Discounted BPI Analyst and BPI Envelope Training in Omaha, NE. Register by February 14th

Home Energy Team Institute

is offering the BPI Building Analyst Professional Course as well as the BPI Building Analyst/Envelope COMBO course in Omaha, Nebraska, March 15-16. 

Register by February 14th and receive a $150 discount.

 

BPI Building Analyst Professional Course.  Regularly $1499. 

Register by 2/14 and get it for $1349.

(Includes 24 hours of online course modules, course materials and video DVD, Residential Energy textbook and the Building Analyst written and field exams)

Click here to get the deal and use coupon code "OMAHA" during registration.

 

BPI Building Analyst AND Building Envelope COMBO Course.  Regularly $2399. 

Register by 2/14 and get it for $2249.

(Includes 28 hours of online course modules, course materials and video DVD, Residential Energy textbook and the Building Analyst AND the Building Envelope written and field exams)

Click here to get the deal and use coupon code "OMAHA" during registration.

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