ElectroMagnetic Radiation: IBE 212
This 5-day seminar is comprised of lectures, instructor- led discussions, instrumentation familiarization labs, measurement labs followed by application in a building evaluation using these instruments. You will learn about the physical nature of these radiations and the reported health effects from these radiations.
You will explore real-world practical solutions for detecting and identifying these man-made electromagnetic emissions. They include power system ELF magnetic and electric fields, power system VLF Fields and wireless radio frequency radiations emitted by cell phones, cordless phones, WiFi and other wireless devices. You will learn the testing protocols and the IBE Sleeping Room Standards used to investigate and rate the electro-climate in homes and other buildings. You will learn about practical remediation methods to address these emissions.
Early-bird registration for this 2013 seminar ($1,375 USD, a $100 savings) is now open. Tuition includes our prerequisite online course: IBE 204.3 Electromagnetics (a $210 savings). Students are required to purchase ($14.75) the following book, and read its entirety before the first day of classes: Black & Decker Advanced Home Wiring, available at amazon.com. All students who are not local to Santa Fe, New Mexico are required to lodge and take their meals on campus ($785.00, inclusive). This seminar conveys 40 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs), accepted by AIA, ACAC, and InterNACHI.
25 through 29 September 2017, IHM Retreat Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico
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