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Monday, February 28, 2011
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

BPI Multifamily Building Analyst Certification

$2, 095 (includes handouts, refreshments & exam fee). Discounts do not apply.Registration Deadline: February 10, 2011For registration information, please visit: http://www.csuohio.edu/ce/about/register.htmlOr call 216-687-2144You have mastered analyzing single-family homes; you have reviewed hundreds of small family residences; you no longer feel a challenge from simple floor plans? Then Multifamily Building Analyst is right for you. This course prepares you to analyze large housing complexes with multiple family units. This course will cover boiler system analysis, whole building envelope analysis, audit software and audit reporting, and energy end-use allocation. This valuable training program prepares you to take the exam for the advanced level certification offered by BPI and can bring you new business for years to come. Using your upgraded building science knowledge you will not only help building owners to solve heating, cooling and air leakage problems that are driving high energy costs, but you will also provide them with a more comfortable, safe and durable building. Using this certification along with your Building Analyst certification you can get your company accredited and gain access to multiple federal and state incentives.Prerequisites: Students must have had Building Analyst training and certification to take this class. We also strongly recommend acquiring experience in the field in addition to Building Analyst training prior to taking this course.Who Should Attend: Building Analysts, envelope professionals, heating professionals, HERS raters, home inspectors, HVAC professionals, insulation professionals, general contractors, commercial contractors, engineers, and architects.Topics Covered: Overview of multifamily audit process, data collection & data management, building envelope, ventilation & building air flow, heating and hot water systems, cooling systems, energy end use allocation, electrical systems and metering schemes, building energy modeling, energy measure analysis, combined heat and power (CHP), audit reporting, energy modeling, blueprint evaluation, moisture analysis, HVAC system analysis, CAZ testing.Course Highlights:? CleanEdison customized curriculum and workbook? In class training as preparation for the written exam? In the field training as preparation for the field exam? BPI Multifamily proctored written exam and written exam fee? BPI Multifamily proctored field exam and field exam fee$2, 095 (includes handouts, refreshments & exam fee). Discounts do not apply.Registration Deadline: February 10, 2011For registration information, please visit: http://www.csuohio.edu/ce/about/register.htmlOr call 216-687-2144You have mastered analyzing single-family homes; you have reviewed hundreds of small family residences; you no longer feel a challenge from simple floor plans? Then Multifamily Building Analyst is right for you. This course prepares you to analyze large housing complexes with multiple family units. This course will cover boiler system analysis, whole building envelope analysis, audit software and audit reporting, and energy end-use allocation. This valuable training program prepares you to take the exam for the advanced level certification offered by BPI and can bring you new business for years to come. Using your upgraded building science knowledge you will not only help building owners to solve heating, cooling and air leakage problems that are driving high energy costs, but you will also provide them with a more comfortable, safe and durable building. Using this certification along with your Building Analyst certification you can get your company accredited and gain access to multiple federal and state incentives.Prerequisites: Students must have had Building Analyst training and certification to take this class. We also strongly recommend acquiring experience in the field in addition to Building Analyst training prior to taking this course.Who Should Attend: Building Analysts, envelope professionals, heating professionals, HERS raters, home inspectors, HVAC professionals, insulation professionals, general contractors, commercial contractors, engineers, and architects.Topics Covered: Overview of multifamily audit process, data collection & data management, building envelope, ventilation & building air flow, heating and hot water systems, cooling systems, energy end use allocation, electrical systems and metering schemes, building energy modeling, energy measure analysis, combined heat and power (CHP), audit reporting, energy modeling, blueprint evaluation, moisture analysis, HVAC system analysis, CAZ testing.Course Highlights:? CleanEdison customized curriculum and workbook? In class training as preparation for the written exam? In the field training as preparation for the field exam? BPI Multifamily proctored written exam and written exam fee? BPI Multifamily proctored field exam and field exam fee

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