• Building Performance: Improving IAQ in Warm Climates

Building Performance: Improving Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in Warm Climates provides tribal environmental professionals with building science principles and a review of how a home responds as a dynamic system in warm climates. 

Instructors of this online course expect that you have a basic understanding of the relationship between Indoor Air Quality and health.  This online course is equivalent to 1.0 continuing education units (CEUs) and requires approximately ten hours of total learning time. CEUs can be earned by completing the following course topics:

  • Getting to Know Your Warm Climate
  • Diagnosing a Home
  • Warm Climate Building Science Principles
  • Residential Construction Review
  • Assessing Potential Problems
  • Managing Moisture
  • Cooling and Ventilation in Hot Summer Climates
  • Controlling Indoor Air Pollution Sources

After completing this online course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the properties of the climate you are evaluating.
  • Explain how the home responds as a “dynamic system.”
  • Identify basic building science principles in warm climates.  
  • Use science and a common sense approach to assess for potential problems.
  • Manage moisture issues for a healthy home.
  • Discuss cooling and ventilation in a hot summer climate.
  • Create an IAQ home assessment checklist

Presenters and Instructors:

  • Jed Harrison, former Indoor Air Quality/Building Science Researcher/EPA Lab Director
  • Mansel Nelson, Program Manager, Indoor Air Quality in Tribal Communities, Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals

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