RESNET Combustion Safety Testing

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RESNET Combustion Safety Testing

Time: April 10, 2014 to April 11, 2014
Location: Berthoud, Colorado
Website or Map: http://energylogicacademy.com…
Event Type: resnet, cst, training
Organized By: Matt Thornberry
Latest Activity: Feb 28, 2014

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The EnergyLogic Academy is hosting training for RESNET Combustion Safety. We are offering three options. 

  1. Option 1 – Online Only: The first option is only available to Raters that can provide documentation of field training with the diagnostic equipment associated with combustion safety training. This can include documentation of BPI Building Analyst certification, BPI Envelope Professional, and or demonstration of competency with the equipment and testing processes.
  2. Option 2 – Online + 1 Day Field Labs: The second option includes all of the elearning materials plus a full day of combustion safety testing labs. It requires that participants setup proctored exam outside of EnergyLogic through a community college, library, or testing center. EnergyLogic will provide instructions on this process.
  3. Option 3 – Online + 1 Day Field Labs + 1 Day Test Prep & Test Proctoring: The third option includes all of the elearning materials, a full day of combustion safety testing labs, and a day of test preparation, instructor lead practice with the RESCaz simulator, and proctoring for both the written and simualted exam.

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