As of 2015, online courses in bio-hazard cleaning take approximately 21 to 26 hours to complete. Traditional training courses can take anywhere from four to five days, each day consisting of six to eight hours of training.
The company Amdecon offers online courses for bio-hazard cleaning certification that do not require going to an actual classroom and traditionally cost less than classroom courses.
Companies such as BioTrauma911, an Indianapolis-based education program, offers extensive training in bio-hazard cleaning at a brick-and-mortar building. These classroom training sessions traditionally cost more money, as attendees must pay for lodging and travel costs if there is no training available in their city.