Lead Inspector (Initial) – Live – Denver Location

CHC Training


CHC Training



24 hrs

Cost Per Attendee: $700

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(34 customer reviews)


The objective of the three-day EPA Lead Inspector course is to prepare students for a position as a lead-based-paint inspector.

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The objective of the three-day EPA Lead Inspector Initial course is to prepare students for a position as a lead-based paint inspector.

The material will be presented through various media types including: lectures, slide presentations, videos, and printed material. Hands-on exercises involving XRF report preparation and paint chip sampling are incorporated into the training to familiarize the student with the practical aspects of performing a lead inspection.

Colorado students – This is an employer-paid course.

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Learning Objectives

  • Background Information Regarding the Use of Lead
  • Locating Lead in Various Building Components
  • Sources of Lead Contamination
  • The Potential Health Effects related to Lead Exposure
  • Regulatory Review of OSHA, the EPA, and Title X
  • Theory and Use of X-Ray Fluorescence Analyzers
  • Liability and Insurance Issues
  • Lead-Based Paint Testing Operations
  • Visual Inspection
  • Dust Sampling for Lead Contamination
  • Soil Sampling for Lead Contamination
  • Sample Analysis and Laboratory Accreditation
  • Data Evaluation and Report Preparation
  • Review of Local Regulations

Regulations Satisfied

  • EPA – Lead; Requirements for Lead-Based Paint Activities in Target Housing and Child-Occupied Facilities; Final Rule 40 CFR Part 745
  • OSHA – Lead in General Industry 29 CFR 1910.1025, Lead in Construction 29 CFR 1926.62, Respirator Requirements 29 CFR 1910.134
  • CDPHE – Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, Regulation No. 19
  • HUD – Guidelines for the Evaluation and Control of Lead-Based Paint Hazards in Housing, Second Edition (2012), pursuant to Section 1017 (Title X) of the Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992.

34 reviews for Lead Inspector (Initial) – Live – Denver Location

  1. Philip Stratton

    From partner site:
    Rating: 5 stars
    Mike was an engaging instructor who was very knowledgeable about the subject. He made the information easy to process and correlate to the real world, as well as making the course a fun experience!

  2. Philip Stratton

    Review from partner site:
    Rating: 5 stars
    Mike was awesome. Such a fun class. Made a boring subject teachable.

  3. Elizabeth Graham

    Review from partner purchase:
    Student: Kendra Lauruhn
    Rating: 5 stars
    Review: The trainer was the best of the best. CHC Training is an excellent company that is well organized and provides top notch training.

  4. Robert A.

    I believe the class was well presented.

  5. Eric N.

    Aaron is a good instructor.

  6. Stacy H.

    The instructor was very knowledgable

  7. Alyson R.

    Great class! Thank you so much!

  8. Anonymous

    A whole lot of information! Aaron was a fun instructor, he has a lot of hands-on experience to be so young

  9. Mariea S.

    Aaron was a good instructor who encouraged student dialog/conversations and he had good stories to share.

  10. Kayla

    Lots of information but it was taught in a way that made the information easy to remember (actually hard to forget). I didn’t study at all and passed so I think ya’ll did your job.

  11. Tri County Housing

  12. Seth P.

    Very glad I chose CHC Training! Thank you!

  13. Kayla L.

    This was a great course that I fully appreciated. I feel ready to pass my state exam!

  14. Cody A.

    Aaron is really knowledgeable and was a very good instuctor.

  15. Brian N.

    He did a great job of explaining everything and made sure everyone was up to speed. I would recommend this class and instructor to others.

  16. Eric L.

    The humor made the course work bearable. Much appreciated!

  17. Toby W.

    Another excellent class and three more days of fun with Frank!

  18. Aaron A.

  19. Jim R.

  20. Jonathan P.

    Time for “Hands on” on field application will be helpful. Thanks Aaron.

  21. Dakota F.

    Great resources and handouts to build our own reports.

  22. Ryan Z.

    Overall good presentation of materials.

  23. Megan L.

    Better exercises – something ha will help us out actually pulling samples in the field, etc.

  24. Anonymous

    Maybe a lil more hands on exercises for taking samples.

  25. John J.

    Great instructor, very informative.

  26. Kal P.

    Aaron is an outstanding instructor who is able to convey the material so that everyone can understand.

  27. Daniel M.

    Thanks Aaron!

  28. Amie J.

    I won a drawing, so this class was free for me. THANK YOU!!

  29. Kevin T.

    Thank you for this course. Your facility and staff were fantastic.

  30. Ryan L.

    More exercise could help the LBP Inspector understand more of rules and regs.

  31. Jim D.

    Very good

  32. Courtney T.

    Lauren was excellent. She really made sure we understood all of the material.

  33. Daniel S.

    Great class

  34. Hunter H.


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