Accreditations & Continuing Education Credits (2014)
All sessions at the 2014 Maine Indoor Air Quality Conference will have pre-approved continuing education credits. This accreditations page will be updated as approvals are received.
If you have questions about whether or not accreditation is available for your profession, please contact the MIAQC office at (207) 626-8115 or
American Council for Accredited Certification Individuals with ACAC Certifications can self-report their credit hours to ACAC to meet their continuing education requirements. Attendance at either of the pre-conference sessions on April 16 will provide 7.0 credit hours; Attendance at the IAQ conference on April 17 will provide 6.25 credit hours.
Architects - Managing a Moisture Problem in a Large Buildng has been approved for 6.5 AIA credits. Residential Ventilation Strategies has been approved for 6.5 AIA credits. Attendance for the Keynote/Workshop Day qualifies for 5.5 AIA Credits (LU-HSW).
Building Performance Institute - Both programs on seminar day (Residential Ventilation Strategies and Managing Moisture in a Large Building) have been approved for 6.0 BPI credits. The following sessions on Keynote/Workshop Day have been approved for BPI Credit: Sustainability in the Multi-Family Sector (1.25 credits); The Outdoor Fungal Aerosol and its Impact on the Indoor Environment (1.25 credits); The Legal Issues of IAQ (1.25 credits); Mythbusters of IAQ (1.25 credits); IPD Improves IAQ (1.25 credits); IAQ Testing for LEED (1.25 credits); IAQ in Net Zero Homes (1.25 credits); IAQ in Constructoin Projects (1.25 credits); Case Studies of Residential IAQ Problems (1.25 credits); Health Interventions to Improve IAQ (1.25 credits) ; Building Science Discussion Group (1.25 credits).
Codes Enforcement Officers - Each day of the Conference qualifies for 6.0 hours of credit in either Residential Ventilation Code or Commercial Ventilation Code.
Continuing Education Units (CEU's) - the University of Maine has approved both days of the Maine IAQ Conference for .6 continuing education units each, for a total of 1.2 CEUs for a full day program attendance.
Engineers - Seminar day programming (April 16) qualifies for 7.0 hours of PDH for licensed P.E.'s. Keynote/Workshop Day programming qualifies for 6.5 PDH for licensed P.E.'s.
Home Inspectors - The American Society for Home Inspectors has approved Seminar Day (4/16) for 6.0 hours of ASHI credit, and the Keynote/Workshop Day for 6.0 hours of ASHI credit.
Industrial Hygienists - ABIH no longer requires pre-registration of programs. For those tracking credit hours, Seminar Day has 7.0 contact hours; and Keynote/Workshop day has 6.0 contact hours.
IICRC Credits - the Conference has been approved as a one-time event for IICRC Continuing Education Credits. It has been registered as IICRC Event 2900 assigned 2 credits to registrants in the cleaning/restoration, or inspection or master categories.
Pesticide Applicators - The following programs/sessions have been approved for continuing education credits by the Maine Board of Pesticides Control: How to Manage a Moisture Problem in a Large Building (4/16) - 6 credits; Residential Ventilation Strategies (4/16) 4 credits; Sessions on Keynote/Workshop Day (4/17) - Health Interventions to Improve IAQ; The Biology of Indoor Air; IAQ Case Studies; Outdoor Fungal Aerosols; Keynote Address (Note attend 2 of these sessions get 1 credit; attend 4 get 2 credits).
Radon Testers & Mitigators - Seminar Day (4/16) has been approved for 4.0 radon credits by the Maine State Radon Section. Keynote/Workshop Day has also been approved for 4.0 radon credits.
Realtors - The Maine Real Estate Commission has approved the following credit hours for the Conference: Residential Ventilation Strategies (6.0 hours - program # CN276C028LE); How to Handle a Moisture Problem in a Large Building (6.0 hours - program # CN276C029LE); and the Keynote/Workshop Day (6.0 hours - program #CN276C030LE)
Respiratory Therapists - The Maine Board of Respiratory Care no longer requires advance registration of programs. RRT's attending the conference can obtain 7.0 credit hours for attendance on April 16, and 6.0 credit hours for attendance on April 17
USGBC - USGBC members can self-report "live presentation credit hours" for attendance at the conference. Day one of the conference would provide 7.0 contact hours; Day two of the conference would provide 6.25 contact hours.