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The North Carolina Industrial Ventilation Course in collaboration with the University of North Carolina, Occupational Safety and Health Research Center has established two Certificate courses in Industrial Ventilation. Upon completion of the course individuals will be awarded a Certificate in Industrial Ventilation Design or Certificate in Industrial Ventilation System Diagnosis & Troubleshooting, and a plaque from the University of North Carolina, Occupational Safety and Health Education and Research Center.

Plan of Instruction

There will be 4 levels of instruction during the 2024 Course:

  • Fundamentals of Industrial Ventilation

  • Advanced Ventilation Design

  • System Diagnosis & Troubleshooting

  • NEW Applied Industrial Ventilation Course for
    Environmental Health/Safety Personnel and Industrial Hygienists (Not for System Designers)

Optional Workshop Offered on Friday, May 10

Current Topics in Industrial Ventilation

​•    Combustible Dust Mitigation  
•    General Ventilation 
•    Elevation Impact on Conveying Efficiency
•    CFD Applications to LEV Ventilation 
•    Micro gram per Cubic Meter Exposure Management
•    Infectious Disease Ventilation 

  • For questions, please contact                       Connie McElroy-Bacon, at 919-233-8400 or


Level I: Fundamentals of Industrial Ventilation $2,395

Level II: Advanced Ventilation Design               $2,395

Level II: System Diagnosis & Troubleshooting  $2,395

Level II: Applied Industrial Ventilation Course for Environmental Health/Safety Personnel and Industrial Hygienists                                                             $2,395

Optional Workshop: Current Issues in Industrial Ventilation                                                                $375

The Level I and two Level II classes will be taught concurrently May 6-10. The fee includes the 31st edition ACGIH Industrial Ventilation Manual or System Diagnosis & Troubleshooting Manual, all course materials (problems, calculations sheets), breaks, four breakfasts, four lunches, and the Founders Dinner on Tuesday, May 7. The Friday workshop registration fee includes handouts, continental breakfast and break.

The two year Certificate Program is included in the course cost.

For information about company discounts for 3 or more registrations, please contact Connie at the phone number or email address above.


Rooms have been set aside at Hilton
Raleigh North Hills for participants of this course, but their availability cannot be guaranteed past April 4. Lodging is NOT included in your registration fee. Please make your own reservation directly with the hotel to receive your special rate of $149/day plus tax.

Hilton Raleigh North Hills,

3415 Wake Forest Rd., Raleigh, NC 27609 919.872.2323


Reservations may be made here.



Free parking is available for Industrial Ventilation
Course participants who are overnight guests at the Hilton as well as for those who drive in.


The full registration fee or an organization purchase order is due at the time of registration. In the event the participant cancels, a written notice is required. A $100.00 fee will be charged for cancellation. No reimbursement can be made if cancellation occurs within 7 business days of the program, or if the participant fails to attend. Substitutions can be made at any time.

Maintenance Points

The NC Ventilation Course contains 30 hours of technical contact time and is eligible for an estimated 4.0 ABIH CM Points. The optional workshops contain an additional 4 hours of technical contact time and are eligible for an estimated 0.5 ABIH CM Credit.

Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

The Industrial Ventilation Course is an approved sponsor of continuing competency activities for North Carolina Professional Engineers and Registered Land Surveyors (30 Contact Hours).

About the Course

This Course was established to promote good ventilation practices and design techniques throughout industry and will help you understand how to evaluate and/or design a ventilation system. Classroom problems are solved using the Velocity Pressure Method of calculation as outlined in the Industrial Ventilation Manual published by the ACGIH.

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