BPI Building Analyst Training Course | Boston, MA
November 8th - November 13th, 2010 (8:30 - 17:30)
215 Mt. Auburn Street , MA - Boston, 215 Mt. Auburn Street
MA - Boston, MA, United States
Topic: Career & Job
Event Type: Conference
Tags: BPI Certification, energy audit training, Geothermal Classes, Home Star Program, Hybrid Training, LEED Certification, LEED Exam Prep, Solar Training
BPI Building Analyst Training Course in MA – Boston
Energy Audit Training, and Building Performance Institute Training
CleanEdison also specializes in Energy Audit Training offering a nationally-recognized BPI Certification from the Building Performance Institute (BPI). CleanEdison understands that building professionals need to get in and out of BPI Training courses as quickly and efficiently as possible so trainees can achieve BPI Certification without delay! Which is why we’ve design our BPI Classes with your needs in mind. In our BPI Classes, you will learn how to use diagnostic equipment such as the blower door and the combustion analyzer to ensure systems are functioning together correctly to maximize home performance, comfort, energy efficiency, safety and durability. All apart of the new services you will be able to provide to customers with your Energy Audit Certification. In addition, CleanEdison handles all of the application paperwork, exam fees, and exam logistics for you. Come explore your future by getting your BPI Certification with CleanEdison. Register for our BPI Training program today.
Energy Audit Training, LEED Certification, LEED Exam Prep and Solar Training – Award Winning Curriculum
Winner of the 2009 CTN Green Excellence Seal for Green Education, CleanEdison is part of the US Green Building Council’s Education Provider Program and an approved affiliate of the Building Performance Institute (BPI). The enclosed proposal reflects the exceptional depth and breadth of our business, which benefits corporate organizations and non-profit entities both from an operations and financial standpoint. CleanEdison’s course offers a review of all the topics and information you will need to know to pass any of your exams, from Energy Audit Training to LEED Certification and give you the confidence and knowledge you need to pass on your first attempt.
CleanEdison’s BPI Building Analyst course will teach you basic principles of building science to assess energy efficiency in a home while also monitoring conditions that have a direct impact on human health and safety. BPI Standards emphasize the “”house-as-a-system”" approach to inspecting a home, meaning that all systems are interconnected from the HVAC equipment, to the envelope, the foundation, walls, roof, doors and windows. You will learn how to use diagnostic equipment such as the blower door and the combustion analyzer to ensure systems are functioning together correctly to maximize home performance, comfort, energy efficiency, safety and durability. An energy auditor with BPI certification gives homeowners peace of mind knowing the professional meets the national standards of the Building Performance Institute having passed both a written and a hands-on field exam.
Energy Audit Training – Why take the BPI Building Analyst Training Course
BPI Standards have been crafted with one important fact in mind: The house is a system and everything is connected. The relationship between all interconnected systems of the house is the key to its overall performance, efficiency, and durability. Moreover, home performance is essential to the health, safety, and comfort of occupants. Certified BPI professionals are trained to quickly target, diagnose, and solve household performance problems such as mold, mildew, ice dams, drafts, and high utility bills to name a few.
Energy Audit Training – Who Should Attend?
- HERS Raters
- Home Inspectors
- HVAC Professionals
- Insulation Professionals
- General Contractors
- Home Builders
Energy Audit Training – Associated Jobs
The following are possible career paths that can result from energy audit training. Some jobs may require further education and training, and as always there is no substitute for hands on experience in the field:
- Energy Auditor
- Insulation Professional
- HERS Rater
- HVAC Professional
- Home Performance Contractor
- Weatherization Professional
- Residential Energy Consultant
- Residential Energy Efficiency Program Manager
Energy Audit Training – Guaranteed Results
Becoming a BPI Building Analyst can be both expensive and time consuming. Our programs are designed to get you through the process quickly and easily.
We are so confident that you’ll pass your BPI Building Analyst exam after taking our course that we’ll let you retake our course as many times as you need to until you earn your accreditation.
Repeat testing fees of $250 for the written exam and $495 for the field exam are not included with the guarantee.
Energy Audit Training – Course Includes
- Pre-course study material
- Quizzes and review
- CleanEdison customized curriculum
- CleanEdison Study Guide
- 13 hours of classroom training
- 8 hours of field training
- BPI Building Analyst 2-hour proctored written exam and written exam fee
- BPI Building Analyst 2-hour one-on-one proctored field exam and field exam fee
Energy Audit Training – Prerequisites
While there are no prerequisites for our BPI Building Analyst course, we find that this course is best suited for those individuals who have a background in residential construction, contracting or inspection industries. High school level math is also recommended. If for any reason you need a little more study time or practice in the field, you may make arrangements to take the written and/or field test at our next area course.
Energy Audit Training – Testimonials
I would like to thank CleanEdison for all of your help and support. I completed the Building Analyst and Envelope Professional courses and passed both of the exams and field test. Our instructor was fantastic. He has the unique ability to take the theory of Building Science and explain it in simple to understand terms. I would highly recommend CleanEdison.
- M. Nachurski -Morristown, NJ
Energy Audit Training – Syllabus
The BPI Building Analyst course is the first step to becoming a professional energy auditor. CleanEdison’s course covers the following topics designed to help you understand energy efficient home analysis topics:
- Principles of Energy and Building Science
- The Energy Audit Process
- Building Shell and Thermal Envelope
- Airflow Basics
- Moisture Management
- Air Quality
- Combustion Safety and CO Monitoring
- Building Systems: HVAC, Lighting, Appliances, and DHW
- Diagnosing Common Building Problems
- Blower Door Testing
- Combustion Testing and Safety
CleanEdison’s BPI Building Analyst Field Training applies the fundamental principals learned in the classroom to an actual residential home. The training will have a large focus on Combustion Appliance Zone testing due to its importance with maintaining the health of the housing occupants. You will go on location and be taught how to identify common residential problems and learn to use the following equipment:
FIELD PORTION EQUIPMENT
- Blower door
- Ambient Carbon Monoxide detector
- Natural gas detector
- Flue gas detector
Organizer(s): BPI Heating Specialist
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