BPI Heating Specialist

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BPI Heating Specialist

Time: September 24, 2012 to September 28, 2012
Location: Woodbridge, NJ
City/Town: Woodbridge
Website or Map: http://www.cleanedison.com
Phone: (888)513-3476
Event Type: training, workshop, education
Organized By: CleanEdison
Latest Activity: Sep 24, 2012

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WHY TAKE THIS COURSE:

BPI Heating Specialist training prepares participants for career advancement as a residential heating contractor. Paired with the BPI Building Analyst course, the BPI Heating Specialist certification also makes your firm eligible for BPI Accreditation. BPI Accreditation is vital for home performance contracting companies who wish to participate in state and federal incentives that require work to be completed by accredited companies only.

This course is ideal for home inspectors, HVAC technicians, insulation professionals, general contractors, home builders, engineers, architects and anyone interested in heating systems. A BPI Building Analyst Certification is recommended to take this course.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:

CleanEdison’s 40-hour Heating Specialist Professional course offers advanced participants the chance to develop their skills in heating system selection, maintenance, and efficiency measures. The training is designed to immerse building science professionals in the essentials of heating system load and sizing, design, duct system diagnostics, and proper maintenance and efficiency analysis.

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

  • 5-day course includes 20 hours of live classroom instruction and 16 hours of field training
  • All course materials and handbooks
  • All exam fees, written and field exam scheduling
  • CleanEdison Pass Guarantee: if you do not pass the certification exam on your first try, you may re-take the course at no additional cost

CERTIFICATION:

Our BPI Heating Specialist course prepares participants to sit for the 100-question written exam and perform the field test for BPI Heating Professional certification. A 70% on the written exam and successful completion of the field exam will earn the candidate the nationally recognized BPI Heating Specialist certification.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.CLEANEDISON.COM

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