TSFEE/BPI Building Science Principles Certificate Training

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TSFEE/BPI Building Science Principles Certificate Training

Time: May 29, 2014 from 8:30am to 3pm
Location: The School for Energy Efficiency
Street: 145 Railroad Hill St.
City/Town: Waterbury, CT
Website or Map: http://tsfee.com/register.php…
Phone: 203-419-5054
Event Type: bpi, training
Organized By: Mark
Latest Activity: Mar 3, 2014

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TSFEE/BPI Building Science Principles Certificate Training

Building trade professionals, HVAC contractors, students, realtors, home appraisers, home inspectors, or anyone who is considering entering the home performance industry. This introductory class will enlighten you to the potentials of the home performance industry and your business potential within it. By taking this course, you will better understand home performance and if you determine that providing the actual installation services considered under home performance, you should then consider more stringent certification, such as Analyst and Envelope. Business owners or managers who oversee BPI certified programs or employees on the front lines of the residential building trade, who don’t need to be certified in the hands-on technical skills learned in other BPI Certification courses, such as Analyst and Envelop, would greatly benefit from this certificate.Cost: $150 for the one day class (usually 8:30am – 3:00pm) $ 25 to take the online test on site (this cost does not include the cost of the online reference guide, currently $99.00 nor the online testing fee of $99, both of these must be purchased directly through bpi.org) Class is held at our Waterbury Facility:145 Railroad Hill Street

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