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BPI Energy Auditor Certification Course

Course Description:

This course prepares students for the BPI Energy Auditor Certification Online and Field Examinations. Students will receive thorough instruction in:

•Building Science principles

•The Mathematics of Energy Auditing

•Health and Safety requirements

•BPI Energy Auditor Technical Standards

•Applicable NREL Standard Work Specifications (SWS)

•Documentation requirements associated with the Energy Auditor JTA

•Relevant project/programmatic requirements and documentation

•Diagnostic equipment usage and results interpretation

•Ventilation system flow-rate testing procedures and results interpretation

•Combustion Appliance Zone (CAZ) safety diagnostics and Worst-Case Depressurization (WCD) testing procedures, results interpretation, and action levels

•HVAC systems diagnostics testing and results interpretation

•Blower door testing procedures and results interpretation

•Duct leakage testing procedures and results interpretation

•Zonal and duct pressure differential testing and results interpretation

•Energy modeling software data entry and results interpretation

•Work scope development

Total Classroom Instruction/Exams Hours: 32

Total Field Instruction/Exams Hours: 16

Instructor(s): Caleb Copeland-Cook / Jacob Delaloye


8:30 am – 5:00 pm daily (30-minute lunch each day)

Monday-Thursday – Classroom Training

Friday – Review and Written Exams

Saturday – Field Training

Sunday – Field Exams

Attending this course qualifies BPI Certified Professionals for 16 BPI CEUs.

Course schedule is subject to change based on student needs and the time required for exams.

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