Clearwater, FL. -- Pure Air Control Services and Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory (EDLab), an AIHA accredited laboratory, announce the highly successful Clearwater summer IAQ training course: Advanced Indoor Environmental Quality Training designed to provide quality IEQ training solutions for individuals involved with inspection, assessment, remediation, identification, resolution, and loss prevention associated with mold and indoor air quality challenges in buildings and homes. The training is held at The IAQ Learning Institute in Clearwater, FL.
Attendees have been exceptionally pleased with the course curriculum and speakers. Comments from past attendees include:
•“The speakers are very knowledgeable on mold and IAQ” - Healthcare Official past attendee
•“…the seminar it was very much worth my time” - Home Inspector past attendee
•“…the seminar effective at presenting basics AND transitioned to more sophisticated information” - County Government Official past attendee
The Advanced Indoor Environmental Quality training program focuses on Health and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ), Temperature and Humidity, Ventilation and IEQ, Aspects of Indoor Environmental Quality, Usefulness of Testing, Sampling and Testing Methods, Data Collection, Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality Data Interpretation, First Responders, Sampling Plan, Building Assessments, Pollutants and Moisture Sources and Case Studies. Common indoor air allergens and irritants are discussed, including molds (toxins), pollens, fungal spores, fibers, dander, insect biodetritis, dust allergens, and others.
The Advanced Indoor Environmental Quality training program is scheduled for July 14-15 2011 from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm.
Participants in the program are assured the highest quality of instruction available utilizing the services and training of the Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory, an American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) EMLAP Accredited laboratory. Instruction is provided by Certified Indoor Air Quality Professionals (CIAQP) with over 25 years experience in the industry.
To find out more about The Advanced Indoor Environmental Quality training program Johnny Vree 1-800-422-7873 ext 805. Call or email firstname.lastname@example.org today as seating per session is limited.
What: Advanced Indoor Environmental Quality Training
When: July 14-15, 2011
Where: IAQ Learning Institute @ Pure Air Control Services/EDLab headquarters
4911 Creekside Dr.
Clearwater, FL. 33760
1-800-422-7873 ext 805
Cost: $750/per person
Course instructors include:
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Seating is limited so sign up early. Fax completed form to 727-572-5859
For more information about our IEQ/Mold educational seminars contact:
Cy Garner or Johnny Vree, (800) 422-7873 ext.804
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