Asbestos Management Planner - Initial

  • 2 Full Days
  • Continuing Education: 1.4 CEU

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Current Offerings
Asbestos Management Planner - Initial

Course Code Upcoming Offerings Start/End Time Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Standard Fees
Government & Nonprofit Fees
Course Code:
9/19/2019 - 9/20/2019** @IVY-Tech
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Fee Doubles
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Fee Doubles

Certification Information:

Asbestos Building Inspector is a pre-requisite to get a management planner license. In addition to completing the Management Planner course and scoring at least 70% on the course exam, you must meet the individual state requirements to receive a state license. This generally involves completing the state application, paying a fee, and meeting the experience/education requirements. For example, in Indiana management planners must either have a post-secondary degree in one of several specific disciplines or one year of specific building-related experience.

Our courses are accepted for licensing in Indiana, Illinois and in states requiring only EPA approval, such as Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio. Call us regarding other states you might be interested in.

Under its AHERA Asbestos in Schools Rule, EPA mandated that all public, nonprofit private, and Defense Department K-12 schools must have an updated management plan for each building that leases, owns, or otherwise uses as a school building even if there are no asbestos-containing building materials (ACBM) in such buildings.

Thus, the management planner must work with the building owner to accomplish two principal tasks:

  1. To prepare a management plan for all buildings with or without ACBM, and
  2. To make recommendations for the proper management of asbestos in all buildings with ACBM.

Participants Receive

  • Institute course manuals.
  • Useful job aids and forms for completing the task.
  • Classroom training.
  • Required certification examination.
  • Hands-on experience in plan preparation.

Course Features

  • Reviewing inspection reports.
  • Assessing asbestos hazards.
  • Regulations affecting building owners.
  • Selecting from the five AHERA response actions to safely and cost-effectively manage asbestos in buildings.
  • Preparation of management plan, including a complete Operations & Maintenance program.