Houses That Work Educational Series Being Offered in Ohio

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Houses That Work Educational Series Being Offered in Ohio

Time: September 23, 2011 from 8:30am to 4:30pm
Location: Ramada Columbus North
Street: I-270 Exit 27
City/Town: Columbus
Website or Map: https://www.eeba.org/calendar…
Phone: (614) 890-8111
Event Type: class, room, training
Organized By: The Energy & Environmental Building Alliance
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2011

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The Energy and Environmental Building Alliance (EEBA) will be offering Houses That Work™ training sessions in 5 different locations in Ohio at the end of September. Houses That WorkTM is a nationally acclaimed training and education program and is based on years of field research from the Department of Energy’s Building America Program.

 

Houses that WorkTM delivers education based on the Building America Program’s experience for improved building performance and increased profitability. The climate-specific content includes measurement tools, design concepts, application demonstrations, and case studies.

 

These classes allow the students to gain a better understanding of building science, the “house-as-a-system” approach, and other fundamentals of what makes a house “work”. Students can take what they have learned and apply it to their field which can be anything from remodeling existing buildings, new construction, architecture, and real estate. This training can help influence how they market themselves and their businesses.

 

Attending one theses educational sessions is also a great way to earn continuing education credits. Houses That Work education qualifies for CEU credit for AIA, AIBD, BPI, RESNET, NAHB and is approved by the USGBC for GBCI CE Hours towards LEED credentialing maintenance.

 

Listed below are the 5 locations which have been chosen for sessions in September:

 

September 23rd – Columbus
September 26th – Toledo
September 27th – Cleveland
September 29th – Dayton
September 30th – Youngstown/Warren

 

These sessions are open to ANYONE who is interested in residential construction. The cost per session is only $25 (normally $125) so this is a great deal! Visit the EEBA website for more information and to register.

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