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BPI Building Analyst and Envelope Professional Combo Class
Prepare & Take both BPI Energy Auditor Exams
Credit Hours: 36 hours in 5 days
Professional Certificate: BPI Building Analyst & BPI Envelope Professional
Recommended for: Individuals wanting to become certified BPI energy auditors
This training boasts the best value for energy efficiency professionals. This program combines our BPI Building Analyst program with our BPI Envelope Professional program. This training program provides classroom and hands-on training that will prepare you to conquer the BPI exams.
What will you gain?
Students will gain a comprehensive knowledge of building science principles while learning the proper techniques for conducting a whole-house energy efficiency audit. The class teaches students how to identify areas within a home that need improvement through an extensive home performance analysis. The course includes hands-on experience with combustion safety, a duct blaster testing, and blower door testing. Upon successful completion, students will be able to assess the energy performance of a home and provide homeowners with a comprehensive report of possible solutions to reduce their energy use.
-Learn from industry experts
-16 hour classroom training + 12 hour field training followed by written and field exams for both the BPI Building Analyst & the BPI Envelope Professional certifications in a 5 day bootcamp
-In Person, Hands-On Preparation for BPI Written and Field Exams
-Why take the Building Analyst and Envelope Professional Program?
The Building Performance Institute certifies individuals after passing the BPI Building Analyst Professional written and field exams. A company can submit application to become BPI Accredited after hiring an individual with BPI Building Analyst certification and a specialty certification. Envelope Professional certification qualifies as a speciality certification. Since these certifications are so closely related, we recommend this combo training program. Nearly all federal, state and local energy efficiency and weatherization rebate programs are requiring building performance companies working on a project to be BPI Accredited.
BPI training + exams for BPI Building Analyst & Envelope Professional