BPI Issues Open Call for Volunteers to Serve on its Whole House HVAC Quality Maintenance Certification Scheme Committee

The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) seeks volunteers to serve on a scheme committee for its Whole House HVAC Quality Maintenance . All committee members will earn up to 12 BPI CEUs for their participation on the scheme committee. The committee will prepare a certification scheme that will guide the development of test questions for the Whole House HVAC Quality Maintenance Certification.

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Mike, Thanks for the invitation. I have submitted my application and hope to work with the committee to help HVAC maintenance personal to look at the whole house as a part of quality maintenance procedures.

That's fantastic mark, I am glad to hear that you have applied! Thanks so much for taking the time to fill out the application, and for getting it back to BPI so quickly!

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