Application and Recertification Forms
Exam Study Guides
The following publications demonstrate how governments and other associations rely on ACAC certification.
The New York State Toxic Mold Task Force Report -- this 2010 report to the New York state legislature recognizes ACAC certifications. Current New York Assembly Bill A01466 incorporates findings from the Task Force report. (see http://www.acac.org/certify/NY.aspx)
American Lung Association Standard of Care for the NH Mold Industry -- in this 2012 document, the ALA recommends ACAC certifications to consumers and legislators in New Hampshire. The clearly written standard can provide a model for legislative efforts in your state as well.
Unified Facilities Guide Specifications for Mold Remediation -- this Federal specification requires that mold assessments be performed by ACAC certificants or Certified Industrial Hygienists. Making government procurement officers in your area aware of this specification can dramatically increase your visibility in the marketplace.
* The CIEC and CMC programs are
by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies
and the Council for Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB).
* 18 other ACAC programs are accredited by the Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB).
* ACAC examinations are compliant with standards published by APA, AERA and NCME.
* ACAC is a member of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE), formerly known as NOCA.