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The Southern Regional Radon Training Center (SRRTC), is based in the Engineering Continuing Education (ENGCE) was established as one of four regional radon training centers in the United States. SRRTC is managed through Auburn University and the ENGCE to provide assistance and training to the states of: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.
The mission of the RRTC's is to develop educational materials, provide training to government officials, professional and private firms, and the public on radon health risks, and methods of radon measurement and mitigation. To accomplish this mission, the RRTCs charge for services n order to achieve financial self-sufficiency. SRRTC provides training for builders, realtors, architects, home inspectors, HVAC contractors, public health officials and others wishing to become certified as a radon measurement or mitigation specialists.
A primary function of SRRTC is to provide technical training courses related to radon measurement and mitigation for persons who wish to provide professional radon services. SRRTC also targets other groups for training about radon problems that may impact citizens in their homes, schools and workplaces. For instance, homebuilders are taught radon resistant new construction techniques and home inspectors are taught skills for inspecting radon mitigation systems during a typical home inspection.