Hybrid HERS Rater Training

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Online Component- September 29th-October 10th

Choose from 2 Classroom Sessions:
October 27-30 – Manchester, NH
November 3-7 – Berlin, CT

The Northeast HERS Alliance is offering a NEW Hybrid Rater training course designed to prepare individuals to become certified Home Energy Rating System (HERS) Raters. The class includes 30 hours of online study, and 4 days of classroom/field study, and features 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 performance of a home energy rating with data entry into REM/Rate. Each student will conduct a field rating and blower door test in the presence of a trainer. Space is limited so register now.

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