Mould Training - Mould Awareness

Greencap's Mould Awareness Course equips attendees with the knowledge and skills to understand the health impacts and hazards of mould and dampness exposure in residential or commercial environments.

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This session provides participants with the foundation knowledge and basic skills required to understand the health impacts and hazard of mould and dampness exposure in a residential or commercial environment.

Participants will learn how to apply the basic understandings of how mould grows and under what conditions do they thrive, to the assessment of health hazards and material / property damage. Participants will learn about exposure mechanisms and how to protect themselves through the use of respiratory and personal protective equipment and gain the basic principles of mould cleaning for small and simple projects.


Course Dates:

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Course Outline:

  • Mould Ecology and Morphology
  • Health Effects and Personal Protective Equipment
  • Fundamentals of Assessment & Cleaning
  • Case Studies



A Certificate of Participation is issued on successful completion.



Assessment will take place during the 3.5 hour allocated training session and will be in the form of a question and answer written knowledge test.


Delivery Method:

The course will be delivered face to face through various methods which may include; demonstration, practical exercises, project work, role play or research exercises and delivery of declarative knowledge. PowerPoint slides, video and DVD presentations may also be utilised. Delivery strategies will be contextualized to focus on the needs and specific requirements of participant working in the industry.



3.5 Hours


Max Students:









Pre-entry Requirements:

Language, literacy and numeracy are required to complete the training and assessment.



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