Energy Auditor Training-BPI and RESNET Certifications

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Energy Auditor Training-BPI and RESNET Certifications

Time: September 17, 2012 at 9am to September 21, 2012 at 2pm
Location: Priority Energy Training Center
Street: 538 Busse Parkway
City/Town: Park Ridge, IL
Website or Map: http://www.priorityenergy.com
Phone: 800-737-2299
Event Type: certification, training
Organized By: Robert Schildgen
Latest Activity: Aug 22, 2012

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At our 5-day training program you can choose your designation. You can preparefor the BPI Building Analyst and/or Envelope Professional Written and Field exams or the RESNET/HERS Rater exam. Some students choose to prepare for bothe the BPI exams and the RESNET exam-saving time and money.

Our instructors will guide you through the fundamentals of a successful audit. In addition, you will learn the basics of infrared technology and IR camera operation, fundamental building inspection techniques, information gathering processes, and REMrate report software.

Course fee includes text books (mailed in advance to the student's home), customized work binders and exam fees.

Our instructors are energy auditors themselves and are working in the field almost everyday. They are certified professionals with backgrounds in engineering and building science and dedicated to helping you succeed.

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