No Hike in Fees
The American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC) has decided to maintain its current fees. ACAC has not increased certification fees for more than 14 years! As the only independent, accredited not-for-profit certification body specific to the indoor environmental industry, ACAC stands alone with certification-related fees as its exclusive source of revenue. ACAC does not accept sponsorship monies, has no training or advertising revenues and sells no industry standards, books or products. Additionally, ACAC does not base certification exams on its own publications.
Employers of ACAC certificants can order and display the custom-made 2013 digital seals on estimates, proposals, specifications, reports, invoices and general correspondence. Since they are scalable, they can also be applied to all kinds of marketing materials such as flyers, banners, magnetic signs and even billboards. Contact our staff for more information.
Maryland Mold Law
Enforcement begins July 1st - http://dllr.maryland.gov/license/mhic/mhicmoldwork.shtml
Going to a Conference?
Get your questions regarding professional credentials answered by one of the most knowledgeable credentialing experts in the industry. Visit with Adam Andrews, ACAC’s assistant director, at the following conferences:
Booth 207 at the upcoming Indoor Air Quality Association’s (IAQA) Conference in Orlando from February 27th through March 1st.
Booth 108 at the upcoming Environmental Information Association (EIA) Conference in Washington D.C. from March 24th through March 27th.
Charlie Wiles, executive director
|Email Marketing Powered by|