ENERGY STAR 3.0 Online Training

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ENERGY STAR 3.0 Online Training

Time: July 10, 2012 to July 13, 2012
Location: Online for your convenience!
Event Type: training
Organized By: Lauren McFeeley
Latest Activity: Jul 4, 2012

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Performance Systems Development's ENERGY STAR 3.0 training covers the new requirements of ENERGY STAR for New Homes version 3 program, including:

  • an ENERGY STAR v3 Overview
  • Thermal Enclosure Rater Checklist
  • HVAC Quality Installation Rater Checklist
  • Water Management Builder Checklist

and our not to be missed question and answer sessions with instructors Emelie Cuppernell and Ethan MacCormick!

At the conclusion of the training, each participant will take an online test to qualify for the completion certificate.

This training is approved for 18 hours of RESNET Professional Development Credits and 9 BPI continuing education credits.

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