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Indoor Air Quality In Alaska Native Communities (Level 1)

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Course Description:
This entry-level course is designed to provide a basic understanding of common indoor air quality (IAQ) problems in village homes and schools. The course includes an overview of indoor air pollutants and their health effects, and appropriate tips for solving IAQ problems. There will also be hands-on practice with a comprehensive assessment tool used to identify IAQ problems.

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Who Should Attend:
There is no prerequisite for this course. It is open to village staff from environmental, housing, or health departments. Preference will be given to villages who submit applications from TWO different departments: environmental housing, and/or health. Preference will also be given to applicants who have an indoor air quality task in a grant work plan.

Course Structure and Approach:
This course consists of lectures and a tribal case study, demonstrations, small-group activities, and a building walk-through.

Pre-Requisites:
none

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For more information please contact:
Lydia Scheer

Program Coordinator, Sr.
928/523-6887
Lydia.Scheer@nau.edu