Due to COVID-19, those working from home and sheltering in place need training provided in a secure, virtual setting. We offer courses through remote platforms such as Zoom and Google Classroom. If the sample courses shown here and listed in our Training Courses flyer do not include the specific course content you seek, please contact us to discuss your needs.
Training courses we offer include:
Developing Community Air Monitoring Programs
Identify and understand the health effects of pollution exposure within your community. We work with clients on developing community air monitoring campaigns to provide science-based evidence to engage decision makers and inform community members.
Exceptional Event Analysis
Our meteorologists and data scientists share their extensive experience and best practices for preparing particulate matter and ozone exceptional event demonstrations that meet EPA’s requirements.
Air Quality Sensors
Leverage emerging technology to cost-effectively monitor air quality. Learn from our sensor experts who work with community groups, industrial facilities, non-profit organizations, and government agencies to evaluate, understand, and advance the use and application of the latest low-cost small sensor technologies.
Air Quality Forecasting
Learn forecasting best practices and how to apply them to produce reliable and timely air quality forecasts that community members can understand. Our talented forecasting team trains government and industry clients on generating forecasts and communicating air pollution conditions and impacts to the public, stakeholders, and decision makers.
Using R for Air Quality Data Analysis
Understand the implications of your data using the R programing environment. Learn how to use R for data evaluation and analysis, data visualization, modeling, and forecasting.
Develop a greater understanding of the real-world air quality impacts of your projects. We train clients in the use of state-of-the-science analysis, statistical, and visualization platforms to assess and communicate ambient air quality data.