CleanEdison BPI BA/ES Bootcamp LA - New Orleans Sep 01, 2014

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CleanEdison BPI BA/ES Bootcamp LA - New Orleans Sep 01, 2014

Time: September 1, 2014 at 8am to September 6, 2014 at 5pm
Location: Hampton Inn - New Orleans, LA
Street: 3626 St. Charles Ave
City/Town: New Orleans
Website or Map: http://www.cleanedison.com/co…
Phone: 1-800-658-3656
Event Type: class
Organized By: CleanEdison
Latest Activity: Nov 15, 2013

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Event Description

Why Take This Course:

  • By combining the Building Analyst and Envelope Professional certification courses into one program, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the all the knowledge and skills needed to be a certified energy auditor, while saving time and money on training
  • Together, the BPI Building Analyst and BPI Envelope Professional certifications make your firm eligible for accreditation by The Building Performance Institute (BPI). BPI Accreditation is often required to offer federal, state and local incentives to your customers
  • The classroom portion of the course can be taken either in person or online

What You'll Learn:

CleanEdison's five-day intensive BA/ES Combo Course combines our BPI Building Analyst training and Envelope Professional training into a concise program.

Course Objectives:

  • Have an understanding of the various types systems within a home, their components and functions and how they inter-operate
  • Know the process of completing a BPI energy audit to Building Analyst Standards and be able to communicate this to Customers
  • Be able to conduct safety and performance tests to assess system condition, identiy savings opportunities and prepae a workscope with meaningful, cost effective retrofit solutions
  • Understand the installation process of ALL suggested and installed workscope meausures and inspect for accuracy
  • Pass the BPI Building Analyst and Envelope written and field exams

Agenda

Day 1 Course Outline:

Introduction & Paperwork

  • Section 1: What is BPI?
  • Section2: Building Science Basics
  • Section 3: Energy and the consumer
  • Section 4: Energy Basics
  • Section 5: Degree Days
  • Section 6: Building Enevlope
  • Section 7: Diagnostic Procedures
  • Section 8: Windows & Doors
  • Section 9: Air Leakage
  • Section10: Finding Aie Leaks
  • Section 11: Air Sealing

Day 2 Coure Outline:

  • Section 12: Duct Leakage
  • Section 13: Insulation
  • Section 14: Basements & Crawlspaces
  • Section 15: Lighting & Appliances
  • Section 16: Home Heating Basics
  • Section 17: Combustion Heating
  • Section 18: Water Heating
  • Section 19: Cooling Systems
  • Section 20: Health & Safety
  • Section 21: Combustion Appliance Testing
  • Section 22: Audit Process
  • Section 23: Optional Slides

Day 3 Course Outline:

  • AM - Field Training - Audit Demonstration
  • PM - Field Training - Candidate Audit Hands-On

Day 4 Course Ouline:

  • 8:00 - 10:00 Review for Written Test
  • 10:00 - 12:00 Online Test
  • 1:00 - 5:00 Field Test (2hr Slots)
Day 5 - (6 If Needed)
  • 9:00 - 5:00pm Field Test (2hr Slots)
  • Day 6 - 9:00 Field Test Slots if needed

What's Included:

  • 5-day course includes 18 hours of classroom instruction (live or online) and 9 hours of live field training
  • Access to 20+ hours of additional online training materials
  • CleanEdison BPI Building Analyst Essentials Textbook ($99 value)
  • CleanEdison Envelope Professional Student Manual ($95 value)
  • Live review session with practice questions
  • All BPI exam fees and 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

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