Heating Professional Training for BPI Certification

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Heating Professional Training for BPI Certification

Time: January 14, 2013 at 8:30am to January 18, 2013 at 4:30pm
Location: ECONTC Training Center
Street: 11517 NE Marx St
City/Town: Portland, OR
Website or Map: http://www.econtc.com/
Phone: 503.853.6111
Event Type: training, certification
Organized By: Energy Conservation Training Company
Latest Activity: Dec 12, 2012

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Heating Professional Training for BPI Certification

Energy Conservation Training Company - A Division of Applied Proactive Technologies, Inc

Contact:  Jeff Catlin - 503.853.6111 or jeff.catlin@econtc.com

Tuition Price: $1,495

This course will prepare you to earn your BPI Heating Professional Certification.  BPI written and field exam fees are included in the course cost.  The course is focused on optimizing forced air, domestic hot water, and boiler heating systems for energy efficiency, occupant comfort, health and safety from a house as a system approach.

TUITION FEE INCLUDES:

  • Classroom instruction
  • Hands-on field training
  • Books and study materials
  • On-line access to curriculum and mock exams
  • Written and Field exam fees

COURSE CONTENTS

  • Fundamentals of combustion
  • Heating system types
  • Distribution system types
  • Venting of combustion appliances
  • Carbon monoxide and gas leakage diagnostic testing
  • Duct blaster technology and duct leakage testing
  • System efficiency analysis
  • Health and safety

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