Engineered Systems Magazine

Clean Air Act certification manual available electronically

September 6, 2011
Section 608 of the federalClean Air Actrequires that persons who work with regulated refrigerants become certified.  

Since the program’s inception, technology has greatly changed. Today, a large percentage of industry training is conducted online. People read industry news on their smart phone, order supplies on their computers, use their tablets to diagnose systems from remote locations, and attend online training. The demand for online content continues to grow.

In today’s society, everything is instant or online, whether banking, taking an exam, or purchasing a book. As the demand for online testing has grown, so has the need to deliver preparatory materials in various electronic formats.

Along those lines, ESCO Institute has developed several options for delivering the preparatory manual electronically, including a new Kindle version.

Kindle is a electronic book format developed by Amazon.com that allows a person to download a book on a variety of devices, including PC, Mac, Android phone, Android tablet, iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone, Blackberry Phone, and Blackberry Playbook. In addition, a book can be downloaded on a Kindle device purchased from Amazon.com.

Persons studying in school today take classes online, submit their projects to teachers online, take exams on computers, and now more than ever, purchase their study materials online.

Preparing for EPA certification is now easier than ever since the Section 608 EPA Certification Preparatory Manual is now available on Kindle. Persons interested in taking the federal Clean Air ActSection 608 exam can take the test through one of ESCO Institute’s 10,000 appointed test administrators nationwide.  To find a test site in your area, call 1-800-726-9696.