TSFEE BPI Envelope Certification

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TSFEE BPI Envelope Certification

Time: August 25, 2014 to August 29, 2014
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, envelope, professional, certification, training
Organized By: Mark
Latest Activity: May 16, 2014

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BPI Envelope Certification 

Students must have had Building Analyst training and certification to take this class. Now that you have received your BPI Building Analyst Certification it's time to enhance your skills and propel yourself and your company ahead of the competition.

This TSFEE/ITEC certification course is a BPI residential specialization that focuses on the building thermal and pressure boundaries and the ways to enhance the envelope through insulation and airsealing techniques. As an individual this course will prepare you to understand not only how to analyze a home, but help you to understand why the process is so important. Every home is different and it is important to understand not only what is happening, but why problems related to the building envelope such as moisture, ice dams, mildew and drafts were created in the first place.

Includes:

Pre-course study material. Quizzes and review Classroom training Field training BPI Envelope Professional 1-hour proctored written exam and written exam BPI Envelope Professional 2-hour one-on-one proctored field exam

Class runs July 7-11, 2014.

Test dates run the following week.

Class held at 145 Railroad Hill Waterbury, CT

20 BPI CEU's!

All participants MUST register via the link above

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