AIHA Announces 2009 Continuing Education Fall Calendar

As part of the association's ongoing efforts to provide cutting-edge educational opportunities, the American Industrial Hygiene Association recently announces its 2009 continuing education offerings. These professional development courses are designed to provide practitioners with specialized skills that enhance performance on the job while increasing knowledge and professionalism.

Course participants can earn certification maintenance (CM) points toward the certified industrial hygienist (CIH) certification. They can also earn continuance of certification points (COCs) toward the certified safety professional (CSP) certification and continuing education units (CEUs) for additional professional development.

The following continuing education courses are scheduled for Fall 2009:

  • Exposure and Chemical Monitoring: Beyond IH Fundamentals

    An intermediate level three-day course designed to build on attendees' fundamental IH training and knowledge. Workshops, demonstrations, and discussions focus on exposure and chemical monitoring topics: MSDS, exposure groups, qualitative assessments, quantitative sampling plans equipment, laboratory analysis, results, and communication.

    3.0 IH CM Points / 2.4 COCs/CEUs

    Sept. 14-16, 2009, Las Vegas.

  • Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene Review

    Expert instructors deconstruct, analyze, and simplify every aspect of core industrial hygiene topics during this four and a half day high-level review course.

    4.5 Fundamental IH CM Points / 3.6 COCs/CEUs

    Sept. 21–25, 2009, Ann Arbor, Mich.

  • Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene

    Gain exposure to the broad field of industrial hygiene through sampling and workshop sessions, hands-on lab experiences, demo sessions, and problem-solving exercises through this introductory four-day course.

    4.0 IH CM Points / 3.2 COCs/CEUs

    Nov. 9-12, 2009, Atlanta.

For more information and registration forms, visit www.aiha.org/road.htm.

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