MABINAY, Philippines, April 11 /CNW/ -- Environmental professionals, city
building inspectors, and other Canadians seeking to be trained and designated
as both a Certified Mould Inspector and a Certified Mould Remediator can do so
in a two day toxic mould training seminar offered in both Vancouver, British
Columbia, Saturday/Sunday, June 9-10, 2007, and Windsor, Ontario,
Saturday/Sunday, June 16-17, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sponsored by the Professional Certification Institute (PCI), a
world-wide, internet-based environmental training school, the seminar
instructs students how to find and remove toxic mould infestation safely and
effectively -- even if the mould is hidden inside walls, ceilings, floors,
attics, basements, crawl spaces, and heating/cooling equipment/ducts.
The Vancouver seminar will be at the Travelodge Vancouver Airport, 3071
St. Edwards Drive, Richmond, B.C. The Windsor seminar will be at the
Travelodge Hotel Downtown, 33 Riverside Dr. East, Windsor.
The seminar instructor, Phillip Fry, is a Certified Mold Inspector,
Certified Mold Remediator, Certified Environmental Hygienist, Certified
Environmental Inspector, and Certified Home Inspector.
Fry is also the author of four mould ebooks: (1) "Do-It-Best-Yourself
Mold Inspection, Testing, Remediation, and Prevention;" (2) "Mold Health
Guide;" (3) "Mold Legal Guide;" and (4) "Mold Monsters."
In addition, Fry is the webmaster of the global mold websites, Mold
Inspector: http://www.moldinspector.com; Toxic Mold: http://www.mold.ph; and
Mold Removal and Remediation: http://www.mold-removal-remediation.com.
The seminar tuition is US$499 for each certification desired (Certified
Mould Inspector, Certified Mould Remediator, and Certified Environmental
Hygienist), plus US$49 per designation for first year certification PCI
Students who enroll before the June seminars can get a head start in
their mould and environmental studies at no additional tuition through the
online and offline distance learning provided by PCI's dedicated mould and
environmental hygiene training websites and other training resources.
For more seminar information or to enroll, please visit PCI's website
Ecology College Online http://www.ecology-college.com, or email Mr. Fry
email@example.com, or FAX to USA 206-350-4397, or phone him 63-919-375-
0302 (7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Eastern Time in Canada).
Canadian mould problems usually are the result of roof leaks, plumbing
leaks, flooding, water wicking up from the ground, and high humidity inside
buildings located close to the sea coasts, the Great Lakes, or other lakes, as
well as rivers.
For further information:
For further information: Phillip Fry, +63-919-375-0302, USA fax,
+1-206-350-4397, or firstname.lastname@example.org Web Site: