Thanks to those of you who joined BPI's webinar on the Healthy Home Evaluator certification yesterday, Dec 6th.

Panelists included: Dr. Peter Ashley (HUD, Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control), Wes Stewart (Green & Healthy Homes Initiative), Jack Anderson (Healthy Housing Solutions) and BPI's own Larry Zarker, CEO and Matt Anderson, Director of Client Relations.

 

The panelists explained the need for healthy homes across the country, the development of the HHE certification for home performance pros, and upcoming training for the HHE exam.

 

To watch the recorded version of the webinar, please visit this link:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/6353840581572420353

 

To see what it takes to qualify to take the exam, to download the certification handbook, or for more information on the HHE, please visit: bpi.org/hhe

 

For technical questions about the HHE certification, please contact: hhe@bpi.org.

 

Thank you!

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