BPI Building Analyst Professional Course Frederick, MD

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BPI Building Analyst Professional Course Frederick, MD

Time: November 16, 2010 to November 17, 2010
Location: Frederick, MC
Website or Map: http://store.homeenergyteam.c…
Phone: 1-800-518-1877
Event Type: bpi, training
Organized By: Green Training USA
Latest Activity: Nov 9, 2010

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Home Energy Team Institute
BPI Building Analyst Professional Course
This course provides all the training necessary to challenge the BPI Building Analyst Professional Certification Exam. The curriculum includes 26-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. Upon completion, you will be prepared to take the BPI Building Analyst written and field examinations with one of our regional BPI Exam Proctors.

What's Included
• 16-hour e-Learning Module
o Energy Principles,
o House System Components
o Building Science
o Shell Fundamentals
• 4-hour e-Learning Module
o Building Diagnostics
o Pressure Testing
o Combustion Analysis
• 4.5-hours e-Learning Module
o Work Scope Requirements and Recommendations, Worker/Occupant Safety
• 90-min Energy Audit Training DVD
o Comprehensive Energy Audit Process, Field Exam Prep
• 1-day of Intense Onsite Diagnostic Field Training
o Energy Audit Process
o Worst Case Depressurization Test
o Combustion Appliance Analysis
o CRM50 Blower Door Test
o Zonal Pressure Tests
o Pressure Pan and Duct Leakage Testing
Complete 26 hours of e-Learning and video instruction prior to arrival for Hands-On training. The BPI Written Exam will be administered collectively at the site; One-on-One Field Exams will be scheduled by appointment.

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