Wisconsin Radon Trainings

2022 Wisconsin Radon Conference

September 28, 2022 | Hotel Marshfield | Marsfield, WI

Audience: radon measurement and mitigation contractors, realtors, public health professionals, and others working in indoor air quality.



COVID-19 impact on Radon Mitigation

Learn how Radon Mitigation is impacted by COVID-19.

Training and Certification Opportunities

Individuals seeking professional certification and continuing education credits to perform radon measurement or mitigation work in Wisconsin can find several training options available to them below.

For questions, please contact the Wisconsin Radon Program.

National Radon Consensus Standards

These standards are free for online-viewing and provide guidance on radon measurement and mitigation efforts of all building types. We encourage the use of these current codes and standards to help ensure public health protection.

Due to ongoing COVID 19 restrictions, scheduled in-person classes are subject to change. There are several opportunities available online for both radon measurement and mitigation.

Radon Exams: The National Radon Proficiency Program has updated the process for taking certification exams online. Please see their website for additional instructions.


Basic Radon Courses

Monthly live webinars – Available for entry-level measurement and mitigation, and continuing education.

Web-based Radon Measurement Course – Take at your own pace over 30 days; valid for certification!


Basic Radon Measurement and Mitigation Course (in person)
September 12-16, 2022
UW Baraboo Sauk County | 1006 Connie Rd., A218 Rodems Room | Baraboo, WI 53913
Course Details: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday
Please bring a wifi enabled device to access required in-class resources (free wifi provided)
Exam: On your own through NRPP Online
More information in the flyer.
Registration now available.

Continuing Education

2022 Wisconsin Radon Conference – September 27-28

  • Hotel Marshfield, Marshfield, WI
  • Audience: radon measurement and mitigation contractors, realtors, public health professionals, and others working in indoor air quality.
  • September 27: pre-conference training - Mitigation Compliance Inspector Course (registration link coming soon)
  • September 28: Wisconsin Radon Conference, 8 hours NRPP Category I Credit, $75


Midwest University Radon Consortia offers continuing education in surrounding states and online.

Spruce Radon Training offers classroom, online, home-study, and live webinar courses for radon professionals on a variety of topics including radon in water, mitigation in multi-family housing, and others.

Please see other Out-of-State and Online Training opportunities listed below.

Out-of-State and Online Training

AARST-NRPP Approved Courses for Basic and Continuing Education
A list of entry-level courses that have been submitted to the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP), undergone a formal review and evaluation and have been approved to meet the established criteria set forth by the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists - National Radon Proficiency Program (AARST-NRPP).

International Association of Certified Home Inspectors
Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course is approved for both entry level certification training and 16 hours of continuing education by:

  • NRPP, National Radon Proficiency Program
  • AARST, American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists
  • IAC2, International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants
  • INACHI-1 and INACH-401: This course is online and free to members, and open to non-members for $49

Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CERTI)
Offers NRPP certified online courses in radon measurement, mitigation, and continuing education.

Midwest University's Radon Consortium
AARST approved classroom training for measurement, mitigation, and continuing education credits in Wisconsin and neighboring states. See its webpage for upcoming schedules.

Kansas State Courses
Offers online training in both measurement and mitigation.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) resources
Other radon training centers located outside Wisconsin.

Last Revised: July 1, 2022