Air Systems Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) to the ACR Standard Training Course

Date/Time: Monday, March 8, 2021 - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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NADCA’s ASCS certification was developed to recognize those industry professionals involved in the proper cleaning of HVAC systems. An Air System Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) is qualified to serve as a project manager for residential and commercial HVAC cleaning and restoration projects. The ASCS certificate holder also qualifies as a Ventilation System Mold Remediator (VSMR). Further, while not required, this individual is expected to possess the knowledge, skills and abilities of someone who has been performing this type of work for three years.

Benefits of ASCS certification
For Employees:
This landmark certification enhances one’s professional development and is also a world-wide credential
recognizing a person’s knowledge and skills related to HVAC system hygiene. ASCS Certification can benefit you professionally in many ways, including:
• Increased compensation
• Enhanced career mobility and marketability
• Increased recognition to employers, customers and industry peers
For Employers:
Today, many job specifications require that a certified ASCS be on a project. Having an ASCS certified technician on staff can benefit your company in many ways, including:
• Meeting bid specifications
• Attracting more customers
• Meeting the ASCS requirement for NADCA membership

Prerequisites for Becoming Certified
The ASCS Certification Exam is open to the public. There are no pre-requisites and anyone who wishes to
obtain the ASCS credential can sit for the exam. However, it is recommended that a test taker have field
experience and industry knowledge prior to taking the ASCS exam.

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