HERS Rater Hybrid Training (Classroom Component in MA)

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HERS Rater Hybrid Training (Classroom Component in MA)

Time: May 1, 2017 at 9am to May 19, 2017 at 5pm
Location: Fitchburg, MA
Street: 285 John Fitch Highway
City/Town: Fitchburg
Website or Map: http://www.nehers.org/event?E…
Phone: 978-633-3013
Event Type: hers, rater, training
Organized By: Betsy Ames
Latest Activity: Mar 14

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Early Bird Discount: Register by April 11th and get $200 off!

Online: May 1-May 12, 2017 - M-F 9am-12pm

 

5-Day Classroom/Field: May 15-19, 2017 -  M-F 8:30am-5pm - Fitchburg, MA

 

Training Fee of $2495 includes:

-a new module on the Practical Simulation Exam

-all four RESNET Exam Fees ($600 total value)

-the Northeast HERS Training and Reference Manual ($100 value)

-a one-year Associate Membership in NEHERS ($50 value)

-30 hours of online study

-5 days of classroom/field study

-a thorough review of basic energy concepts

-training on blower door testing and duct blasting

-two of the five supervised ratings required by RESNET

-and training on the latest version of rating software.

Both online and classroom components are required for rater certification. Final registration deadline is April 18, 2017. For more info contact Betsy Ames at betsy@nehers.org or call 978-633-3013.

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