BPI Envelope Professional Training and Certification

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BPI Envelope Professional Training and Certification

Time: June 7, 2011 to June 9, 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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Using a house-as-a-system approach, this training will cover advanced building envelope and duct diagnostics evaluation, selection of appropriate materials and repair skills to help candidates / students prepare for BPI's Envelope Professional written and field exams.

 

Gain comprehensive knowledge of:

  • Building envelope types
  • Building airflow and pressure pan testing
  • Advanced thermal and air pressure boundary diagnostics
  • Advanced blower door testing techniques
  • Mechanical ventilation and systems testing
  • Psychometrics and relative humidity
  • Combustion safety
  • Health and safety 

Registration is required.  You can register from our website at www.csgrp.com/trainingpnw or call us at 855.692.7056

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