BPI Analyst & Envelope Combined Course & Certification - Bloomington, IL

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BPI Analyst & Envelope Combined Course & Certification - Bloomington, IL

Time: June 7, 2011 to June 9, 2011
Location: Bloomington, IL
Website or Map: http://store.homeenergyteam.c…
Phone: 800-518-1877
Event Type: training, &, certification
Organized By: Rachelle Moran
Latest Activity: Apr 29, 2011

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Event Description

Includes everything You Need:

√ Online BPI e-Learning Training

√ RESNET HESP Curriculum (added bonus)

√ Residential Energy Textbook

√ Course Study Guides

√ Practice Exam Questions

√ BPI BA Written & Field Exam Fees

 

Course Description

This combined course provides all the training necessary to challenge BOTH the BPI Building Analyst (BA) Professional and the Building Envelope Specialist (ES) Exam. The curriculum includes 30-hours of e-Learning, a 90-min Energy Audit training DVD and 1-day of onsite field training. Topics include BPI Building Evaluation Standards, heat loss and savings calculations, step-by-step energy audit & diagnostic procedures, developing and prioritizing a retrofit work scope.

 

The course also covers why the diagnostic process is so important, why problems related to the building shell such as moisture, ice dams, mildew and drafts were a problem in the first place, and more importantly how to mitigate them. Upon completion, you will be prepared to take the BPI BA and ES written and 1-on-1 Field Examinations with one of our regional BPI Exam Proctors.

 

What's included in the 40 hours course package?

• 16-hours Energy & Shell Fundamental e-Learning

• 4-hours Pressure & CAZ Diagnostics e-Learning

• 4.5-hours Work Scope Requirements e-Learning

• 4-hours Envelope and Retrofit Measures e-Learning

• 90-min Energy Audit Training & Exam Prep video

• 1 intense day of Onsite Hands-On Field Training

• The Residential Energy textbook by Krigger and Dorsi

• Course Study Guide with Practice Exam Questions

• BPI Building Analyst Written Exam

• BPI Building Envelope Written Exam

• BPI Analyst and Envelope Specialist Combined Field Exam

 

Why Get BOTH Certifications?

The BPI Envelope Specialist Certification in conjunction with the Building Analyst Certification will make your company eligible to apply for BPI Contractor Accreditation. Accreditation or multiple certifications may be required to participate in various state incentives programs.

 

Who Should Attend?

Home inspectors, home repair or construction contractors, HVAC contractors, those interested in a new career

 

Certification and Exam Fees

You can purchase the entire BA and ES all-inclusive training package including the BPI Certification Exams for only $2399!

 

Add RESNET HESP Exam & Certification for $250.00. Includes:

√ RESNET Exam Fee

√ RESNET Annual Provider Fee

 

Our Success Guarantee

If you fail to pass your certification exam(s) for any reason, you can retake our course curriculum* at no additional charge until you achieve a passing grade.

 

Questions or Concerns: Please call us at 1-800-518-1877

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Comment by Green Training USA on April 29, 2011 at 1:38pm

With the roll out of the new Illinois Home Performance with Energy Star program, becoming a BPI Certified Analyst & Envelope Professional in Illinois gives contractors access to rebates and cash incentives not otherwise available.   

In preparation for the new Illinois Home Performance with Energy Star (IHPwES) Program, the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA) is building a searchable database of BPI BA+E certified contractors and energy auditors. After certification, contractors that sign the program agreement form will be highlighted on www.Illinoishomeperformance.org, distinguishing them as leaders in the field of retrofit work.

More information on the Illinois program:  http://illinoishomeperformance.org/for-contractors/70-illinois-bpi-...

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