BPI Building Analyst Training & Certification Course

BPI Building Analyst Training & Certification

This course provides the training you need to become certified as a BPI Building Analyst Professional.
You will be able to perform a thorough building analysis and provide work scope recommendations to save energy, improve comfort and increase a home's safety and durability.
Your BPI Building Analyst credentials will qualify your clients for a variety of incentive programs.


Benefits of the Course

You will be able to work with homeowners to improve their comfort and safety, and reduce their energy bills.
Homeowners are required to work with a BPI Building Analyst to qualify for various incentive programs. Your certification helps you grow your business.
Our partners at Home Energy Team will help you build a home performance business (or add home performance to your existing business) with the Home Energy Team complete business solution. A la carte business services also available. (Additional fees apply).

Course Package Tuition: Only $1795
0% Financing Available

BONUS!

RESNET EnergySmart Contractor CERTIFICATION
Included for FREE with this course
SAVE $150
(Training & exam waived for BPI Analysts. Includes CEQ (QA) Provider fee for 1st Year)

Upcoming Classes Scheduled for Cincinnati, OH and Silver Spring, MD May 21-23, 2013  Register Now!

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