Lead Training Agency Application Information

Information on how to become a NJ-certified training provider.


Training Disciplines

The NJDOH approves training providers [pdf 25k] for both first time and refresher training courses in the following disciplines:

  • Lead Inspector/Risk Assessors for Housing and Public Buildings
     
  • Lead Abatement Planner/Project Designers for Housing and Public Buildings
     
  • Lead Abatement Workers for Housing and Public Buildings
     
  • Lead Abatement Supervisors for Housing and Public Buildings
     
  • Lead Abatement Workers for Commercial Buildings and Superstructures
     
  • Lead Abatement Supervisors for Commercial Buildings and Superstructures
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First-Time Lead Training Agency Applications

Whenever applying for any of the disciplines listed above, your application must include all of the following:

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Renewing a Lead Training Agency Certification

The Renewal Application for Lead Training Agency Certification [EHS-2] must include and/or meet the following requirements:

  • A complete application for renewal of certification shall be submitted at least 30 calendar days prior to its expiration
  • The applicant must certify that all of the information contained in the original application is still accurate, or where applicable, has updated such information.
  • If applicable, all outstanding penalties imposed on the applicant have been paid
  • The applicant has exhibited competence, integrity and responsibility
  • The applicant has submitted a certified statement, bearing the signature of an agency representative, that the training agency can operate in compliance with N.J.A.C. 8:62
  • A non-refundable biennial application fee of $500 for each discipline, must be included with application.  Payment must be in the form of a certified check, money order (made payable to the "New Jersey Department of Health") or e-payment

Please Note: Any application that does not comply with the above, shall be treated as a new application. Any certification that has lapsed, shall be treated as a new application.

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Last Reviewed: 8/24/2016