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How Can I Further My Career in the Mold Industry?

If you are currently working as a mold remediator or assessor and want to further your career, you have come to the right place! Taking that next step to help your business grow right now will allow you to reap all kinds of benefits down the road. With that being said, here is how you can further your career in the mold industry!

Get Your License

When a client is communicating with you about a potential job, one of the things that will come up frequently is whether or not you have credentials. While it is true that you do not need a license to work in the mold industry, it will be exponentially more difficult to grow if you do not have one. If you have never pursued one before, then consider taking a short course in your area before the exam. This ensures that you will pass with flying colors and will put you well on your way to furthering your career.

Build a Relationship with Your Clients

A mold business is nothing without its clients. If you are failing to bring in new business, there’s a good chance that your reviews are not what they should be. Along with fixing someone’s mold problem, you should make sure that you bring a positive atmosphere to the job. Treating your clients with respect and kindness will lead to a better image forming around your business. Referrals and good reviews will not come if you are rude on the job, ultimately leading to stagnation in your career.

Adapting to the Things Around You

As each year passes by, more and more methods are being developed to optimize a mold assessor’s job. New technology is being introduced that can more accurately pinpoint where a homeowner’s mold issues are. Because of this, you must adapt to these recent trends and make use of them. Staying up to date with the things around you shows your customer that you are constantly improving your business and delivering them the best services possible. 

Looking for a Training Institute?

If you aren’t sure how to take classes or the licensing examination, call us today. The National Environmental Training Institute (NETI) is a state-certified training company offering Mold Remediator and Mold Assessor training. NETI also provides continuing education units (CEU’s), certification, and licensing. 

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