New Online On-Demand Courses: IAQ-Mechanical Ventilation and Construction Math

EnergySmart Institute announces two new online, on-demand courses to the course catalog:

Indoor Air Quality and Mechanical Ventilation - 5 RESNET CEUs

This online, on-demand training class is targeted to HERS Raters, RFIs and Code Officials; but will be interesting to anyone who breathes while inside their residence. You will learn all about Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), carbon monoxide production, and mechanical ventilation systems. It also explains code calculations for required ventilation air and changes to those codes over the years, including how to take measured air infiltration into account and what you need to know to test and verify the air flow of mechanical ventilation systems according to the latest residential codes.

https://energysmartinstitute.com/indoor-air-quality-and-mechanical-...

Construction Math

There are many uses for Construction Math, from Building Science to Real Estate to Construction. This course will help you dust off and expand your math skills with a focus on residential construction. You will learn how to take accurate measurements in the field and how to determine accurate measurements on plans as well as how to calculate area and volume for basic and more advanced shapes and construction features such as hip roofs and spiral staircase or turret walls. Top it all off with a primer on generating scale drawings and what should be included in those drawings. If you work with any type of construction, this course will help you ensure your calculations are accurate.

https://energysmartinstitute.com/construction-math/

These courses were developed by the Accurate Rater Network and offered in an online, on-demand format that allows students to take the courses anytime they want and at the pace they want.

To learn more please visit: 

https://energysmartinstitute.com/

Tags: accuracy, air, caz, construction, flow, iaq, math, monoxide, residential, ventilation

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