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This course provides a basic overview of the general information associated with continuous emission monitoring.
This continuous monitoring systems (CMS) course has been designed as a three-and-a-half-day classroom immersion into concepts pertaining to CMS.
This five-day course develops the ability to plan, guide, evaluate, and (after experience on the job) perform source sampling measurements to determine rates of emissions from stationary sources.
This one-day course provides an overview associated with observing source tests.
This four-and a half-day course covers general information associated with source testing and source test methods.