Building Analyst & Envelope Professional Training for BPI Certification

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Building Analyst & Envelope Professional Training for BPI Certification

Time: October 15, 2012 at 9am to November 2, 2012 at 4pm
Location: Holyoke Community College, Kittredge Center
City/Town: Holyoke, MA
Website or Map: http://www.econtc.com/index.h…
Phone: 855.833.3318
Event Type: training, certification
Organized By: Energy Conservation Training Company
Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2012

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Event Description

Building Analyst & Envelope Professional Training for

BPI Certification à Intensive Course Format

Energy Conservation Training Company - A Division of Applied Proactive Technologies, Inc

Contact:  Jeff Catlin - 503.853.6111 or jeff.catlin@econtc.com

Course is being held at Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA

Tuition Price: $2,995

Wednesdays, 5:30-8:30pm & Saturdays 9am-1pm

TUITION FEE INCLUDES:

  • Classroom instruction
  • Hands-on field training at local private residences
  • Books and study guides
  • On-line access to curriculum and mock exams
  • Written and Field exam fees

COURSE CONTENTS

Building Analyst Professional:

  • Fundamentals of Building Science
  • Fundamentals of Buildings and their Systems
  • Measurement and Verification of Building Performance
  • Blower Door set up and operation
  • Pressure diagnostics with digital manometers
  • BPI Standards and Project Specifications
  • Analyzing Building Systems
  • Professional Ethics, Conduct & Communications

Envelope Professional:

  • Intermediate Building Science
  • Advanced Pressure diagnostics
  • Infrared camera use and diagnostics
  • Envelope Systems and their interactions with other systems
  • Intermediate Measurement and Verification of Building Performance
  • Intermediate BPI Standards / Project Specs
  • Optimizing Envelopes and their interactions with Building Systems
  • Advanced Ethics and Conduct

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