BPI Building Analyst Training and Certification Course

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BPI Building Analyst Training and Certification Course

Time: May 23, 2011 to May 27, 2011
Location: Medford, Oregon
Street: 101 South Bartlet
City/Town: Medford, Oregon
Website or Map: http://www.csgrp.com/training…
Phone: 855.692.7056
Event Type: certification, training
Organized By: Conservation Services Group
Latest Activity: Apr 6, 2011

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This course will help prepare students for the Building Performance Institute's written and field exams.  The course covers general health and safety requirements, building science, basic building diagnostics, approach to calculating heat/cooling loss, and combustion appliance testing.  By using the house-as-a-system approach, students address a comprehensive range of interrelated building issues and are able to make recommendations to clients for a more comfortable, safe, durable and energy efficient home

 

Gain comprehensive knowledge of:

  • Fundamentals of building science
  • Comprehensive home assessment
  • Building components and types
  • Building airflow and ventilation
  • Thermal and air pressure boundary
  • Blower door technology and house leakage testing
  • Combustion safety and appliance testing
  • Energy measure cost effectiveness
  • Scope of work development
  • Health and safety

 Registration is required.  Please view our website at www.csgrp.com/trainingpnw or call us at 855.692.7056

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