Free BPI and RESNET Training Available for Maryland Residents

The State of Maryland has obtained funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 for the purpose of occupational training and enhancement in “green” industries, including energy efficiency and renewable energy.

If you reside in Maryland and possess a MD drivers license you are likely eligible to receive the following trainings at NO COST to you:  RESNET HESP Online Training & Certification, RESNET EnergySmart Contractor Online Training & Certification, RESNET HERS Training & Certification, BPI Building Analyst and BPI Building Envelope Training and Certification. 

 

Classes will fill quickly.  Call Rachelle Moran today at Home Energy Team Institute for more information on this program:  800-518-1877.  rachelle@homeenergyteam.com

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I am interested in the RESNET HERS Training and Certification.

Matthew:

 

That is great!  Please go ahead and contact Rachelle Moran and she will get you started with the application process.  rachelle@homeenergyteam.com  800-518-1877

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