Compliance Training Courses

This page last reviewed February 14, 2017

100 Series | 200 Series | 300 & 400 Series | 500 Series

100 Series Courses

Course Name
 Course # 
Visible Emission Evaluation (VEE) Day Certification       100.1 
Visible Emission Evaluation (VEE) Night Certification       100.2 
Fundamentals of Enforcement - Visible Emissions Evaluation Online Training       100A 
Fundamentals of Enforcement - Visible Emissions Evaluation Field Training       100B 
Air Quality Training Program (AQTP) - Online Training       102 
Smoke Management Webinar       175W 
Air Academy Online Training (AAOT)       190 
Basics of New Source Review (NSR) and Title V Permitting       197 

200 Series Courses

The 200 Series courses (below) are designed for environmental professionals in government or industry who specialize in air pollution compliance. Each 200 series course focuses on a specific source category and reviews the general process, theories and applications, source emissions and control techniques, applicable laws and regulations, typical source permit conditions, record keeping and monitoring requirements, and compliance inspection procedures. These one and two day courses are comprised of interactive classroom instruction followed by "hands-on" field training at a representative facility which enhances the student's learning experience. Classes generally start at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at 5:00 p.m. Students must bring applicable safety equipment such as hard hats, safety glasses, ear protection, and safety shoes to participate in the field visit. The field visit and the satisfactory completion of the course exam are required before a "Certificate of Completion" is issued. It is recommended that students complete the 100 level courses prior to attending the 200 level training.
Course Name
 Course # 
The California Air Pollution Professional       200 
Health and Safety for Air Pollution Control Professionals       202 
Documenting Environmental Evidence & Report Writing       206 
Particulate Matter (PM) Control Technology       215 
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) Control Technology       216 
Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) & Carbon Monoxide (CO) Control Technology       217 
Compliance Assurance Monitoring (CAM)       220 
Observing Source Tests       224 
Graphic Arts       230.4 
Coatings: Auto, Metal Parts, and Products       231 
Solvent Cleaning: Degreasing Operations       233 
Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities       242 
Aggregate Plants       243 
Cement Plants       245 
Aggregate, Asphalt, & Concrete Batching Operations       246 
Asbestos Demolitions & Renovations for Contractors       250 
Asbestos Demolition and Renovation - Regulator Training       251 
Fugitive Dust       252 
Oil and Gas Extraction and Processing       260 
Plastic Composites Manufacturing       261 
In-Station Diagnostics       267 
Aboveground Gasoline Storage Tanks       268 
Incinerators       270 
Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine Technology       271 
Stationary Gas Turbines & Power Plants       272 
Industrial Boilers       273 
Biomass Fired Boilers       274 
Soil Decontamination       283 
Landfill Gas Control Facilities       285 
Dry Cleaning       287 
MACT General Background Information       290 
Chrome Plating ATCM - Regulator Training       290.3 
Chrome Plating ATCM: Certification (Recorded)       290.7 
Health Risk Assessments & Dispersion Modeling       296 
New Source Review (NSR)       297 
Title V Permitting Program Overview       298 
Theory & Application of Air Pollution Control Devices       299 

300 & 400 Series Courses

The 300 and 400 Series courses (below) are comprised of symposiums, seminars, and workshops that address current and sometimes controversial environmental issues such as cross media training, legal issues, case development and variance/hearing board requirements. This dynamic program is designed for experienced environmental professionals from all levels of regulatory staff and industry. Because of the limited availability of these courses, early registration is highly recommended.
Course Name
 Course # 
Fundamental Inspector Course - Online Training (FIC)       300 
Stationary Diesel ATCM       301 
Portable Equipment Registration Program (PERP) and Portable Diesel Engine ATCM       302 
RICE NESHAP / IC NSPS       304 
RICE NESHAP / IC NSPS - Area Sources Only       304.1 
RICE NESHAP / IC NSPS - For Major Sources Only       304.2 
CalEPA Basic Inspector Academy       310 
One-Day CalEPA Basic Inspector Academy       310.1 
Variance/Hearing Board Workshop       321 
CAPCOA Permitting and Compliance Training       330 
CAPCOA Permitting Staff Development Class (Day 3)       337 
Gasoline Facilities Phase I and II Seminar       340 
Enhanced Vapor Recovery (EVR) Testing       340.2 
Smoke Management Training Workshop       375 
Dry Cleaner Air Toxic Control Measure       387 
Chrome Plating (ATCM) - Industry Certification       390.3 
HARP2       396 
Advanced New Source Review & Title V       397 
Course Name
 Course # 
Advanced Air Quality Enforcement Workshop       400 
Comprehensive Continuous Emissions Monitoring       401 
Portland Cement Manufacturing NESHAP (Subpart LLL) & NSPS (Subpart F)       411 

500 Series Courses

The 500 Series courses are focused primarily on Mobile Source Emissions.
Course Name
 Course # 
Regulation for In-Use Off-Road Diesel-Fueled Fleets       504 
Large Spark-Ignition (LSI) Fleet Regulation       505 
Transportation Refrigeration Units       507 
Controlling Diesel Emissions: Devices and Filters       511 
Diesel Particulate Filter Operation & Maintenance       511.2 
Diesel Vehicle Regulation Overview       512 
Truck & Bus and Tractor-Trailer GHG Regulations Overview, Compliance, and Reporting       514 
Maintenance Worker Regulatory Overview       515 
How To Comply with CARB Diesel Regulations       520 
Cómo Cumplir con los Reglamentos Diésel de CARB       520.5 
How to Comply with the Truck and Bus Regulation       521 
CARB Diesel Truck Rules - Compliance Options and Reporting Requirements for 2016       521.6 
CARB Diesel Truck Rules - Compliance Options and Reporting Requirements for 2017       521.7 
CARB Diesel Truck Rules - Compliance Options and Reporting Requirements for 2018       521.8 
Compliance Overview : Truck & Bus Rule, Off-Road Regulation, and Portable Equipment       525 
One-Stop Truck Events       530 
Diesel Regulatory Requirements for Freight Brokers, Forwarders, Shippers and Receivers       535 
Customized Training on Diesel Regulations and Controls       540 

Additional Diesel Compliance/Retrofit Courses

Course Name  Course # 
TRU Tutorial for Broker, Forwarder, Shipper, Receiver, Carrier, and Driver Requirements (online)    NA
Heavy-Duty Vehicle Inspection Program/Periodic Smoke Inspection Program (fee applies)    CCDET I
Diesel Exhaust After-Treatment and Maintenance Training Course (fee applies)    CCDET II

Registration Information for ARB and Cal/EPA Courses

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