BPI is a national standards development organization for residential energy efficiency and weatherization retrofit work. BPI is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as an approved developer of American National Standards. BPI credentials are recognized across the country, your certification is portable, allowing you to work throughout your state or the nation.
This course will give you a complete understanding of the “Home as a System”
approach and learn various types of systems within a home, their components
and functions they have and how they are dependent on each other.
This course teaches you to go beyond an energy audit to perform comprehensive,
whole-home assessments, identify problems at the root cause and prescribe and
prioritize solutions based on building science.
This course will give you an understanding of the assorted types of systems within
a home, their components and functions and how they work together. Know the
process of completing a BPI energy audit to Building Analyst Standards.
This training will give you the knowledge to perform a whole house energy audit.
Learn the relationship between all the systems in the house and the effects on
health, safety, comfort and efficiency.
This certification gives you an understanding of various heating systems. It helps
pinpoint the root cause of heating system problems, shows recommendations on
how to correct issues that have a big impact on an energy retrofit.
Government incentives are beginning to spotlight on multifamily buildings as a
major opportunity for energy savings. This training teaches the standards and
practices for energy auditing large housing complexes with multiple family units.
Building Science demonstrates how various components of the home interact to
affect the home’s overall performance. Learn how all the systems affect the comfort,
health and safety of the occupants and the durability of the home.
This class will give you a complete understanding of the various types of systems
within a home, their components and functions. You will learn how to conduct safety
and performance tests to assess system condition and compile a report outlining
This course teaches the proper testing procedures and assessment of duct systems.
You will explore the fundamentals of air movement and identify the drivers and
sources of air leaks.
This refresher course will review current combustion Appliance Zone Testing for
safety and efficiency so the systems meet the current standards of BPI. In our
state-of-the-art heating lab, you can learn basic diagnostics for any type of unit.
This course will provide the skills required to work in the field as a Home Energy
Score Qualified Assessor. You will have a fundamental understanding of energy
principles, the Home Energy Score Program and the Home Energy Score Software.
This course will outline the provisions for working in confined spaces. These provisions
entail preventing unauthorized entries, identifying and evaluating hazards, establishing procedures for safe permit space entry and establish rescue and emergency procedures.