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IAQ Management

Programme outline

Indoor Air Quality has become an essential aspect of a building’s performance. It not only influences the human well-being, but is also crucial for the longevity and durability of the HVAC installation itself and the overall condition of a building. The IAQ Management programme consists of three courses: IAQ Supervisor, IAQ Manager and IAQ Specialist, which build on each other and enable Technicians, Engineers, but also Building operators, architects and others to assess the IAQ situation in a building, identify common problems and solutions and design HVAC systems based on the most relevant IAQ parameters.

All courses are physical attendance only.

IAQ Supervisor

Course details

Level 1

2 days

Technicians, facility managers, engineers, building operators, technical management, planners

Maximum 30 people

800 EUR


Course description

Within two days, participants will learn about the basics of IAQ and Air Filtration and its importance in various building environments, identify common pollutants and their origins, and how to assess the situation in a building with particle counters and an inspection of HVAC installations. The course includes a closer look at air filtration processes, HVAC system maintenance and performance characteristics. In practical sessions, participants will learn how to use particle counters and interpret their readings, evaluate different filtration products and look at other IAQ solutions and services offered on the market.

  • Level: 1
  • Duration: 2 days
  • Audience: Technicians, facility managers, engineers, building operators, technical management, planners
  • Capacity: Maximum 30 people
  • Fee: 800 EUR



Day 1

  1. Introduction: Definition & importance
  2. Application sensitivity: Environments and characteristics
  3. Common pollutants: Types and characteristics
  4. Particle characteristics: Size, distribution, shape and density
  5. Air quality data: Collection, reporting & communication, IAQ standards

Practical session

  • Particle counters and usage
  • Interpretation and communication

Day 2

  1. Filtration Processes, Mechanisms & Stages
  2. HVAC systems inspection and maintenance (disposal) / Filter failures
  3. Filter loading and clogging
  4. Performance characteristics

Practical session

  • IAQ solutions and services
  • Q&A


Dates and locations

The courses are organised on regular basis at different locations and can be booked also on demand for a bigger group by companies (please inquire at [email protected]).

Please pre-register for this course here. We will keep you informed about upcoming dates and locations.


Corporate trainings on request

We also offer dedicated courses for public and private organisations, who wish to train more of their personnel. Please contact [email protected] for further information.



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