Training and Testing in Support of BPI Envelope Professional Certification

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Training and Testing in Support of BPI Envelope Professional Certification

Time: November 15, 2011 at 9am to November 17, 2011 at 4:30pm
Location: Pure Energy
Street: 10 North Bausman Drive
City/Town: Lancaster, PA 17603
Phone: 717-572-6680
Event Type: bpi, training
Organized By: A. Tamasin Sterner
Latest Activity: Aug 26, 2011

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Event Description

Pure Energy Coach continues to deliver its continuing education programs at its Lancaster training center. This three-day course incorporates classroom lectures, as well as demonstrations with an emphasis on student interaction during lab exercises.

When:  November  15 - 17, 2011 (3 days total)

Who Should Attend:

  • Energy Auditors and Building Analysts
  • Home Performance Contractors and Weatherization Crews
  • Remodelers and Home Improvement Contractors
  • Builders
  • Code Officials and Home Inspectors
  • Raters

Pre-Requisite:  BPI Building Analyst Professional Certification

Optional BPI testing after the course   

Bonus:  7.5 BPI CEU's for those who are BPI Certified!

You’ll Learn About:

  • Introduction to BPI including using the website: BA and Envelope Professional
  • Page by page review of the Standards
  • Hands-on all diagnostics, including duct testing
  • How to deal with recessed lights
  • Measuring flow and leakage associated with air handlers, ductwork and mechanical ventilators
  • Prioritizing actions and measures
  • Proper insulation installation
  • Assessment skills

What makes Pure Energy Coach’s training even more valuable for you?

  • We offer personalized mentoring and support after you’ve completed the course
  • We deliver a hands-on experience: you get to practice techniques first-hand and get instant feedback

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