Earn Professional CEUs by Attending a Conference on Your Computer?

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IAQ & Energy 2018 is the industry’s first hybrid Live In-person/Online event! We’re taking the MIAQC’s 19th annual regional conference to new levels, with an expanded group of presentations from leading industry experts, the option to attend either In-person in Portland, ME or Online via a live-streamed video—plus, the added value of access for all attendees to video recordings from the sessions after the event, included in the registration price! You can also earn Professional CEUs from BPI, ACAC and other organizations for attending in-person or online!

IAQ & Energy 2018 has a ton of value to anyone involved with indoor environmental, building performance, or energy/sustainable building practices. This conference is known for its great content and surprisingly low cost. How can we make it even better? Expanded content, new Online Attendee option, and now, a discounted price! We’ve created a special code for 15% off an In-person Attendee Registration or 20% off an Online Attendee Registration, that we offering you, your clients, and colleagues, to encourage you to attend the conference. Use code: HEALTHYIN18 to get discounted pricing on your conference registration. Learn more at: https://iaqnet.lpages.co/iaq-energy-2018-conference-special-offer-h...

You can see the full conference program line up at: https://IAQandENERGY.com

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