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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Ventilation and Air Sealing's Impact on Indoor Air Quality

Through the DOE Building America program, GTI, the University of Illinois, and MEEA are studying the impact that strategic air sealing and the introduction of supply and exhaust ventilation has on energy consumption and indoor air quality.

Instructor: Jason LaFleur, Paul Francisco

Indoor Air Quality Sensors Test Method

With increased focus on health and indoor air quality, the industry has seen a boom of low-cost indoor air quality sensor systems that measure a variety of pollutants and other substances. These sensors are being using in a wide array of applications, often being included in consumer IAQ feedback devices, and even sometimes being used to control demand-responsive ventilation. Newport and HVI will share the technical work performed to develop these standards as well as the future of industry efforts to bring certification of IAQ sensor systems to the market.

Instructor: Joe Nebbia, Matt Matheny

"Walk the Wok" in the Year of the Ox: An "Electric" Chinese New Year Cooking and Ventilation Celebra

Chef Rachelle Boucher of Kitchens to Life cooks her favorite Chinese New Year dishes as two of the top experts in Indoor Air Quality bring a fresh perspective to traditional cooking and the vital role of ventilation in today's homes.

Instructor: Rachelle Boucher, Brady Seals, Alex Siow

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
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