BPI Building Analyst Standards Review - Before Certification Testing

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BPI Building Analyst Standards Review - Before Certification Testing

Time: August 30, 2011 all day
Location: Pure Energy
Street: 10 North Bausman Drive
City/Town: Lancaster, PA 17603
Website or Map: http://events.r20.constantcon…
Phone: 717-572-6680
Event Type: bpi, training
Organized By: A. Tamasin Sterner
Latest Activity: Aug 26, 2011

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Event Description

This one-day course incorporates classroom sharing, as well as demonstrations. This course is NOT for beginners. It is for those who already have building science knowledge but want a better understanding of BPI Standards.


Who Should Attend

  • Energy Auditors and Building Analysts
  • Weatherization Installers and Monitors
  • Program Administrators
  • HVAC Contractors
  • Remodelers and Home Improvement Contractors
  • Home Performance Contractors

Course Fee

$375 each. The fee includes the training, lunch, use of COACH, and course materials.


Bonus

3.75 BPI CEU's for those who are already BPI Certified!


You'll Learn

  • Why we need to test combustion appliances when we weatherize a home
  • About combustion testing protocols to meet BPI Standards, including gas leak testing, "worst case" combustion appliance zone depressurization measurement, draft pressure measurement, CO measurement in flues and ovens, ambient CO testing, and efficiency testing
  • How to assess existing insulation
  • How to calculate Building Airflow Standards for mechanical ventilation requirements
  • Prioritization of measures
  • When blower door tests must be done and when they should not be done

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