BPI Envelope Professional Training

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BPI Envelope Professional Training

Time: August 15, 2011 to August 18, 2011
Location: Green Jobs Training Center
Street: 102-10 159 RD
City/Town: Howard Beach NY 11414
Website or Map: http://greenjobtrainingcenter…
Phone: 718-659-1205
Event Type: educational
Organized By: Green Jobs Training Center
Latest Activity: Jul 26, 2011

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This training includes both classroom sessions and hands on field experience that prepares candidates for the nationally recognized certification of BPI’s Envelope Professional. Upon successfully passing the written and field performance evaluation exams candidates will be qualified to analyze and recommend the appropriate whole house remedies.

Qualifying candidates may make special arrangements to take both BPI Building Analyst and Envelope Professional tests simultaneously*. The trainings consists of an overview of Health and Safety, Indoor Air Quality Assessment, Advanced Blower Door Applications, Insulation Techniques & Applications, and other topics related to improving building envelope efficiency through diagnostic testing.


2 day Classroom 2 Day Field Agenda


Following completion of this course, participants will be eligible to take the BPI written/online exam and field exam. The costs of the exams are included in the instruction fee. There will be a written/online exam which satisfies the first component of the BPI certification requirements. Candidates must also pass a field performance exam before receiving certification. Test dates will be selected from a choice given to students during classroom instruction. $1350.00

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