Indoor Air Quality Specialist
When I started into my business using ozone and treating odors more than a decade ago. I gradually saw the need to do more than treat odors. As an aspiring professional with hopes of building a very profitable business, I tried all types of products. I even dared to talk to dozens of the more successful people in the industry. I discovered that a lot of the hype on the Internet was only partially true and heavily weighted with hype. Ozone generator promoters promise anything to sell their machines and offered little more than a leaflet to help their customers get started.
Odors and ozone is a small segment of the larger industry called Indoor Air Quality. There is an eco-environment in every building that may be invisible but has huge implications on lifestyle and long-term health. Yes, odors are the more objectable aspect we may encounter, but there is so much more.
There are particulates from many sources including mold spores. There are bacteria and viruses. Then are a great variety of contaminants and pollutants. We are told that indoor air can often be five times more polluted than the outside air. Commercial buildings and homes are closed systems that recycle the same air, though filtered, throughout building day-after-day. If you are astute enough to see the immense opportunity here, you might want to take our IAQ Specialist course.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Expand Your Expertise and Your Profits as an IAQ Specialist ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
As you will eventually learn, customer problems go well beyond odor removal. VOCs, sick buildings, MCS, pollutants, contaminants, are the kind of problems that happen every day. 30% of mold inspection requests are not mold issues, but IAQ problems. There are now affordable meters that diagnose IAQ problems in realtime. Knowing how to diagnose and treat these problems makes you a true professional.
This extensive course includes the common health concerns that are part of the Indoor Air Quality challenge. The air is the shared medium that may bring a myriad of health threats to homes, offices, schools, medical facilities, gyms, and businesses.
There is just so much information we choose to pack into one course. And, learning is progressive. Therefore, the IAQ Specialist course is the basis for mastering key elements found in everyday life. The more specific courses we offer anticipate that you have a knowledge of filter types, HVAC systems, and how to treat various types of indoor threats.
As a Bonus, we include the IAQ OSHA training that broadens your understanding of IAQ issues and the best solutions. So, you now have the OSHA training that expands your ability to treat all types of IAQ issues. We include a variety of supporting documentation that gives you more than training. These documents provide independent research to support that customers will appreciate.
The Indoor Air Quality Specialist course is 100% online with an exam. Upon completion, we will mail you a professional certificate.