Radon Training Courses

Our Courses = Your Opportunities

Are you are seeking training to enter the radon profession or broaden your business opportunities to add to your radon field services? You have come to the right place!

Our entry or introductory level radon measurement and radon mitigation courses produce exceptionally high, national proficiency exam pass rates. Plus, our advanced continuing education courses produce new business opportunities as a radon professional as well as pride in saving lives from the serious lung cancer risk caused by indoor toxin radon. 

Our advanced continuing education courses include measurement and mitigation in multifamily, schools, and large buildings as well in chemical vapor intrusion mitigation and the new soil gas mitigation standard.

Why MURC is Your Best Training Provider

The Midwest Universities Radon Consortium (MURC) is one of three U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) established Regional Radon Training Centers (RRTCs) founded in 1989. MURC is located at and managed by the University of Minnesota. Courses are offered in Canada and the U.S. central and southern regions including Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. Kansas State University is a member of MURC and offers courses in Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, or Texas.

MURC and our instructors have won many national and international awards including those from the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists, EPA, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, the Housing Education and Research Association, and several Universities - no one matches our record of awards! 

Our instructors have completed tens of thousands radon measurements, mitigated well over 30,000 buildings, wrote EPA measurement protocols and national standards of practice, testified before Congress on radon policy, wrote World Health Organization radon guidance, and worked at national U.S. laboratories.

Choose MURC and Become a Giant Among Giants in Radon

Sponsored by:
University of Minnesota Extension 
College of Design, University of Minnesota

Facilitated by:
College of Continuing Education, University of Minnesota
Division of Continuing Education, Kansas State University