BPI Heating Specialist in MA - Boston

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BPI Heating Specialist in MA - Boston

Time: May 9, 2011 at 8am to May 13, 2011 at 5pm
Location: 215 Mt. Auburn Street
Street: 215 Mt. Auburn Street
City/Town: Watertown, MA, USA, 02472
Phone: 888-513-3476
Event Type: training, class
Organized By: Cmot Cho
Latest Activity: Feb 4, 2011

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This 5-day BPI Heating Specialist course includes both classroom sessions and field experience. The course will help you prepare for the Building Performance Institute's Heating Professional written and field exams. CleanEdison's BPI Heating Professional certification course is a BPI residential specialization that can be used in conjunction with the Building Analyst certification to allow your company to apply for accreditation (if your company is in the relative field i.e. HVAC).

Accreditation can be useful for acquiring various incentives throughout each state. As an individual this course will prepare you to understand heating system load and sizing, design, duct system diagnostics, and proper maintenance and efficiency analysis. Training will include review of some Building Analyst topics, but is not a BA preparatory course.

Building Analyst certification, Building Analyst training and/or equivalent experience is strongly recommended. In addition, experience with HVAC systems and their operations is highly recommended. Qualifying candidates may make special arrangements with BPI to take both tests simultaneously.

BPI building analyst training is an important requirement for a BPI certified professional. Click here to find a BPI certification class near your area. Learn more about BPI Certification Energy Auditing today. CleanEdison's BPI training can help you improve your home energy auditing.

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