Radon CE Training - Thursday, September 15, 2016
This day of continuing education training will be conducted by Engineering Extension at Kansas State University on September 15, 2016 prior to the Great Plains ASHI Chapter Annual Fall Seminar September 16-17, 2016, at the KCI Expo Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Serves all KS and NRPP Radon Certification requirements. For content questions call Bruce Snead at 785-532-4992, firstname.lastname@example.org.
KCI Expo Center
11730 NW Ambassador Dr.
Kansas City, MO 64153
Course Flyer: here.
Date/Time Course/Event Fee
Developing Your Radon Business
8-12 noon $75
4 Credit Hours NRPP and KDHE
All companies with multiple employees face two basic issues: 1) employee recruitment and hiring processes and 2) employee evaluation and retention processes. We will review current best practices regarding 1) modern tools for employee selection and 2) modern tools for performing effective employee appraisals. Time will be included during the hiring process discussion for the class to provide real-life experience (both good and bad) in terms of employee hiring. A sample radon-specific employee appraisal model will be provided during the appraisal section, one each for measurement employees and mitigation employees.
Companies that do not market do not secure new jobs. This course will review current trends in marketing, touching with some weight on all of the following; 1) personal selling, 2) public relations, 3) sales promotion, 4) direct marketing, and 5) advertising. Special attention will be paid to digital marketing environments, both paid and un-paid, and how digital marketing can provide greater reach for your business messaging. Examples of in-the-world digital marketing efforts by current radon businesses will be discussed for both the good and the bad.
Presenter: Brian Hanson, MURC- KSU
QA/QC for the Measurement & Mitigation Professional
1-5 pm $75
4 Credit Hours NRPP and KDHE
This course will help you either develop or improve radon measurement and/or mitigation quality assurance plans (QAP). QAPs are essential elements for customer service and liability protection, and are a necessary component of NRPP certification and compliance with many licensing states. This course draws from existing state requirements as well as AARST resources and ANSI Standards guidance. If you do not have a QAP, you will walk out of this session with a solid beginning plan and a clear direction. If you have a QAP, you will gain new components to strengthen your plan.
Instructors: Bruce Snead, MURC-KSU
Both courses combined $150 – Lunch is on your own.
To register on-line, visit https://outreach.ksu.edu/etrakWebApp/Registration.aspx?MeetingCode=605097AR
To register online, you will need to set up an account with a user I.D. (which is your e-mail address) and password. If are already in our system from a previous workshop, you'll be taken to the registration form.
Or, fax your completed registration form to 785-532-2422.
To register by mail, send your completed form** to: Radon Workshop, K-State Global Campus, Kansas State University, 1615 Anderson Avenue, Manhattan, KS 66502.
**For mail-in form, please see page 3 of course flyer.
Call the Conferences and Non-Credit Programs Registration Office at 785-532-5569 or 1-800-432- 8222 or e-mail email@example.com for registration information. Please include the name of the event in the subject line of your e-mail. For course content questions, call Bruce Snead at 785-532-4992.
You can pay by check on site, by credit card ahead of time or we can invoice your firm. Upon receipt of registration you will be sent an electronic confirmation letter and map.
**For our cancellation policy, please see course flyer.
A conference or noncredit program participant who needs accommodations due to a disability or who has special dietary requirements should indicate services needed at the time of registration. If you have further questions please contact the Conference Registration Office 785-532-5569 or 1-800-432-8222. Early notification is requested, by August 25 to ensure that accommodations can be provided in a timely manner.