The primary objective of the mold training course is to provide course participants with skills and background information to enable them Recognize Indoor Mold, Design Effective Sampling Strategies, Interpret Laboratory Results and Understand the Current Mold Guidelines.
The MBL Mold Training Course provides insight into the causes of mould growth and control, the most important indoor moulds, including important species of Penicillium, Aspergillus, Fusarium, Trichoderma, Cladosporium, Mucor, Rhizopus, Alternaria and Scopulariopsis and also mycotoxins that may occur in an indoor environment.
Participants will learn in detail the methods used to investigate mould growth in buildings, types of samples as well as how to interpret laboratory results. The mold course provides a basic understanding of the biology of moulds.
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Dr. Jackson Kung'u works for MBL, a laboratory that specializes in identification and enumeration of mold and bacteria commonly detected in air, fluids and bulk samples collected from homes, schools, offices, hospitals, industrial, agricultural, and other work environments. Jackson also provides a unique Mold Training Course on How to Recognize Indoor Mold, Develop Effective Sampling Strategies, Interpret Laboratory Results and how to Control Mold Growth.