HERS Rater Training Class

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HERS Rater Training Class

Time: May 2, 2012 at 8:30am to May 11, 2012 at 5pm
Location: Atlanta, GA
Street: 2767 Chamblee Tucker Rd.
City/Town: Atlanta, GA
Website or Map: http://www.energyvanguard.com…
Phone: 404-428-3393
Event Type: training, class
Organized By: Allison A. Bailes III
Latest Activity: Apr 19, 2012

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Event Description

Looking for a class where you’ll really learn the building science, energy modeling, and pressure testing you need to be a great home energy rater? Energy Vanguard has the class you need!

We know that 5 days isn’t enough time to learn everything you need to know, so we do it in 8. You’ll leave our class with a solid grasp of the fundamentals and ready to make a fast start at getting certified as a HERS rater. Plus, you'll leave the class with your training certificate in hand if you complete all the requirements.

Class Details

  • Dates: 2-11 May 2012 (with weekend off)
  • Location: Atlanta, GA
  • Instructor: Allison A. Bailes III, PhD
  • Cost: $1750

Here’s why you want to enroll in our class:

  • You’ll master the material quickly because we use teaching methods based on the best research on learning and adult education.
  • You get to learn directly from the pros: A PhD physicist who has experience building a high performance home, improving homes, and teaching; an architect and an engineer assist in teaching the class.
  • You’ll have 3 attempts to pass the national HERS rater test. Almost all of our students do pass!
  • You’ll get your training certificate before you leave, instead of having to wait a month or more after the class (assuming you meet the requirements, and most do).

See our article on How to Choose a HERS Rater Class to help you make your decision (http://ow.ly/adH7D).

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