Application and Recertification Forms
Exam Study Guides
Use the following tools to make customers, government agencies, news outlets and legislators aware of the benefits of ACAC certification.
CESB Pamphlet on Engineering Credentials -- this six-page, full color pamphlet clarifies the relationship between licensing and certification and explains the need for third-party accredited certifications (such as those offered by ACAC).
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.
Tri-fold Marketing Brochures -- these flyers fit neatly into your estimate, invoice or other mailing envelopes. They quickly explain the benefits of hiring professionals with independent, accredited ACAC certifications.
Press Release Template -- download a short list of instructions for submitting press releases to your local news agencies that announce your certification. This document includes links to free online press release outlets as well as a template for creating your own release. Just fill in the blanks with your name and designation and send!
Suggested Language for Legislation -- ACAC has developed legislative language for mold assessment and remediation regulations. This verbiage favors independent, accredited certifications and is the model for current legislation in states like Maryland and Arkansas. Suggest this language to lawmakers when your state begins to consider mold legislation.
Tips for Bids and Submittals -- this two-page document contains valuable hints on finding and competing for lucrative government contracts. Included are tips for locating RFPs, preparing proposals, attending pre-bid conferences, following up with procurement agents and more.
Marketing "Blurbiage" -- a short press release template that explains ACAC's accreditation status and sets you apart as an elite professional. Submit this short article to your local newspaper and raise your company's profile in your area.
Certificant Form Letter to State Legislators -- this form letter introduces you to legislators as an ACAC-certified professional who is concerned that state legislation be developed with the assistance of industry experts. It offers your assistance to legislators or committees involved in indoor air quality legislation.
ACAC Letter to State Legislators -- this letter explaining ACAC's certification standards is signed by Charlie Wiles, ACAC executive director. It offers ACAC's assistance to states developing indoor air quality legislation. Send it to your state and federal legislators to remind them that industry experts should be involved in such legislation.
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.