Attendees will learn valuable, up-to-date information that will lead to the effective diagnosis, response and management of indoor air quality problems; understand how to identify the causes of IAQ issues, health and environmental issues pertaining to IAQ and how servicing HVAC systems impacts IAQ; learn how to respond to IAQ-related complaints and how to create an effective IAQ action plan.
Seminar topics to be explored include: historical perspective on IAQ; basic concepts; ventilation; HVAC system design and microbial contamination; pressurization; relative humidity and IAQ; environmental allergens; HVAC services and their impact on IAQ; retrofitting HVAC systems; air filtration and industry standards.
Robert S. Kish, CIE, will lead the two-day seminar. Kish has 29 years of experience in the HVAC industry including sales, service, service management and installation. He is a Certified Indoor Environmentalist and has taught at a technical college for nine years. Kish is also President of the IAQ Team LLC.
Seminar registration fees are $350 for RSES members and $375 for non-members through Jan. 11, 2002. Fees will be $450 and $475, respectively, thereafter. For more information, please contact Jean Birch at 847-759-4046 or visit www.rses.org.
RSES is the world's leading education, training and certification association for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration professionals. RSES certification includes the CM/CMS exam series (since 1935), National Technician Certification (NTC - since 1985), and one of the largest EPA Section 608 programs in the industry. Founded in 1933, RSES is a non-profit organization of more than 22,000 members in 428 chapters in the U.S. and Canada, as well as affiliate organizations worldwide. For more information on RSES call 847/297-6464 or visit www.rses.org.