approved on three levels:
1. Fulfills the 4-Hour Federal Requirement for the Certified Renovator Refresher course by the EPA.
2. Fulfills 4 hours of Continued Competency for the Michigan Residential Builders License and Maintenance and Alteration Contractors License.
3. Fulfills 4 hours of Continued Education for the Michigan Real Estate License.
NOTE: This course is not currently approved in the following states because they govern their own program.
Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, Bois Forte Band. We are seeking approval to provide this course for each state. For more information visit the EPA website
RRP FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long is my initial Lead Paint RRP Certification good for?
Your initial certification is valid for 5 years from the date of course completion.
Has the deadline for renewing my Initial RRP Certification been extended?
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) granted an extension to individual renovators who must get recertified:
- Individual renovators who received certification on or before March 31, 2010, now have until March 31, 2016, to get recertified.
- Individual renovators who received certification between April 1, 2010 and March 31, 2011, will have one year added to their 5-year certification.
Individual renovators who received certification after March 31, 2011 will have five years to get recertified. These extensions only apply to individual renovator certifications, not to firm certification.
IF YOUR CERTIFICATE IS EXPIRED BEYOND THIS EXTENSION, YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO TAKE THIS COURSE. YOU MUST TAKE THE INITIAL 8-HOUR CLASSROOM COURSE TO RECERTIFY. Please be sure the certificate has YOUR PICTURE on it. You may not use a FIRM CERTIFICATION for renewal.
When will I need to take a refresher course for my re-certification?
Renovators seeking re-certification must complete a 4-hour refresher training before the expiration of their current certification. Renovators will have to take the 8-hour course if they fail to take the refresher training before the expiration of their current certificate.
Who is eligible to take the refresher training?
A certified renovator is eligible to take the refresher course if the course is completed before their previous certification expires. A copy of the renovator’s prior course completion certificate is required to take the refresher course.
If you have taken the initial course prior with our company and are unable to locate a copy of your initial certificate, please contact us. We will need to verify the city and date you completed the initial course in order to provide a copy of your certificate (fees may apply).
What does RRP stand for?
RRP Stands for Renovate, Repair and Paint.
Who can I contact regarding the EPA’s Lead Paint requirements?
You can contact our office at 1-800-727-7104 regarding signing up for classes and what is required for the Lead Paint RRP classes.
For specific questions regarding lead paint safety, please refer to the EPA’s Lead Paint Frequently Asked Questions page by clicking here. They can also be reached through the National Lead Information Center at 1-800-424-LEAD (5323).
How do I re-certify my business (firm)?
Firm certifications expire every five years. Firms should submit their re-certification application at least 90 days before their expiration. This will help ensure their re-certification is complete before they expire.
Click here for information about applying for re-certification.
What if I am certified, but not my business (firm)?
Some renovation firms have trained employees but don’t realize the firm must also be certified. The firm, or business must also be certified. Click here for information about firm certification.