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Mold Law - July 1st

Be ready!  The current Maryland Mold Remediation Services Act is scheduled for implementation July 1st.  The law (H.B. 1309) requires licensing for mold remediation services for EACH employee individually.
Yes, the CRMR, CMR and CMRS certification programs qualify for licensing as they are "independent of training organizations or industry trade associations."
Looking For a Prep Course?
Looking for a course provider to prepare you for an ACAC exam?  Independent providers who have registered with us are listed on our website; however, they do not have access to an ACAC course curriculum, exam questions or answers.  Course attendees MUST read the examination texts to be fully prepared for the certification examinations.
73% Pass Ratio!
So far this year, 73% of the 277 individuals who have taken our exams passed.  You can learn more about the credibility of ACAC by taking a look at the way ACAC examinations are developed and delivered.
Marketing Your Professionalism
Digital seals help you market your professionalism.  They may be resized for use on proposals, estimates, invoices, reports, signature blocks, business cards, letterheads, newsletters, magnetic signs, billboards and all kinds of print advertising.  There is no better way to market your professionalism.
Looking for Professional Development?
ACAC recommends the learning programs accredited by The Foundation for Accredited Learning (FAL).  Taking an FAL accredited learning course means you'll be assured the course delivers its advertised learning objectives.  Look for the FAL accreditation emblem on your course provider's website.

Charlie Wiles, executive director

American Council for Accredited Certification | Post Office Box 1000 | Yarnell, AZ  85362-1000
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