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We teach courses that prepare you for certifications related to indoor air quality, mold, and industrial hygiene.

Indoor Air Quality Course

This is our most popular course, which teaches you how to evaluate the indoor environment.

Mold Inspection Course

This course teaches consultants how to thoroughly inspect and test for mold.

Mold Remediation Course

This course teaches contractors how to remediate mold the right way.

IAQ Management Course

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This course is designed for those that manage IAQ in a specific building or campus.

Industrial Hygiene Course

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This course prepares students to become an ABIH Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH).

Continuing Education Classes

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We offer a wide range of continuing education courses through the IAQA University.

Ian Cull, PE, CIH

Chief Science Officer


Indoor Sciences’ classes are taught by Ian Cull, PE, CIH.  Mr. Cull is an internationally recognized expert on indoor air quality.  He has been hired by governmental agencies such as NASA, the State Department, US Department of Defense, and the Los Alamos National Laboratory to provide training and consulting services. He previously served as the Technical Director and a Board Member of the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA), a non-profit professional organization.  He is the author of 50 courses in the IAQA University, a book on mold remediation, and over 100 videos related to indoor air quality on YouTube.

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Accredited Certifications


Indoor Sciences specializes in preparing students for industry-leading certifications from organizations such as ABIH and ACAC.  Certifications are one method to demonstrate your knowledge to clients and peers. But not all certifications are created equal.  In fact, many certifications are non-accredited and hold little weight in a court of law. Stop sifting through dozens of meaningless certifications and target high-end, accredited designations.

Upcoming Courses Postponed; Online Available!


Due to COVID-19, our scheduled on-site classes have been postponed.  However, all of our programs are available as online classes. Check out our most popular class, the Indoor Environmentalist Course, with instructor Ian Cull, PE, CIH. Not only will you learn about the latest technology and standards for assessing the indoor environment, but you’ll also be prepared for the ACAC’s Certified Indoor Environmentalist (CIE) certification. 

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Why Indoor Sciences?


Indoor Science is your trusted partner for healthy indoor air.

Indoor science is the premier indoor air quality (IAQ) and industrial hygiene (IH) solution provider in the United States. It’s our mission to enable healthy indoor environments for wellbeing & productivity.

As thought leaders with 25+ years of expertise, we educate and consult on projects requiring the highest levels of proficiency where our proprietary methodologies evaluate 30+ air quality risk factors.

As practitioners, we use a tailored approach, starting with the root cause, to deliver solutions to restore indoor air quality.

Even from afar, we provide clients peace of mind with our monitoring solution where we report, maintain and respond to IAQ risks.

With our 50+ company owned regional offices, 280+ experienced professionals and vast partner network, it’s no wonder multi national companies and government entities like NASA and the US military trust our scientific expertise & scale to ensure their healthy indoor air.

Our curated services ensure the safety of employees & customers.

 

Indoor Air Quality Assessment & Monitoring


Indoor Sciences offers the following assessments & indoor air quality monitoring: COVID-19 (including the Delta Variant), VOCs & Formaldehyde, PM & Smoke, Radon, Ventilation Assessments, Legionella, LEED & WELL Testing, Carbon Monoxide, Mold & Moisture, Continuous Monitoring, Odor Investigations, and Sick Building Syndrome.