US EPA - TAMS Center
4220 S. Maryland Parkway
Bldg C
Las Vegas, NV 89119

Christopher Lee
TAMS Co-Director

Phone: (702) 784-8278
Email: Christopher.Lee@nau.edu

Farshid Farsi
TAMS Co-Director

Phone: (702) 784-8263
Email: Farsi.Farshid@epa.gov



Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals
PO Box 15004
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-5004
Phone: (928) 523-9555
Fax: (928) 523-1266
Email: itep@nau.edu

Welcome:
The TAMS Center offers different training courses that focus on a variety of topics related to ambient and indoor air quality monitoring. To date, over 1,100 tribal professionals have been trained by the TAMS Center, representing more than 185 tribes.

TAMS Center courses have been designed to complement other American Indian Air Quality Training Program courses, and generally address more advanced air quality issues. Each course is designed with tribal audiences and issues in mind, integrating tribal case studies and tribal professionals as part of the instructional team in every course. Class size is kept to a minimum to ensure a higher level of interaction and one-on-one training opportunities with the instructors.

Emissions Inventory Resources

Coming Soon... The Emission Inventory (EI)/Tribal Emission Inventory Software Solution (TEISS) Online Training Curriculum: Course 1-EI Fundamentals and Course 2-EI Advanced. In the meantime, the ITEP-TAMS has developed an EI support page with helpful technical resources for getting you started on an EI.

» Click HERE for more information.



AQS Fasttrack

ITEP has developed a playlist of short video tutorials on the basic concepts of the Air Quality System (AQS) platform. While this is not intended to be a comprehensive training module, the 23 short videos will provide screen-by-screen demonstrations of various topics:

» Click HERE for website.

TAMS Steering Committee

The TAMS Center is seeking nominations to fill two TAMS Steering Committee member positions that will serve from October 2015 to September 2018. The TAMS Steering Committee is composed of seven members whom represent tribal/environmental programs or consortia nationwide. The TAMS Steering Committee provides input on support and services offered by the TAMS Center.

» Click HERE for more information.



Professional Assistance

The TAMS Center offers specialized individual support for tribal air quality managers on a variety of technical topics, from monitor maintenance to metstation siting...

» Click HERE for more information.





Last updated: December 17, 2014

 

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