The training manual is broken into three sections:
Section 1 - Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Explains; what CO is, how CO is
produced, health effects of CO
exposure, how to respond to an alarm,
basic testing procedures, code
compliance and exposure standards.
Section 2 - Combustion: An in depth
explanation of combustion analysis,
troubleshooting and remediation of CO
production for both gas and oil fired
appliances such as; boilers, furnaces,
hot water heaters, clothes dryers, etc.
Section 3 - Pressure Measurements: A
primer on how building pressures effect
the distribution of carbon monoxide.
Instructor resource media includes:
PPT - PowerPoint that correlates
directly with the training manual.
Each slide within the presentation
contains speaker notes that are
designed to aid the instructor
through the presentation and
provide additional talking points.
IS - Instructional supplement with
course objectives and lesson plans
to keep the program on track.
Answers for questions contained in
student worksheets are included.
To aid those in demonstrating their
knowledge of the materials there are
Employment Ready and Professional
Level certifications available. These 50
question exams cover: alarms and
response, building pressure
measurements, building pressure
general knowledge, combustion gas,
combustion general knowledge, general
knowledge, measurements, medial and