Be a Certified Lead-Safe Contractor Today
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An Accredited Lead-Safe Training Centers in Brookfield, WI & Sun Prairie, WI
Property renovations, repairs, and painting activities often create toxic lead dust that is dangerous to both the contractor and the clients. To avoid this situation from happening, Midwest Certified Training Inc. is dedicated to educating and honing renovation service providers to be lead-safe professionals. We offer training programs that will provide renovators with the essentials for hazard-free work practice.
Who We Are
Midwest Certified Training Inc., together with our subsidiary Milwaukee Lead/Asbestos Information Center, has been training certified renovators. We are composed of seasoned trainers who have field experience in utilizing the skills and techniques that we teach. With our dedication and excellence, we have trained over 12,000 students about lead-safe renovation since 2009.
What We Do
At our training center, we don’t just teach you the law. Our classes provide our trainees with ways to efficiently and profitably implement practices that keep workers and their clients safe. All students also get to participate in hands-on training with guidance from our expert training team.
We also meet with state and OSHA officials regularly to get updated with the latest information regarding any regulatory changes. By doing this, we are able to give you the most useful and relevant education.
Why Choose Us
Since 1993, we have conducted more than 90% of the lead-safe training in Wisconsin. We also offer a wide variety of training options that applicants can choose from, depending on their needs.
Our Service Areas
Midwest Certified Training Inc. is now offering classes in the following cities:
- Milwaukee, WI
- Madison, WI
- Rochelle, IL
- Joliet, IL
- Peoria, IL
- Bloomington, IN
- Indianapolis, IN
- Green Bay, WI
- Appleton, WI
Connect With Us
Turn to our training center and become a certified renovator or certified abatement contractor. Click here to register for a class. You can also submit your request through our Contact page.Important note: The EPA and HUD have recently changed their rules for clearance and hazard levels. Attend one of our classes and learn the new rules.