CleanEdison BPI Multifamily Building Analyst Training CA - Los Angeles Jun 02, 2014

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CleanEdison BPI Multifamily Building Analyst Training  CA - Los Angeles Jun 02, 2014

Time: June 2, 2014 at 8am to June 6, 2014 at 5pm
Location: Hampton Inn - Arcadia, CA
Street: 311 East Huntington Drive
City/Town: Los Angeles
Website or Map: http://www.cleanedison.com/co…
Phone: 1-800-658-3656
Event Type: bpi, hers, certification, training
Organized By: CleanEdison
Latest Activity: Nov 27, 2013

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Event Description

CleanEdison's BPI Multifamily Building Analyst course aligns with the professional standards set forth by the Building Performance Institute (BPI). This advanced energy auditor training will provide individuals with the knowledge, skills and certification needed to excel in the multifamily energy performance industry.

Why Take This Course:

  • Government incentives are beginning to focus on multifamily buildings as a major opportunity for energy savings.
  • The BPI Multifamily Certification is one of the few credentials eligible for commissioning large buildings as part of mandatory regulations in major cities like New York and San Francisco
  • You will gain energy efficiency skills that can immediately be applied to the field
  • This course can be taken in person or online

Who Should Take This Course:

There are no prerequisites, although the BPI Building Analyst Certification is recommended.

Our BPI Multifamily course is ideal for:

  • General contractors
  • Home inspectors
  • HVAC technicians
  • Insulation professionals
  • Engineers
  • Architects
  • Anyone interested in the energy efficiency of multifamily buildings

What You'll Learn:

CleanEdion's 34-hour Multifamily Building Analyst training teaches participants the standards and practices for energy auditing large housing complexes with multiple family units.

Course Ojectives: 

  • Understand the vaious types of building systems found in multifamily buildings, including their componenets and functions
  • Know how to complete a comprehensive BPI compliant multifamily building assessment
  • Be able to conduct safety and performance tests to assess system conditions and identify savings opportunities
  • Pass the BPI Multifamily Building Analyst (MFBA) written exam

Agenda:

Day 1 Course Outline: 

  • Section 1: Introduction
  • Section 2: Overview of the MFA Auditing Process
  • Section 3: Pre-Site Visit Collection and Analysis of Data
  • Section 4: Site Visit Considerations
  • Section 5: Analysis of Building Envelope Diagnostics and Imrpovements

Day 2 Course Outline:

  • Section 6: Heating System
  • Section 6B: Diagnostics and Improvements of Heating Systems

Day 3 Course Outline:

  • Section 7: Combined Heat and Power
  • Section 8: Ventilation Systems
  • Section 9: Cooling Systems
  • Section 10: Water Systems
  • Section 11: Electrical Systems

Day 4 Course Outline: 

  • Section 12: Lighting Systems
  • Section 13: Utility Rate Structures
  • Section 14: Utility Analysis and Modeling
  • Section 15: Cost Estimation and Economic Analysis
  • Section 16: Organization and Presentation of the Report

 

What's Included:

  • 4-day course includes 34 hours of live classroom instruction
  • CleanEdison BPI Multifamily Building Analyst 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:

CleanEdison's BPI Multifamily Building Analyst course prepares participants to earn the nationally recognized BPI Multifamily Building Analyst certification.

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