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Toxic Mold Course Series Available Online

April 16, 2003
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TAMPA, Fla. — Responding to the demand for education and training on health and safety topics, RedVector.com has unveiled an online course series focusing on toxic mold. The curriculum covers detection, prevention, and guidelines, as well as remediation in schools and public buildings. RedVector.com (www.redvector.com) specializes in online education for professionals in the engineering, architectural, construction, surveying, interior design, building inspection, and landscape architecture industries.

The toxic mold course series joins more than 1,700 technical online courses offered on RedVector.com. According to Brent A. Craven, president and chief operating officer, “We are averaging more than 100 hours of new courses every month, and this fresh content is a direct result of specific topic requests from our customers. In addition, RedVector.com performs research and surveys to uncover what areas are the most underserved — having the ability to develop courses on an unlimited number of topics, from soft skills topics like project management to more technical programs like the toxic mold series.

“Our ability to custom-create courses on the industry’s hottest topics is the reason many corporations have turned to RedVector.com for employee training at all levels.”

RedVector.com is headquartered in Tampa with regional branch operations in Atlanta, New York, Florida, and the Carolinas.

Publication date: 04/21/2003

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