Indoor Air Quality Courses

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Below is a sample of Indoor Air Quality courses available on the EEBA Academy:
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Complete Radon Mitigation

Building codes are steadily increasing the requirements for building envelope airtightness, along with mechanical ventilation. One aspect that is critical in tighter building construction is the need for maintaining a healthy indoor air environment.

Instructor: Randy Nicklas

Healthier Homes Awareness for Building Professionals Certification

We are excited to share with you an opportunity that EEBA is spearheading alongside Allergy Standards, Ltd, Construction Instruction, and Trane Technologies.

Instructor: Gord Cooke and Dr. John McKeon
CEUs: 7 AIA LU|HSW, 3.5 BPI, 7 NARI, 7 NAHB, and 7 RESNET credits

Approaches for Effective Isolation Space Control to Minimize Airborne Transmission of Contaminants i

If a person sharing a home with others is infected with a virus, how can I prevent it from spreading to other members of the household? Existing evidence strongly suggests that viral infectious diseases can be transmitted via an airborne route across distances in indoor environments. Accordingly, sharing indoor space in the presence of infected individuals poses a major risk in the transmission of the disease. This webinar will present several low-cost, easy-to-implement control strategies to potentially mitigate the airborne transmission of infectious aerosols in a single-family house.

Instructor: Dr. Tanvir Khan

COVID-Safe Ventilation and Airflow Strategies for Homes and Other Buildings

In October, the CDC acknowledged that the SARS-CoV-2 virus can be spread by airborne transmission of lightweight aerosol particles that can remain suspended in the air over long distances and time. In this online meeting, Bill Warren will discuss how we can use building science principles to reduce our exposure risk to COVID aerosols inside homes and other building types.

Instructor: Bill Warren
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