Weatherization Technician Training for BPI Certification

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Weatherization Technician Training for BPI Certification

Time: October 15, 2012 at 8:30am to October 26, 2012 at 4:30pm
Location: ECONTC Training Center
Street: 11517 NE Marx St
City/Town: Portland
Website or Map: http://www.econtc.com
Phone: 503.206.7470
Event Type: training, certification
Organized By: Energy Conservation Training Company
Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2012

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Weatherization Technician Training for BPI Certification

Energy Conservation Training Company - A Division of Applied Proactive Technologies, Inc

~ In Partnership with Mount Hood Community College

Contact:  Jeff Catlin - 503.206.7470 or jeff.catlin@econtc.com

ABOUT THE COURSE

This course is for entry level weatherization and home performance laborers. Graduates will earn BPI Certification.

Tuition Price: $ 2,995.00

TUITION FEE INCLUDES:

  • · Classroom Instruction
  • · In-field On the Job Training
  • · Hands-on Lab Work
  • · Study Materials
  • · Basic Safety equipment

COURSE CONTENTS

• Health and Safety on the job

• House as a System

• Introductory Building Science

• Basic and Advanced Air Sealing

• Fire Protection

• Combustion Safety Awareness

• HVAC Sealing, Insulation, and Filtration

• Ventilation (installing new systems and

repairing existing ones)

• Attic Insulation Prep

• Insulating Attics, Walls, and Floors

• Dense-Packing

• Base Load Measures

 

Recommended Prerequisites:

Basic reading & math skills

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