waldenburg international college
 Superior Service. Flexible Programs. Extraordinary Value. One of the nation’s first completely online colleges .Waldenburg International College registered as an International College in The united State . (WIC) registered in Delaware The united State of America No 4900525 , desiring to comply with the requirements of 6 Del C. Section 18-201 and the other provisions of Act, 6 Del C. Section 18-101 . ) The Secretary of State of Delaware issued a certificate of good standing for Waldenburg International College LLC whose file number is 4900525 on 05/26/2011
 

 

 

waldenburg international college accredited by The American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC)

The American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC) is North America's premier independent certifying body. ACAC's certifications focus on indoor air quality and related disciplines. 

 

New York Recognizes ACAC

 

The New York Toxic Mold Task Force has released its draft report. The document says state agencies should consider using American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC) certifications for state mold licensing.  For the Indoor Environment Connections front page report on this story, please visit http://www.ieconnections.com/index.asp.

 

Florida Utilizes ACAC Examinations

 

The State of Florida has chosen ACAC to provide the initial licensure examination for mold assessor and mold remediator.  All who seek initial licensure by examination in Florida must take and pass one of six ACAC examinations; however Florida does not require ACAC certification for licensure.

 

Arkansas Requires ACAC Certifications

 

Those seeking a license involving mold inspections within the State of Arkansas must have at least 20 hours of applicable college credits or a Council-certified Microbial Consultant, Council-certified Indoor Environmental Consultant or Certified Industrial Hygienist certification.

 

Maryland Requires ACAC Certifications

 

Maryland's mold laws not only require accredited certifications such as those of ACAC -- they specifically disallow those granted by trade associations.