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Accreditations & Continuing Education Credits (2015)

All sessions at the 2015 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 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

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 one any of the pre-conference sessions on April 15 will provide 3.0 credit hours each, for a total of 6.0 hours for the day; Attendance at the Keynote/Workshop Day on April 16 will provide 7.0 credit hours.

Architects - Each of the programs on Seminar Day (April 15, 2015) qualifies for 3.0 hours of HSW credits, for a total of 6 hours available for the day.  On Keynote Workshop Day, each of the workshops qualifies for 1.25 hours of HSW credit, and the Keynote qualifies for 1.0 hour of credit, for a total available of 7.25 hours for the day.

Association of Energy EngineersAEE does not pre-approve credits.  Candidates may submit their Certificate of Attendance to AEE for credit consideration.

Attorneys:  We have not applied for MCLE credits for this conference.  If you are an attorney and would like us to make MCLE credits available, please contact the MIAQC office at 207-626-8115.

Building Operator Certificants (BOC):  BOC certificate holders can self-report their education credit hours to maintain their certification.  Day One of the Conference (seminar day) is approved for 6 hours of BOC credit; Day Two is approved for 7 hours of BOC credit.

Building Performance Institute - all of the programs on seminar day (April 15) have been approved for 3.5 hours of credit each, for a total of 7.0 credits available for seminar day attendance.  Many, but not all, of the workshops, plus the keynote, have been approved for BPI credit on the Keynote/Workshop Day (April 16th). Click here for a listing of which programs/workshops are approved for BPI credits.

Certified Energy Auditors - Self-report, using BPI credits. Seminar Day - 7 credits (3.5 credits per seminar); Keynote/Workshop Day - 7.25 credits

Codes Enforcement Officers and Third Party Inspectors - Seminar Day programming (04/15) qualifies for 6.0 hours of credit for codes enforcement professionals.  Keynote/Workshop Day (04/16) qualifies for 7.0 hours of credit for codes enforcement officials.

Continuing Education Units (CEU's) - The University of Maine system has approved the Conference for the following Continuing Education Units (CEUs):  Seminar Day (April 15) = .6 CEUs.  Keynote/Workshop Day (April 16) = .7 CEUs

Engineers - Seminar day programming (April 15) qualifies for 6.0 hours of PDH for licensed P.E.'s.  Keynote/Workshop Day programming qualifies for  7.0 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 7.0 hours of ASHI credit.

Industrial Hygienists - ABIH no longer requires pre-registration of programs.   For those tracking credit hours, Seminar Day has 6.0 contact hours; and Keynote/Workshop day has 7.0 contact hours.

IICRC Credits - pending

Pesticide Applicators - The Maine Board of Pesticides Control has approved the following credits for Licensed Pesticides Applicators.  Credits available for Seminar Day (4/15):  2 credits for attendance at Program 1 (Unintended Consequences of Going Green), and Program 2 (Bill's Top Ten).  3 credits available for Program 3 (The Two Faces of an IAQ Problem).  0 credits for program 4 (heat pumps).  Credits available for Keynote Workshop Day:  5 credits are available for attendance at any 4 workshops plus the keynote presentation.

Radon Testers & Mitigators - Attendance at each day of the conference qualifies for 4.0 hours of continuing education credit for registered radon professionals, for a total of 8.0 hours available for full conference attendance.

Real Estate Professionals - The Maine Real Estate Commission has approved the Conference for the following:  Seminar Day (4/15) - 6.0 hours - program # CN276C035LE.  Keynote/Workshop Day (4/16) - 7.0 hours - program # CN276C036LE

Respiratory Therapists - Licensed respiratory therapists can self-report their credit hours.  Day one of the conference provides 6.0 contact hours.  Day two of the conference provides 7.0 contact hours.

USGBC - USGBC members can self-report "live presentation credit hours" for attendance at the conference.  Day one of the conference would provide 6.0 contact hours; Day two of the conference would provide 7.0 contact hours.
 

 

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