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State and local air officials receive training on air pollution from a number of sources. Regional state organizations focusing on air quality issues often develop and hold training courses. Several universities provide training on-site or on-location. Californiaís Air Resources Board is a major training provider. EPA also provides training to states via self-instructional courses, a satellite network, and the National Enforcement Training Institute. In addition, training is available to the general public, and EPA has extensive material available on its website. A number of international air pollution control organizations provide general and specialized conferences addressing air quality management, such as the Air and Waste Management Association. Many universities (both in the U.S. and abroad) offer courses and degrees in environmental management, with an emphasis on air pollution. The U.S. Agency for International Development offers environmental training, generally aimed at improving the capacity of developing countries to assess and address environmental problems. The United Nations offers some training on environmental issues as well.

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