RESNET Home Energy Rater Training - Wilmington, NC

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RESNET Home Energy Rater Training - Wilmington, NC

Time: May 2, 2011 at 8am to May 7, 2011 at 6pm
Location: Wilmington, NC
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Phone: 970.556.7194
Event Type: training
Organized By: EnergyLogic
Latest Activity: Apr 15, 2011

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Certification Earned: Successful completion of this training will satisfy the first two steps required for RESNET Rater Certification. Please note that the third and final step (minimum 3 Probationary Ratings) is to be performed under a candidate's HERS Provider and is not included in this course.

Tuition: $1200 (paid to EnergyLogic)
Test Fee: $50*
Required Text: $45**
Total Cost: $1,295

Duration: 6 days, 8am - 6pm

Prerequisites: Completing required text prior to class & additional studying outlined in FAQ document (below)

**Required Text: Residential Energy by Krigger & Dorsi. Purchase at or at one of our offices (please contact us regarding availability at our offices)

Test Taken: RESNET National Home Energy Rater Test

*Test Fee: Payable to RESNET at the time of the exam

Required Materials: laptop with wireless capability (if a Mac, must run a dual platform), calculator capable of calculating square roots

Suggested Materials: clipboard, tape measurer (at least 25 ft), hardhat & flashlight

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