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  1. Indoor Environmental Quality (I-P), 4.0 PDHs (AIA), (GBCI)

    Indoor Environmental Quality (I-P), 4.0 PDHs (AIA), (GBCI)

    $50.00

    This course provides an overview of maintaining thermal conditions and new building design ideas. (I-P), 4.0 PDHs. AIA and GBCI approved.

    Type: Individual Course

    Non-Member Price: $50.00

    Member Price: $42.00

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  2. Standard 62.1-2007: Recirculating and Treating Indoor Air, (I-P), 1.7 PDHs (AIA)

    Standard 62.1-2007: Recirculating and Treating Indoor Air, (I-P), 1.7 PDHs (AIA)

    $50.00

    This course describes the different classes of air and defines the scope set by Std. 62.1 for re-circulation of air. (I-P), 1.7 PDHs . AIA approved.

    Type: Individual Course

    Non-Member Price: $50.00

    Member Price: $42.00

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  3. Ethics for the Built Environment Professional Engineer (Dual), 2.0 PDHs (AIA)

    Ethics for the Built Environment Professional Engineer (Dual), 2.0 PDHs (AIA)

    $50.00

    This course provides the practitioner an overview of Engineering Ethics, including providing key definitions and explaining the common ethical thought constructs and philosophical analysis tools. Also discussed is the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Code of Ethics, as well as the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Code of Ethics. (Dual), 2.0 PDHs. AIA approved.

    This course can be used by ASHRAE chapters for group learning. However, the final exam can only be completed by the person who purchased the course. For more information, email: eLearning.ashrae.org

    Type: Individual Course

    Non-Member Price: $50.00

    Member Price: $42.00

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  4. School of Hard Knocks: Controlling Moisture & Humidity in Buildings (Dual), 3.0 PDHs (AIA)

    School of Hard Knocks: Controlling Moisture & Humidity in Buildings (Dual), 3.0 PDHs (AIA)

    $50.00

    This course shows how dry buildings are healthier and more resilient, comfortable and energy-efficient than damp or moldy buildings. Dry buildings have better indoor air quality, and also cost less to operate, last longer, and hold less financial and professional risk for their designers and builders, given that moisture problems are the leading cause of claims against errors and omissions insurance of architects, engineers and contractors 3.0 PDHs. AIA approved.

    Type: Individual Course

    Non-Member Price: $50.00

    Member Price: $42.00

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