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Monday, December 07, 2009
8:00 AM - 4:59 PM

BPI BA (Building Analyst): Certification Course

Course Scope

The total length of the course will be 4.5 days in addition to a 2-hour field test and a 2 hour written exam totaling 32 hours for each student. The field exam will be conducted one-on-one with each student and a field proctor that has been approved by BPI to conduct exams.

Course Description

Get certified and earn money in the Green Economy by becoming a Residential Energy Auditor and Weatherization Professional through Building Analyst Certification. As a Certified Building Analyst, you contribute to environmental sustainability and safety by identifying problems and solutions to home energy efficiency, air quality, safety and durability. This course is a five-day fast track to BPI certification and is designed for professionals with minimal experience in residential contracting or home inspection.  Using a "house-as-a-system" approach, you will learn hands-on application of skills in the field while preparing to take the Building Performance Institute's Building Analyst Exam, which is administered by your instructor on the last day of class. By the end of the class, students will be prepared to pass the BPI written and field examinations that are administered by CleanEdison Instructors.  $600 exam costs are included in course fee.

Prerequisites: Minimal experience in residential contracting or home inspection.

Recommended Text (optional): Residential Energy: Cost Savings and Comfort for Existing Buildings (4th Ed.), Author: John Krigger, Publisher: Saturn Resource Management, ISBN-10: 18800120097

December 7-11, 2009Mon-Fri, 9:00 am-5:00 pmDowntown, Cole CenterENGR 499101 1900CEUs: 3.5     $1,650

For more information call 216-687-2144 or visit www.csuohio.edu/ce/catalog/green.html

Course Scope The total length of the course will be 4.5 days in addition to a 2-hour field test and a 2 hour written exam totaling 32 hours for each student. The field exam will be conducted one-on-one with each student and a field proctor that has been approved by BPI to conduct exams. Course Description Get certified and earn money in the Green Economy by becoming a Residential Energy Auditor and Weatherization Professional through Building Analyst Certification. As a Certified Building Analyst, you contribute to environmental sustainability and safety by identifying problems and solutions to home energy efficiency, air quality, safety and durability. This course is a five-day fast track to BPI certification and is designed for professionals with minimal experience in residential contracting or home inspection.  Using a "house-as-a-system" approach, you will learn hands-on application of skills in the field while preparing to take the Building Performance Institute's Building Analyst Exam, which is administered by your instructor on the last day of class. By the end of the class, students will be prepared to pass the BPI written and field examinations that are administered by CleanEdison Instructors.  $600 exam costs are included in course fee. Prerequisites: Minimal experience in residential contracting or home inspection. Recommended Text (optional): Residential Energy: Cost Savings and Comfort for Existing Buildings (4th Ed.), Author: John Krigger, Publisher: Saturn Resource Management, ISBN-10: 18800120097 December 7-11, 2009Mon-Fri, 9:00 am-5:00 pmDowntown, Cole CenterENGR 499101 1900CEUs: 3.5     $1,650 For more information call 216-687-2144 or visit www.csuohio.edu/ce/catalog/green.html

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