Healthy Heating, Courses for Building Professionals
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educational programs on indoor environmental quality

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Robert Bean, R.E.T, P.L.(Eng.)Building Science /Industry Development
ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer (2007-11)
ASHRAE Learning Institute Instructor
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Learn how radiant based HVAC fits into many of the metrics defined within the LEED(TM) program.

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HRAI of Canada, Indoor Air Quality Awareness Course.
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Become certified or earn PDH's or LU's with these courses developed by Robert Bean for HRAI, AIA and ASHRAE.


2010 Program - American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Program

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2010 Fall Program - Professional Development - Continuing Education

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What does it mean to be certified?

The certification process includes a decertification process meaning individuals not meeting the continuing requirements can have their certification revoked. Consumers can trigger the process with their letters of concern to the issuing association .

Though certification is not a guarantee for quality designs and installations, it is one of several ways of checking the qualifications of those working on your project.

Be advised, having a certificate of completion is not the same as being certified which is enforced by a contractual agreement.

Before you decide on a designer/contractor check their memberships and training with the groups listed below:

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