The Residential Energy Services Network, known as RESNET, is a nationally recognized system for inspecting and calculating the energy performance of residences using the Home Energy Rating Systems (HERS) index. As one of the leaders in RESNET training, Everblue continually strives to improve the services that are offered to students. As a new RESNET Rating Provider, we will provide greater convenience and benefit to new and existing RESNET professionals.

What is a RESNET Rating Provider?

When students train for RESNET certification, they are required to not only complete the exam but must also complete subsequent field inspections. Many RESNET Training Providers offer the written exam and supervise two of the five required ratings. These organizations cannot administer the three additional field inspections unless they register with RESNET as Rating Providers. As a RESNET Training and Rating Provider, Everblue is now a convenient source for both prospective and current professionals to attain and retain RESNET certification. As a one-stop education and testing center, students do not need to sign up with an additional provider to meet RESNET requirements, saving both time and resources. Our RESNET Rating Provider Package will help you acquire those ratings and more!

What is included in Everblue’s RESNET Quality Assurance Program Package?

Sign up with Everblue as your go-to resource and receive rating reviews, on-site quality assurance visits, and rating feedback that will help you fine-tune your skills. Our package is the most comprehensive quality assurance program on the market and includes:

  • $500 Annual Membership Fee
  • REM/Rate License
  • Three Additional Provisional Ratings
  • Rating Review Completed within Two Business Days… or it’s Free!
  • Quarterly Webinars on Industry News and Hot Topics
  • Supplemental Learning Materials in Your Everblue Account
  • RESNET Continuing Education Opportunities
  • $50/Rating – Volume and Pre-Pay Discounts are Available

Everblue’s program provides all the essential elements necessary for RESNET professionals seeking certification, maintaining the credential, and operating as a residential RESNET rating business. As an exclusive offer for former Everblue RESNET students, if you join by December 31, 2013, you will receive a $100 discount on Everblue’s new Quality Assurance Program. To learn more about Everblue’s RESNET programs, please visit our RESNET Rating Provider page, call us at 800-460-2575 or email us at info@everblue.edu.

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