Connecticut Lead Services instructors have taught to over six thousand Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting (EPA-RRP) students and the number keeps growing!
You can sign-up now for one of our Lead Certification classes held at the Ring's End Educational Center in Stratford CT or contact us if you'd like to explore having us teach a custom RRP class at your place for your staff.
|March 7, 2023||8:00 - 4:30||$225.00||160 Avon Street, Stratford CT||Completed|
|April 12, 2023||8:00 - 4:30||$225.00||160 Avon Street, Stratford CT||Register Here|
|May 10, 2023||8:00 - 4:30||$225.00||160 Avon Street, Stratford CT||Register Here|
SCHEDULE FOR 8 HOUR INITIAL EPA-RRP CLASS
* Drinks and lunch will be provided for classes at Ring's End.
** 'Register Here' link brings you to the Ring's End website in a new window.
|May 10, 2023||8:00 - 12:00||$125.00||160 Avon Street, Stratford CT||
Students can only take the RRP refresher class if their current RRP certificate has not expired. If your certificate has expired then you'd need to take the RRP initial class again to get back into compliance.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR EXPIRATION DATE BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Refresher students MUST supply CLS with a copy of their current RRP certificate. We can not accept a Firm Certification as a substitute for individual certificates.
SCHEDULE FOR 4 HOUR CLASSROOM EPA-RRP REFRESHER TRAINING
* Refresher students MUST supply CLS with a copy of their current RRP certificate in order to gain a new cert.
** 'Register Here' link brings you to the Ring's End website in a new window
160 Avon Street
In April of 2008 EPA passed a rule requiring both contractors and firms, whose work requires disturbing painted surfaces in homes and child occupied facilities built before 1978, to become Lead Certified. Contractors can only gain certification through taking the 8 hour RRP class from an accredited training provider like Connecticut Lead Services, while the firm’s separate certification is handled through EPA’s website. RRP certificates are valid for 5 years.
This course was developed by the U.S. EPA to train renovation, repair, and painting contractors on how to work safely in housing that may have lead-based paint. The course consists of lecture material supported by on-screen power points, hands-on exercises with step-by-step instruction and an exam.