Date: June 5, 2024

Times: 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM (Central)

Location: Virtual (Online)

Instructors: Mohsen Nazemi and Carl Daly (New Solutions)

Course Registration Link – Register by May 28, 2024

Who Should Attend: This course is intended for new, entry-level as well as semi-experienced stationary source permit engineers, inspectors, regulatory agency staff, and environmental specialists in business and government. The course is designed to provide an overview of Stationary Reciprocating Engines.

About the Course: Stationary reciprocating engines are used widely for power generation, gas compression, and many other purposes. They are also a significant source of air contaminants and as such are the focus of increased regulation. This course covers reciprocating engine operating theory, both standard and “cutting-edge” emission control technologies, regulations, permit conditions, and inspection procedures.

Learning Objectives: After completing this course participants will have a basic understanding of the general information associated with stationary reciprocating engines. Attendees will be able to perform regulatory reviews involving the following elements of this technology:

  • Background Information
  • Theory and Operation
  • Air/Fuel Delivery Systems
  • Reciprocating Engine Emissions
  • Emissions Control Methods
  • Regulations
  • Inspecting Stationary ICEs

Course Delivery: This is a virtual, instructor-led training.

How to Register: See the U.S. EPA LMS Frequently Asked Questions for how to create an account, register for a course, and other common functions.  


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LADCO Training Coordinator: Zac Adelman (

 Accessibility Statement

LADCO strives to host inclusive, accessible training events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully with the instructor and course content. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact Zac Adelman ( | 847-720-7880).

About Author

Zac is LADCO's Executive Director. He's an environmental scientist with 20+ years experience in emissions and air quality modeling.