Accreditations & Continuing Education Credits (2013)
All sessions at the 2013 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 March 12 would provide 7.0 credit hours; Attendance at the IAQ conference on March 13 would provide 6.25 credit hours.
Architects - Healthy Indoor Air for Schools (3/12) qualifies for 4.0 HSW credits for AIA Members. Building an IAQ Healthy Home (3/12) qualifies for 4.0 HSW credits for AIA members. Attendance at the IAQ Conference (3/13) qualifies for 7.0 HSW credits for AIA members.
Attorneys: The full, two-day conference has been approved for 13.0 hours of CLE credit by the Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar.
Building Performance Institute - Attendance at the full, two-day conference has been awarded 13.25 BPI continuing education units.
Codes Enforcement Officers - 7.0 hours of residential and commercial ventilation credit hours available for attendance at either of the pre-conference sessions on March 12 (Healthy IAQ for Schools and Residential Renovations); and 6.0 hours of residential and commercial ventilation credit hours available for attendance at the March 13 IAQ Conference.
Continuing Education Units (CEU's) - The University of Maine has awarded .7 CEUs for the pre-conference programs on March 12 (Healthy Indoor Air for Schools AND Residential Renovations).
Energy Auditors - See BPI above.
Engineers - Pre-conference programming (March 12) qualifies for 7.0 hours of PDH for licensed P.E.'s. IAQ Conference programming qualifies for 6.0 PDH for licensed P.E.'s.
Home Inspectors - Pre-Conference programs (March 12) have been approved for 7.0 credit hours and the IAQ Conference (March 13) has been approved for 6.25 credit hours by the American Society of Home Inspection Professionals.
Industrial Hygienists - ABIH no longer requires pre-registration of programs. For those tracking credit hours, Day one of the conference has 7.0 contact hours; and day two has 6.0 contact hours.
Pesticide Applicators - March 12: Licensed Pesticide Applicators can earn 4.0 credits for attendance at either the Building an IAQ Healthy Home: Renovations session or the Healthy Indoor Air for Schools session on March 12. Licensed Pesticide Applicators can also earn 4.0 credits for attendance at the full-day IAQ Conference on March 13.
Radon Testers & Mitigators - Pre-Conference (March 12) programming qualifies for 4.5 credits for registered radon professionals. IAQ Conference programming (March 13) qualifies for 4.0 credits for registered radon professionals.
Realtors - 6.0 credit hours available for attendance on March 12 (Program # MS276C020LE); and 6.0 credit hours available on March 13 (Program # MS276C021LE)
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 March 12, and 6.0 credit hours for attendance on March 13.
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.