New York Green Training Dollars Are Available For YOU!

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New York Green Training Dollars Are Available For YOU!

Time: February 6, 2012 to February 29, 2012
Location: New York
Website or Map: http://www.greentrainingusa.c…
Event Type: new, york, residents, can, qualify, to, take, one, or, more, of, our, bpi, and, resnet, certification, courses, for, half, price!
Organized By: Green Training USA
Latest Activity: Feb 29, 2012

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New York residents can qualify to take one or more of our BPI and RESNET Certification Courses for HALF PRICE!

Green Training USA has been awarded a NYSERDA grant to provide subsidized certification courses and exams for residents who seek career training to become energy assessors or energy-improvement contractors. By winning the award, we can proudly slash course tuition and exam fees by 50% - while funds last. Two of these courses can be taken all online; the others are a blend of self-paced e-Learning plus hands-on, diagnostic field training in Rochester or other NY locations near you.

This is a perfect opportunity to get additional employees trained and certified for a minimal cost. Home inspectors, HVAC contractors, home repair and construction contractors, insulation installers and roofing installers can expand their careers with any of the following certifications:

Eligible BPI Courses Include Certification Exams

BPI Building Analyst Professional – Blended Online/Onsite Energy Assessment 

Regularly $1795 NOW $897.50 for the 1st 50 enrolled ½ Price Coupon Code – NYSBA

Complete 24 hours of Self-paced Online Attend 8-hour Hands-On Training in Elmsford, Ballston Spa or Rochester

BPI Building Envelope Specialist – Blended Online/Onsite Advanced Energy Assessment 

Regularly $1450 NOW $725 for the 1st 50 enrolled         ½ Price Coupon Code – NYSBE

Complete 6 hours of Self-paced Online (BPI Analyst is a Prerequisite) Attend 8-hour Hands-On Training in Elmsford, Ballston Spa or Rochester

Eligible RESNET Courses Include Certification Exams

RESNET Home Energy Survey Professional (HESP) – All Online Energy Assessment   

Regularly $599 NOW $299 for the first 10 enrolled        ½ Price Coupon Code – NYSHE

Complete 16 hours of Self-paced Online – No Hands-on Required                          

RESNET HERS Rater – Blended Online/Onsite for Advanced Energy Assessment   

Regularly $1549 NOW $725 for the 1st 48 enrolled         ½ Price Coupon Code  - NYSHER

Complete 24 hours of Self-paced Online (BPI Analyst is a Prerequisite) Attend 20 hours of Classroom/Hands-On Training

RESNET EnergySmart Contractor** – All Online for Improvement Contractors      

Regularly $349  NOW $175 for the first 34 enrolled ½ Price Coupon Code  - NYSES Complete 8 hours of Self-paced Online – No Hands-on Required

** The New York City Buildings Department has now recognized the RESNET Energy Smart Contractor credential for the program’s general contractor license for 1-, 2- and 3-family homes.

NYSERDA grant money to cover half of the tuition & certification exam fees is available now, but this opportunity could end at any time.

Call 800-518-1877 for a Complete Schedule of NY Onsite Field Training & Exam Dates

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