Thursday, October 20, 2016

EHS Courses in New York Offered by New Zack Academy Training Partner

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Fort Lauderdale, FL (October 20, 2016) - Zack Academy (www.ZackAcademy.com), a leading provider of career-oriented training and certification courses, announced today that it will include courses offered by Environmental Education Associates in its catalog of class listings.

Based in Buffalo, NY, Environmental Education Associates (EEA) offers accredited environmental and safety courses throughout New York, such as Lead Renovator Certification, Asbestos Certification and Mold Abatement Certification.

EEA's popular Lead Renovator Certification Initial class covers lead safety training and the required certification exam for contractors doing work in pre-1978 homes and child-occupied facilities. Emphasis is placed on teaching standards recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency.

"Environmental Education Associates is a staple in the environmental and safety training community in New York. This partnership brings another exemplary trainer with a proven history and expands our asbestos, mold, and lead renovation course offerings," said Zachary Rose, founder and CEO of Zack Academy.

About Zack Academy: 
Zack Academy is a leading online marketplace for career-oriented training and certification courses, offering classes and seminars across the United States in areas including software and programming training; construction; contractor licensing and renewal; lead, asbestos and mold certification; LEED exam prep; stormwater and water management; solar training; cleaning/restoration/water damage; business practices; analytics; and more. Zack Academy provides a one-stop shop for career and certification training in partnership with hundreds of local training companies across the United States.

About Environmental Education Associates, Inc:
Environmental Education Associates, Inc. (EEA) offers over fifty accredited environmental and safety training courses, in asbestos, lead, hazardous materials and mold. Each course accreditations are issued by a local, state or national government agency to meet regulatory requirements for personnel engaged in specific environmental investigation, management or clean-up activities. EEA also offers awareness or other required training that is based on agency regulations or guidance. EEA instructors are approved or individually accredited to provide training under our authority, or as approved by a specific agency.

Release Contact:
Peter Sfraga
Marketing Manager
646-564-3792

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