Looking for training courses?
Oregon Health Authority maintains an online training calendar
for Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) and Lead-based Paint Activities (LBPA) training courses.
Class schedules are subject to change. This list may not include all training courses. Please contact providers directly for more information on pricing, course availability and scheduling.
Enrolling in a refresher course?
You MUST have a valid initial training certificate to be eligible for a refresher course. If your certificate expires before the date of the course you wish to take, you will need to take the initial class again. Anyone enrolling in a refresher course must submit a copy of your initial training certificate to the training provider.
What if I don’t have my initial training certificate?
If you do not have your initial training certificate, contact the training provider that taught the initial course to obtain a copy. If you do not know the name of the training provider, call the Oregon Lead-based Paint Program for assistance at 971-673-0440.
Accredited Training Providers
Click here for a list of training providers accredited by the Oregon Health Authority to provide RRP training courses in the State of Oregon: Oregon Lead-based Paint Accredited Training Providers (pdf).
Please contact training providers directly for more information on pricing, course availability and scheduling.
Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Training
Initial RRP training is an 8-hour course that includes hands-on training. Course participants receive a completion certificate valid for 5 years.
Refresher RRP training is an 4-hour course that includes hands-on training and is available for individuals whose 5-year RRP training certificate has not yet expired.
Lead-based Paint Activities (LBPA) Training (lead abatement, inspection, and risk assessment)
The required number of hours for Initial LBPA training courses varies by discipline as listed below. Course participants receive a completion certificate valid for 5 years. All Initial courses include hands-on training.
- Lead Inspector: 24 hours
- Risk Assessor: 16 hours (prerequisite: Lead Inspector course certificate)
- Abatement Worker: 16 hours
- Supervisor: 32 hours
- Project Designer: 16 hours
Refresher LBPA training is a minimum seven-hour training course (or four hours for project designer) that includes hands-on training and is available for individuals whose 5-year LBPA training certificate has not yet expired.