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BPI Building Analyst
First Step Towards Becoming an Energy Auditor
Credit Hours: 32
Format: Live Classroom
Professional Certificate: BPI Building Analyst
Recommended for: Students looking to become a certified BPI Energy Auditor
The Building Analyst Certificate Program allows new professionals to take a third-party verified, well rounded program to cover the skill set they will need professionally. This course is designed to provide building professionals with the knowledge necessary to identify how a home is currently performing on a scientific level. Professionals will be able to diagnose the structure by evaluating its efficiency, health, safety, and durability for the future. This proprietary curricula has been developed by leading subject matter experts and goes through rigorous independent review by top employers and leaders in the building science industry. This program does include the testing fees for BPI Certification.
What Will You Gain?
NITE's 32 hour introductory course is the first step to becoming a BPI certified professional energy auditor. Our training incorporates Building Performance Institute's (BPI) standards. You will leave recognizing that all systems are interconnected, from gas and electric appliances to heating and cooling systems, to the building envelope (foundation, windows, doors, walls and roof). You will gain knowledge and hands-on experience with diagnostic equipment, including blower doors and duct blasters, as well as the best practices for performing a comprehensive home energy assessment. After this training program, participants will be able to provide homeowners with an overview of their energy consumption and opportunities to save energy and money.
Live Classroom Description
Take this training with interested peers at one of our locations. This BPI energy auditor training program is broken down into modules that will help guide the students along their path of completion. Our instructors make sure that all students are progressing along requiring student involvement every step of the way. Classes begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 5:30 p.m..
Why Become a BPI Building Analyst?
Many utilities and incentive programs around the country require BPI’s building analyst certification because of its coverage of safety and the dangers of energy auditing, the fundamentals of building science, and conducting basic energy audits. BPI certification shows quality to you and your company, which leads to new business and quality assurance to your customers.
32 Hours of Live Training