Course: BOC 1005 Part 1 Indoor Environmental Quality
Participants will learn about the causes of indoor environmental quality (IEQ) problems and the relationships between cause, control, occupant sensitivity, and ventilation to develop a reliable method of diagnosis and remediation.
- Indoor Environmental Quality Overview
- Fundamentals of Indoor Environmental Quality
- Preventing IEQ Problems
- Effective Communication
- Course Project
At the completion of Indoor Environmental Quality, a participant will be able to:
- Describe the key factors that determine indoor environmental quality in commercial buildings.
- Identify basic air handling equipment and implications for thermal comfort and indoor air quality.
- List the elements of a basic indoor environmental quality program and assist in creating one.
- Describe the relationship between moisture, mold, and ventilation.
- List the procedures to effectively manage indoor air quality concerns and complaints.
- Communicate effectively with occupants about IEQ issues.
- Identify a minimum of two information resources for managing IEQ.
- Commercial building operators and maintenance staff
- Energy managers, resources conservation managers, facility managers
- 1.0 BOC Credit
Intermediate Class: Content is appropriate for individuals who possess a fundamental understanding of the topic and have familiarity with basic terminology and methodology of the subject matter. Attendees should have the capacity to participate in instructor-led exercises requiring synthesis and application of concepts.
This is a Zoom class and internet access is required.
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