BPI Heating Professional Training, Provided by Everblue - Boston, MA

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BPI Heating Professional Training, Provided by Everblue - Boston, MA

Time: January 10, 2011 to January 14, 2011
Location: Boston, MA
Website or Map: http://www.everblueenergy.com…
Phone: 888-204-8735
Event Type: education, training
Organized By: Everblue Training Institute
Latest Activity: Dec 9, 2010

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This Everblue BPI Heating Specialist Certification course includes 5 days of classroom and field training as well as the BPI Heating Professional written and field exams. This course covers heating system science, load & system sizing, ventilation system design & installation, and system diagnostics.

BPI Building Analyst Certification or experience with HVAC systems and their operations is strongly recommended. Training will include review of some Building Analyst concepts, but this is not a Building Analyst preparatory course.

Reserve your seat in the Everblue BPI Certification Training Course today! Full payment will be due prior to the course, but payment plans are available and you can reserve your seat today for as little as $400.

Call 1-888-204-8735 for details.

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