HERS Rater Trainings in NJ and MA

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HERS Rater Trainings in NJ and MA

Time: March 18, 2013 to March 23, 2013
Location: Luce, Schwab and Kase, Inc (LSK)
Street: 750 Airport Road
City/Town: Lakewood, NJ
Website or Map: http://www.lskair.com/Trainin…
Phone: 978*544*8270
Event Type: hers, rater, training
Organized By: Laurie DiDonato
Latest Activity: Feb 12, 2013

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HERS Training; March 18-23, Lakewood, NJ.  Register by Feb. 18 for $100 off!  The Northeast HERS Alliance offers a six-day training course designed to prepare individuals to become certified Home Energy Rating System (HERS) Raters. The class includes a thorough review of basic energy concepts, field experience with blower door testing and duct blasting, training on the latest version of rating software, and performing a home energy rating and entering the data into REM/Rate. Each student will conduct a field rating and blower door test in the presence of a trainer. Space is limited and acceptance is by order of deposits received.

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