Friday, February 7, 2014

Up to $350 rebate if you get lead training now

Lead-Edu Newsletter
Keeping you updated on news in the lead community
Dear Landlord,  

Do you wish you could get some training and certification to make money in the lead industry? Have you been putting it off for financial reasons? Or just couldn't fit it into your schedule?
Now's the time! 
If you need RRP (one day lead safety training required by HUD and EPA) there is still space in a class this Thursday, Aug 6 AND if you are looking for 3 day Lead Abatement Worker Training, or 4 day Supervisor or Contractor Training for NH licensing, it's free (up to $350) and it's next week!

Keep reading for more info on this opportunity as well as some other lead related news! 

And as always remember to Check Out Our Website for upcoming trainings, including RRP, Lead Abatement, and Lead Safety in the Home

Could Your Lead Abatement Training Be Free?
The Nashua Lead Paint & Healthy Homes Program is once again providing reimbursement of up to $350 for the cost of training to become a newly licensed NH Lead Abatement Worker, Supervisor or Contractor. 

You don't have to live or work in Nashua to take advantage of this opportunity which would completely cover the cost of becoming a certified Lead Abatement Worker, or most of the cost to become a Contractor or Supervisor at one of our upcoming trainings!  They have just notified us that they approved training for a few more people.  Don't let this opportunity go by.  It doesn't get better than free!

It's as easy as 1, 2, 3:

1) Log onto our Our Website to see our upcoming training schedule (Our next Lead Abatement class starts Feb. 11th!)

2) Select the class you want to take! We have two abatement classes coming up in December, and two in January! 

3) As soon as you finish the class, submit this form for your reimbursement! 

Funds are limited and will be available on a first come, first serve basis!

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Upcoming Trainings

There's still time to sign up for tomorrow's RRP class! 
Thursday, Feb. 6th, starting at 8am
Visit Our Website for a full schedule and to register! 
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