Intended for:
All WETT certificate holders.

Length:
One full working day.
Prerequisites:
You must already be WETT Certified and have successfully completed Part 1: Smoke Spillage Prevention.

Objectives:
To provide background on building code requirements for mechanical ventilation
To introduce the objectives and content of building code requirements for protection against depressurization
To assist participants in learning the knowledge and skills required to achieve compliance with building code requirements for protection against depressurization

Scope:
Building on the foundation of the Smoke Spillage Prevention course, this course equips you to quickly and confidently find solutions to comply with protection against depressurization requirements in building codes. It also introduces house pressure testing, a powerful new system planning and diagnostic tool.

Content:
Introduction to mechanical ventilation
Introduction to protection against depressurization
Prescriptive versus performance compliance strategies
Using the house pressure test
Case studies on complying with protection against depressurization requirements

Output:
Successful completion of the course (70% on the examination) provides one continuing education credit – fulfilling the mandatory WETT continuing education requirement.