Michigan offers training grants to individuals who become certified to remove lead from homes.
The state hopes to increase the number of people certified to perform lead-based paint hazard remediation Benton Harbour and nationwide.
There are many homes in Benton Harbor and other areas of Michigan that require lead paint hazards to be removed. You need additional trained personnel to complete the work.
Contractors and general workers interested in removing lead-based paint hazards from homes in the Benton Harbor area can receive free training and state certification through a Lead Workforce grant.
The course consists of three training days and requires no prior knowledge. A four-day supervisor certification for those with two years of construction-related experience is also available.
When training is complete, people must take a state exam to complete their certification. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) must approve applications for training prior to attending the courses.
If you want to know more click here or call the Lead Workforce at 517-275-2994.
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