Building Science Basics Online -- BPI CEUs

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Building Science Basics focusses on the 'why' behind energy efficiency and weatherization work.

Our online training is self-directed and is designed to be broken in 10 -15 minute chunks for study or review. Great for those who cannot get to face-to-face training, or those who want to get a good start on the road to understanding building science before they hit the classroom.

If you want to spruce up your understanding of building science, this course qualifies for BPI CEUs.

If you have the basics, you can challenge the Buildings Science Basics exam and go on to one of our Air Sealing or Windows and Doors courses. 

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