CleanEdison BPI AC/Heat Pump Training NJ - Newark Apr 28, 2014

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CleanEdison BPI AC/Heat Pump Training NJ - Newark Apr 28, 2014

Time: April 28, 2014 at 8am to May 1, 2014 at 5pm
Location: Best Western Robert Treat Hotel
Street: 50 Park Place
City/Town: Newark
Website or Map: http://www.cleanedison.com/co…
Phone: 1-800-658-3656
Event Type: bpi, hers, certification, training
Organized By: CleanEdison
Latest Activity: Dec 5, 2013

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Event Description

CleanEdison's BPI AC / Heat Pump course aligns with the professional standards of excellence set forth by the Building Performance Institute (BPI). This course will provide individuals with the knowledge, skills and certification needed to excel in the home energy performance industry.

Why Take This Course:

  • Paired with the BPI Building Analyst certification, the BPI Air Conditioning / Heat Pump Cooling Certification 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.
  • Cooling systems account for 30% of residential energy use. This certification proves that you have the skills to make significant reduction in your clients' costs.
  • You will gain energy efficiency skills that can immediately be applied to the field
  • The home energy performance industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the nation

Who Should Take This Course:

Course prerequisite: National Recycling and Emission Reduction Program; EPA 608 Level II or Universal certification are required in order to take this class.

Our BPI AC / Heat Pump training is ideal for:

  • Energy auditors
  • Home inspectors
  • HVAC technicians
  • General contractors
  • Home builders
  • Insulation Professionals
  • Anyone interested in a career in energy auditing.

What You'll Learn:

CleanEdison's 20-hour Air Conditioning / Heat Pump Cooling Professional course gives participants the opportunity to work with the equipment they’ll come across every day on the job and understand the role these systems play within the house-as-a-system approach.

Course Topics:

  • Combustion appliance testing
  • Current usage vs. proposed savings
  • Sizing, calculations, & conservation measures
  • General home visual inspection
  • Electrical & water management
  • Health and Safety
  • Commissioning

What's Included:

  • 3-day course includes 10 hours of live classroom instruction and 10 hours of field training working with real equipment
  • CleanEdison BPI AC / Heat Pump Student Manual ($95 value)
  • 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

BPI Certification:

The AC / Heat Pump Professional course prepares trainees to sit for the 100-question written exam and perform the 2-hour field exams for BPI Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Professional certification taken upon completion of the course.

A 70% on the written exam and successful completion of the field exam will earn the candidate the nationally recognized BPI AC/Heat Pump certification.

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