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AirKnowledge also provides instructor-led classroom training materials which may be referenced on their own by learners, or which may be taught by an instructor who is knowledgeable about the topics (for example, air agencies may have subject matter experts who could use the materials to provide instruction). Below you will find materials for these classroom courses. For some classroom courses, it should be noted that the course description version provided on this website could be slightly different from the version used by the instructor in a classroom-setting. Click on any course of interest to access a longer course description and course materials.



This two-day course provides an overview of air toxics emission sources that may be regulated under the Clean Air Act.

This course provides an overview introduction to Clean Air Act Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standards.

This course provides an overview of key elements relating to volatile organic compound control (VOC) devices.

This one-day course provides an overview of hot mix asphalt facilities.

This one-day course provides an overview of aggregate plants.

This one-day course provides general information associated with cement plants.

This three-day course explains the operation of aggregate, asphalt, and concrete batching plants.

This one-day course provides an overview of metal parts and products operations.

This one-day course provides an overview of solvent cleaning specifically degreasing operations.

This one-day course focuses on process, emission control equipment and inspection procedures of small to medium sized solid waste incinerators.

This one-day course provides general information associated with stationary reciprocating engines.

This one-and-a-half day course, provides an overview of the key elements relating to stationary gas turbines.

This one-day course provides an overview of industrial boiler operations.

This one-day course provides an overview of biomass boiler operations.

This one-day course covers the history, use of raw materials, production methods, emission control methods and inspection procedures for polyester resin and fiberglass facilities, as well as pollution prevention, legal requirements, and Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT)/Best Available Control technology (BACT).

This one-day course provides an overview of the key elements relating to landfill gas control facilities.

This one-day course explains the basic aspects of dry cleaning operations.

This two-day course covers terminology, basic chemistry, pollutants of concern, control technologies, regulations common to petroleum refineries, and the steps in the refining process.

This one-day course explains how fugitive volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions in regulated facilities are identified.

This one-day course presents the major uses for baghouses, operational theory and design, applicable regulations, permit conditions and inspection procedures.

This one-day course covers the fundamentals of electrostatic precipitator operation for fine particulate or aerosols and the likely defects or operator oversights.

This three-day course explains the different types and the operating characteristics of control devices that are available for specific gaseous emission sources.

This four-day course prepares learners to evaluate techniques typically used to control volatile organic emissions from certain industrial sources.

This four-and-a-half day course covers different types of combustion sources and the operating characteristics of each source.
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