BPI BA & BE accredited training Dallas, TX

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BPI BA & BE accredited training Dallas, TX

Time: February 20, 2012 to February 24, 2012
Location: Dallas, TX
Website or Map: http://www.411energyexperts.c…
Phone: 866-269-0118
Event Type: bpi, certification, training
Organized By: 411 Energy Experts
Latest Activity: Feb 2, 2012

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This BPI certification training program has 2 days of class, 2 days of hands on field training and review with 1 day for testing. We also offer one on one training programs and discounted training for those who live in or travel to Dallas,TX to train.

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