Four Hour Credit Radon Training for Realtors

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N.C. Cooperative Extension-Richmond County Center is hosting a 4-hour elective course for licensed North Carolina real estate brokers on April 26,2023. The time is from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. The course will be offered at the AG Services Center, 123 Caroline Street, Suite 100, Rockingham, NC 28379. This course has been offered for over 3 years with hundreds of real estate brokers completing this approved 4-hour elective. You may register for this course by visiting

The North Carolina Real Estate Commission regards the level of 4 pCi/L or more to be a material fact. The NC REC requires that licensed real estate brokers representing buyers or sellers share knowledge of an indoor radon test level of being equal to or greater than 4 or more pico Curies per liter (4 pCi/L).

This course is meant to empower licensed real estate brokers with information and materials that will assist them in explaining to their clients why testing for radon is important, best practices for radon testing, and strategies for lowering radon levels.

All building types in all areas of North Carolina have the potential for elevated radon levels. This course will, therefore, address testing and mitigation strategies for single-family homes, multi-family homes, and large buildings.

This course will be taught by the NC Department of Health and Human Services Radon Program Coordinator Phillip Gibson. The NC Radon Program is certified by the NC Real Estate Commission as an educator. In addition to serving as the NC Radon Program Coordinator, Phillip is also licensed by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission as a real estate broker-in-charge and certified as an instructor for this approved elective.

Participants of this course will receive 4 elective credits approved by the NC REC and a toolkit composed of digital materials and a prepared year-long social media campaign.

For additional information, you may contact Phillip Gibson at 828-712-0972 or email