I had forgotten about this site. Before you take a course in EE set up an account at https://trainingportal.ee.doe.gov/nwtp they have very good and FREE courses at this site. I will be posting other sites that share knowledge without a fee. If you have any questions or comments feel FREE to contact me. Knowledge is power share the knowledge. Enjoy

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Thanks Randy for sharing this. We've added the link to the list of training resources on the Training page under EERE National Training and Education Resource.

Hi Randy,

My name is Ronald Stevens. I'm brand new to this site and was referred by my BPI instructor at Cosumnes River College Scott Blunk. I'm grateful for any information that will help train and expand my knowledge in my new career as a Home Energy Pro. Knowledge is power, please continue to share thanks again

Ronald Stevens

Ronald.Stevens@Live.Com  

 

Randy, that looks like a great video to share in the Videos section too.

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