National Indoor Air Quality Institute
( NIAQI )
National Indoor Air Quality Institute ( NIAQI ) is a national educational institution. The founders of NIAQI have over 50 years combined experience in building forensics, indoor air quality and ventilation. Our main goal is to provide a comprehensive and holistic educational experience.
NIAQI offers professional certification training as an accredited Florida State course CE provider for mold related services.
National Indoor Air Quality Institute is dedicated to offering the most current and comprehensive information to the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) industry profession. NIAQI instructors have a diverse and lengthy background in the IAQ and building forensic industry. This knowledge allows our instructors to provide specific technical strategies to the student as they proceed in a career in the IAQ industry.
To provide comprehensive courses and training for individuals seeking knowledge and professional careers in the IAQ industry.
To spread public awareness and partner with industry leaders to unify the education and standards of practice of the IAQ industry.
Heather Amador Delaporte
MRSA, CAMR, CEMA, IAQA, CIEC, IAQC
Ms. Delaporte’s experience and concern for people gives her an unrivaled edge in the classroom. Her enthusiasm for problem solving, and her patience during the process, make her the perfect mentor for aspiring Indoor Air Quality professionals and Industrial Hygienists. She relays her knowledge with the unbridled passion of a natural born teacher. Her goal for the course is to engage students with the same zest for science and empathy for the IAQ Industry.
W. GENE TAYLOR
MPA, CIAQP, CMP, CEMR
Mr. Taylor is a retired veteran with over 30 years in the Safety and Indoor Air Quality industry, with specialized expertise in high-rise buildings and schools. Performed over 1500 mold assessments covering in excess of 500 thousand square feet. Designed Tools for Schools Indoor Air Quality Program for Hillsborough County Public Schools This program received a national award from EPA in 2001. Recognized by EPA two additional times on his contributions to Indoor Air Quality in Schools.