RESNET Combustion Safety Testing by EnergyLogic, Inc.

RESNET Combustion Safety Testing


This course is designed for professionals that maintain active HERS Rating Field Inspector or HERS Rater certification with a RESNET HERS Provider. All Raters and RFIs must take and pass the written and simulation exams before 2015.

The EnergyLogic Academy is offering three pathways for existing RESNET Home Energy Raters and Rating Field Inspectors to meet certification. Our desire is to provide flexibility in meeting this new requirement while ensuring that the professionals in our industry receive proper training. We strongly believe that everyone should have hands-on time with the equipment and testing processes. However, we also recognize that many Raters already have the skill with the equipment and processes.

Dates for field training and testing are April 10th (& 11th), May 8th (& 9th)

For more info, visit http://energylogicacademy.com/course-catalog/resnet-combustion-safe....

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