Don't see the credits you need? Contact the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council at:
IAQ & Energy is making the following credits available.
National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) - Approved for 1 CE credit per radon program- Sessions 242 (Radon Fact or Fiction?) and PR08 (Radon Guide for Health Care Practitioners.)
American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH)- All sessions at IAQ & Energy 2020 qualify for ABIH credits. Self-report with Certificates of Attendance.
American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC)- All sessions at IAQ & Energy 2020 qualify for ACAC credit. One hour of credit awarded per session. Self-report with Certificates of Attendance.
American Institute of Architects (AIA) - An application has been submitted for live streaming programs. Pre-recorded programs cannot be approved for AIA credit.
American Society of Home Inspection Professionals (ASHI): All 41 sessions at IAQ & Energy 2020 have been approved for continuing education credit.
Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)- All sessions at IAQ & Energy 2020 qualify for AEE credit. You must self report with Certificates of Attendance. Credits calculated as follows: Multiply the total number of training/contact hours by 0.2. Example: attend/watch 8 contact hours at IAQ & Energy = 1.6 AEE credits.
Building Operator Certification (BOC)- All sessions at IAQ & Energy 2020 qualify for BOC credits. One hour of credit award for each session. Self-report with Certificates of Attendance.
Building Performance Institute (BPI)- All sessions at IAQ & Energy 2020 have been approved for BPI credits. See BPI portal for more credit information. (Credits vary by program)
Code Enforcement: All programs have been approved for credit. Up to 41 credits available.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - Application processed through University of Maine System, but credits universal to other institutes of higher learning. Approved for up to 4 CEU's. Paperwork and Certificates of Attendance must be submitted to the University of Maine.
Continuing Legal Education (Maine)- All sessions at IAQ & Energy 2020 have been approved for MCLE credits in Maine, for a total of 41 possible hours of credit. Program number: 056644. Reciprocity with other states may be available. Check with your home state.
Energy Auditors - Use BPI above to calculate available credits.
Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) - All sessions at IAQ & Energy 2020 has been submitted for IICRC credits. Self-report with Certificates of Attendance. Approved for 14 credits. Contact Alison Caulfield, MIAQC Education Coordinator, for submission instructions.)
International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI)- All sessions at IAQ & Energy 2020 qualify for InterNACHI credits. One hour of credit awarded for each session attended. Self-report with Certificates of Attendance.
Maine Board of Pesticides Control: The following 6 sessions have been approved by the Maine Board of Pesticides.
Session 111 - IAQ Mold Assessments: More Than Just A Test - 1 credit
Session 121 - Mold Clearance Testing: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - 1 credit
Session 241 - Panel Debate: Should antimicrobial chemicals be routinely used in mold remediation projects? - 1 credit
Session 331 - How Clean is Clean? - 1 credit
Session 3200 - Keynote: Living in a Material World- How the Surfaces Around You Affect What You Breathe - 1 credit
PR-14 - IAQ Tests for Building Insulated with SPF - What the Tests Don't Tell You - 1 credit
Maine State Radon Section: The following programs have been approved. Self-report with Certificates of Attendance.
Session 242 Radon: A Major Public Health Risk - Fact or Fiction - 1 CEU
PR-08 Radon Guide for Health Care Providers - 1 CEU
Session 221 Everything but the Kitchen Sink… - ½ CEU
Session 251 Indoor Environmental Quality in the COVID-19 Age - ½ CEU
PR-01 Humidity Control in Commercial Buildings - ½ CEU
PR-06 ERVs and HRVs… - ½ CEU
PR-07 Air Exchange in Existing Homes... - ½ CEU
PR-13 Indoor Air Quality: How Ventilation…- ½ CEU
PassivHaus (PHIUS):The following 17 programs have been approved by PHIUS. (To get the Verification Codes for each program please contact Alison Caulfield, Education Coordinator for submittal instructions.)
PR-01 Humidity Control in Commercial Buildings - 1 CPHC Credit
PR-03 Pass the IAQ, please: Engaging Vermonters at home - 1 CPHC Credit
PR-04 Thinking Through Water, Air, and Energy Issues in Historic Structures - 1 CPHC Credit
PR-07 Air Exchange in Existing Homes: A Step-by-Step how to. - 1 CPHC Credit
PR-14 IAQ Tests for Building Insulated with SPF - What the Tests Don't Tell You - 1 CPHC Credit
PR-15 Creating Energy plus Health Collaborations - 1 CPHC Credit
PR-16 Money Doesn't Grow on Trees - 1 CPHC Credit
PR-17 Indoor airPLUS Version 2: Humidification and Dehumidification: Methods and Controls - 1 CPHC Credit
PR-18 Residential Energy Efficiency: Putting theories into practice Part 2 - 1 CPHC Credit
Session 141 - COVID-19 Panel Discussion: What We've Learned and What May Lie Ahead - 1 CPHC Credit
Session 2100 - Creating a Mass Market for Net Zero Homes - 1 CPHC Credit
Session 221 - Everything But the Kitchen Sink: The Chemical Complexity of Homes and Its Role in Indoor Air Quality - 1 CPHC Credit
Session 222 - Emerging Role of VRF Technology - 1 CPHC Credit
Session 232 - IEQ and Thermal Comfort: The Next Energy Efficiency Frontier? - 1 CPHC Credit
Session 241 - Panel Debate: Should antimicrobial chemicals be routinely used in mold remediation projects? - 1 CPHC Credit
Session 252 - An HVAC contractor's guide to IAQ - 1 CPHC Credit
Session 311 - Panel Discussion: How EnergieSprong Partnership is Leveraging Net Zero Homes in New York's Pilot Study - 1 CPHC Credit
Professional Engineers (P.E.s)- All sessions at IAQ & Energy 2020 qualify for P.E. credits. Available in all states except New York. Self-report with Certificates of Attendance.
Real Estate (Maine): Most, but not all, of the sessions at IAQ & Energy have been pre-approved for real estate credits by the Maine Real Estate Commission. (A list of the sessions NOT approved for credit are listed here: Sessions 112, 121, 141, 221, 222, 231, 241, 251, 331, 341 Pre-Recorded Sessions PR-01, PR-05, PR-08, PR-09, PR-11, PR-14, PR-17)
How it works in Maine: You must attend/view a minimum of 18 hours of content in order to obtain your 18 credits. There are 24 real estate approved programs to pick from, and you have until September 1, 2021 to complete your sessions and get your credits. (Note: Student Evaluation of Continuing Education Program forms must be submitted for each program attended. Upon completion of your 18 sessions, contact Alison Caulfield, MIAQC Education Coordinator, for submission instructions.)
These credits may transfer to other states. Check with your home state.
U.S. Green Buildings Council (USGBC/LEED) - Only "live-streamed"sessions on October 27-29, 2020 at IAQ & Energy 2020 qualify for USGBC credit. Self-report with Certificates of Attendance.
RESNET- Self-submit Certificates of Attendance for CEU consideration.