Precautionary Foundation Air Sealing Strategies (D487)

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$0 (for WA State Weatherization Staff ONLY)

Event Details

**This training is for WA State Weatherization Agency Staff ONLY**

**Please note: Once you have registered, you will be enrolled in our learning management system, Moodle. Please expect an email from Moodle (be sure to check your junk folder!)

*IMPORTANT: each registered student must be registered using their own unique email address*

Precautionary Foundation Air Sealing Strategies Training

This ONLINE Radon Precautionary Measure InstallationStrategies course is a 4 hour training designed to instruct and review information regarding Radon as well as specific strategies to reduce radon exposure and infilatration. Attendees will participate in a Virtual, Instructor led course following guidance and requirements set out in WPN 17-7.

Reference Materials:

Course Content & Objectives:

  • Radon Overview

    • Describe radon characteristics
    • Visually recognize the location of different radon zones
    • Sources and Risks

      • Describe the mechanisms that move radon into the house
      • List the sources of radon
      • List one major health risk from radon exposure

    • Rules and Precautionary Measures

      • Recognize the EPA Radon Action level
      • Locate applicable weatherization rules regarding radon
      • Identify key precautionary measure installation strategies
      • Describe procedures for installation of precautionary measure installation strategies

Course Requirements:

  • Technology:

    • Ideally: One student with one computer connected to the internet
    • Ability to download documents
    • Use of Zoom meetings on computer
    • BPC provided online Learning Management System – Moodle link to be sent by BPC

  • Expectation of attendance and class participation


  • Formal training and/or experience on Airsealing techniques
  • Familiarity with basics of airflow

Assessments and Grading:

  • All assessments will be multiple choice question style

    • In-progress assessment activities throughout
    • One final assessment

  • Candidate must achieve a 70% or higher to pass the final assessment



January 1 (Sunday) - December 31 (Sunday)





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