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Model Lead Hands-on Assessments

 
Per the requirements of N.J.A.C. 8:62-4, all trainees who participate in an initial lead training course, must successfully pass a hands-on skills assessment evaluation.  Below are links to the Department's model hands-on assessments skill evaluations.  

 

To fulfill the hands-on assessment requirements, you may use the examples listed below or submit a hands-on assessment procedure developed by your agency for this requirement.  At a minimum, these evaluations must include a procedure for the evaluation of each trainees' comprehension and understanding of the required hands-on work practices and be non-subjective in assigning pass/fail values to each item. Students may work as a group, however, each student must be assessed individually.    

  • Lead Abatement Worker for Housing and Public Buildings [pdf 18k]
     
  • Lead Abatement Supervisor for Housing and Public Buildings [pdf 19k]
     
  • Lead Inspector/Risk Assessor [pdf 17k]
     
  • Lead Abatement Planner/Project Designer [pdf 20k]
     
  • Lead Abatement Worker-Commercial Buildings & Superstructures [pdf 18k]
     
  • Lead Abatement Supervisor-Commercial Buildings & Superstructures [pdf 19k]


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