Energy Star 3.0 Two-Day Training Course

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Energy Star 3.0  Two-Day Training Course

Time: February 21, 2012 at 9am to February 22, 2012 at 9am
Location: Springhill Suites Chicago
Street: 8101 Higgins Rd
City/Town: Chicago, IL
Phone: 800-737-2299
Event Type: training, -, energy, star, 3.0, certification
Organized By: Robert Schildgen
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2012

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           "Energy Star 3.0 Training"

Energy Auditors, HERS Raters and contractors must renew certification to maintain their EPA Verification Partnership

Two day Course - $500.00 complete

  • A review of Energy Star 2.5 and the transition to 3.0
  • New Thermal Enclosure Rater Checklist
  • New HVAC Quality Installation Rater Checklist
  • New HVAC Quality Installation Contractor Checklist
  • New Water Management Builder Checklist
  • Proctoring of the required Energy Star 3.0 Written Exam

 

All participants must bring a laptop to class both days.

Call 1-800-737-2299 to register!

Priority Energy was one of the first training providers to sit with the EPA to help design the Energy Star 3.0 training guidelines. Since then, we have conducted one of the largest Energy Star 3.0 classes to-date at Ferris State University

Bonus:
This training is approved for 16 hours of RESNET Professional Development Credits and 9 BPI Continuing Education Credits.


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