Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) for Residential & Small Commercial

Who would benefit from this course?

HVAC technicians, designers

What you will learn

This 2-day course introduces participants to the basic concepts of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), reviewing contaminants/air pollutants in the built environment and the role of ventilation and filtration in addressing occupant health and comfort. Careful consideration of building materials/components and systems which may impact IAQ, prior to or during construction, offers the greatest opportunity to control the indoor environment.

Instructors will discuss the potential to minimize and or mitigate indoor contaminants through thoughtful design and operation of residential buildings and their mechanical systems. Attendees will receive an overview of instrument categories/test and sampling kits used to identify the types and extent of potential IAQ problems, and learn the systematic process of engaging in an indoor environmental quality survey.

THE BEST PART: The IAQ course is structured as an interactive format, where students participate in workshops and complete various assignments based on existing codes, standards, guidelines and established good practice. This course would be of benefit to builder representatives, particularly those involved in building design, sustainability and sales.

You might also like to check out these courses:

Residential Heat Loss/Heat Gain Calculations

Residential Air System Design

Small Commercial Heat Loss/Heat Gain Calculations

For any assistance, please call 1-800-267-2231 ext. 241.

When and where is the course?

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Eastern Canada:

Dartmouth, NS - May 30 - 31
Fredericton, NB - June 13 - 14



London - February 12 - 13

What is the cost?

HRAI Member: $550.00 + taxes
Non-Member: $780.00 + taxes

HRAI Training may be eligible for partial fee reimbursement under the Canada Job Grant Fund Program.  Check with your provincial job grant body for more details.

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