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Why are new Indoor Air Quality metrics needed?
Recent indoor air quality research is redefining the levels of pollutants that impact our health, cognition and productivity. This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

Breathe Easy - Strategies to Support Healthy Indoor Air
In this one-hour course, the participant will discover the importance of high quality indoor air, factors that contribute to quality, and strategies to support the health of construction workers and occupants.

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

Sustainable HVAC: Using Air Movement in Air Conditioned Buildings
The innovative HVAC design strategy that pairs traditional air conditioning with energy-efficient air movement permits a substantial offset of necessary HVAC capacity and likewise improves air quality.

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

Dynamic ventilation reset strategies
In this webinar, we will discuss dynamic ventilation control strategies to vary the amount of outdoor air brought into the building as operating conditions change.

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

IAQ Construction Management Advanced
This course focuses on implementing the Construction IAQ Management Plan, building team cohesion, monitoring of the project, maintaining site cleanliness, and implementation of our WIPP to avoid water issues.

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

Comparison of HRV, ERV and Smart Ventilation Systems - What's the best?
The course will provide a description of residential HRV (Heat Recovery Ventilator), ERV (Energy or Enthalpy Recovery Ventilator) and Smart DCV (Demand Control Ventilation) systems.

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

IAQ Construction Management
Construction Indoor Air Quality Management - Core is course one of two that focus on how successful maintaining the indoor air quality on a project, not just at the completion, but throughout construction and even during design.

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

Clean, Fresh Air: Getting What We Need
Human health probably benefits from more fresh air than current ventilation standards require. But pulling in outdoor air can mean pulling in pollution. In this course, BuildingGreen will share the latest science surrounding the issue of indoor air quality (IAQ).

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

LEED for Healthcare v2009 - IEQ Credit 3.1
Wondering how the Indoor Environmental Quality credit 3.1 - Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan - During Construction (IEQc3.1) is unique in LEED for Healthcare v2009? This 30-minute course walks participants through the key features of the credit and highlights the unique aspects of IEQc3.1 in new construction LEED for Healthcare projects. You will learn about key components, steps, team members and credit documentation.

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

Understanding and Improving Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) – VOC eating drywall
The course focuses on airborne pollutants and chemicals associated with adverse health effects. Participants who complete this course will be able to identify common contaminants and design appropriate remediation strategies, as well as identify emerging product capture technologies.

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

Computational Fluid Dynamics: Practical Applications
The presentation will demonstrate how Computational Fluid Dynamics modeling can be used to predict real-world conditions and aid in design decisions.

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

Indoor Air Quality
This module is designed to introduce aspects of creating and a healthy indoor environment, as well as pitfalls to avoid that are specific to common air quality threats, and methods to maintain above average air quality.

This course counts towards the indoor air quality badge.

Why are new Indoor Air Quality metrics needed?
Breathe Easy - Strategies to Support Healthy Indoor Air
Dynamic ventilation reset strategies
IAQ Construction Management Advanced
Comparison of HRV, ERV and Smart Ventilation Systems - What's the best?
IAQ Construction Management
Clean, Fresh Air: Getting What We Need
LEED for Healthcare v2009 - IEQ Credit 3.1
Computational Fluid Dynamics: Practical Applications
Indoor Air Quality